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Author Archives: Beth Moszkowicz

Judge limits logo-artist’s suit over ‘Madden NFL’

Frederick E. Bouchat, the security guard whose design was used in the Baltimore Ravens’ original “Flying B” logo, has lost his latest copyright infringement suit against NFL Properties LLC over the use of the logo in Electronics Arts Inc.’s “Madden NFL” video games.

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Adult retail establishment challenges county’s pay-first rule on appeals

An adult retail establishment in Halethorpe is taking aim at Baltimore County’s “pay first” system of challenging civil penalties for code violations. Under the rule, code violators must pay the full amount of assessed civil penalties before the Baltimore County ...

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Foreclosed Md. homeowners sue N.Y. law firm for fraud

Edward Dayhoff Jr. and his wife, Monica Dayhoff, say they were behind on their home mortgage payments when they received an unsolicited phone call from a man who said he worked for an organization that helped homeowners in similar situations, and asked if a law firm could contact them.

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Pool fence lawsuit revived by Court of Special Appeals

In what plaintiffs’ attorneys say is an important victory for child safety, the mother of a Montgomery County toddler who suffered severe brain damage in a near-drowning can sue the owners of her apartment complex for not maintaining the fence around the pool, a state appellate court has held.

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