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Dose of Bitter Medicine

The former head of one of the largest departments at the University of Maryland School of Medicine lost another legal battle yesterday in his efforts to recover damages from the school for removing him from his leadership position.The state’s intermediate ...

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Girl: Was Abused Six Times

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Psychologist: Girl Fearful of Abuser

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Angeletti Takes Himself Out

[IMGCAP(1)]The retired judge assigned to help minimize the massive asbestos mini-trial docket has taken himself off the case —- a move that created rumblings in the legal community in Baltimore.Baltimore City Circuit Senior Judge Edward J. Angeletti, who was offered ...

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Former Tire Co. Workers Get Second Chance

Sixty-six former Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. workers get a second chance to sue their employer over allegations that exposure to toxic chemicals at the company’s Western Maryland plant caused health problems.The workers should have been given a limited chance to conduct ...

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Amicable Agreement

The National Federation of the Blind dropped its federal lawsuit against America Online yesterday, after the giant Internet service provider agreed to make its service and content accessible to the blind.The Baltimore-based organization filed suit in federal court in Boston, ...

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