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Author Archives: Danielle Ulman

Maryland TV producer HBCU settles dispute with CBS

A local television producer that broadcasts football games played by historically black colleges has settled its lawsuit against a California-based sports marketing firm, its broker and CBS College Sports Network. The defendants allegedly failed to pay the producer according to ...

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Md. firms find ways to save money, but stop short of virtual mock trials

Cuts in litigation budgets have forced jury consultants to find creative ways to shave costs to keep their law firm clients happy. Law firms have turned to do-it-yourself methods, or cut back on mock-jurors’ hours, to slim down bills. Others ...

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Former Pizza Boli’s franchisee enjoined

A federal judge in Baltimore has granted in part a motion for a preliminary injunction against a former Pizza Boli’s franchisee in Washington, D.C., prohibiting him from using the company’s trademarks and operating the franchise restaurant. Baltimore-based franchisor Prosperity Systems ...

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Court of Special Appeals reverses judgment against homebuilder

Maryland’s intermediate appellate court has reversed a lower court’s ruling that would have sent a homebuilder to jail for 12 years, because a statute requiring buyers’ money to be held in escrow accounts did not apply to his case. In ...

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Carroll County developer owes seller $524K

A Florida couple has won a $524,000 verdict in federal court in Baltimore for restrictive easements that were improperly placed on their Carroll County property, which interfered with a planned sale of their remaining land. A U.S. District Court jury ...

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