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JMT to move its headquarters to Hunt Valley

JMT to move its headquarters to Hunt Valley

Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson, a nationally-ranked architectural and engineering firm, will move its headquarters from Sparks to a new building on Wight Avenue in Hunt Valley, Baltimore County officials announced today. The five-story, 130,000-square-foot building will consolidate about 600 Baltimore ...

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Baltimore Co. jury awards family $2M in premature birth lawsuit

A Baltimore County jury has awarded a Woodlawn family $2 million who alleged their OB-GYN's failure to identify their daughter would be born premature led to the girl's cerebral palsy. The award announced Monday for Muhammad and Fatima Abid on behalf of their daughter, Maria, against Dr. Meera A. Rawtani includes $1.5 million in future medical expenses and $350,000 in noneconomic damages, according to one of the plaintiffs' lawyers.

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Baltimore Co. judge rejects MDE permit for proposed natural gas pipeline

Baltimore Co. judge rejects MDE permit for proposed natural gas pipeline

A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has ordered the Maryland Department of the Environment to revise a permit it issued for a 21-mile natural gas pipeline that would run into Harford County. Judge Justin J. King ruled last week it was "impossible" for him to determine whether the permit complies with water quality regulations because it lacks specifics and that MDE did not give enough time for public notice and comment.

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Group claims Balt. Co. picks for judicial nominating commission not diverse enough

Group claims Balt. Co. picks for judicial nominating commission not diverse enough

Gov. Larry Hogan has yet to appoint a judge in any state court, but who might be helping him vet candidates in Baltimore County has raised concerns. The Women's Law Center of Maryland, in a letter written last week, asked the governor to remand nominations for the county's Trial Court Judicial Nominating Commission because all four people are white men.

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CRAIG KEHOE, ET UX. v. LISA ARTHUR

This appeal turns on the scope of the Board’s authority to grant the relief the Kehoes sought, i.e., an order declaring that a reconfiguration of the three parcels and the allocation of the remaining density units to the reconfigured parcels would not exceed the uses allowed in R.C.2 zones.

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