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Court of Special Appeals asked to vacate opinion on Exxon Mobil damages (access required)

The Court of Special Appeals should vacate its decision striking down a significant portion of the $150 million in damages awarded to 88 Jacksonville households from Exxon Mobil Corp., according to a motion filed by the plaintiffs’ lawyers. The reason, ...

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Weinberg, Rose join Miles & Stockbridge (access required)

Rand D. Weinberg and Paul D. Rose Jr. have joined Miles & Stockbridge PC as of counsel and counsel, respectively. Weinberg primarily focuses on real estate law with an emphasis on planning and zoning, development, acquisitions and other transactions, contracts and ...

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25th Street Station’s foes lose on appeal (access required)

Several community activists who oppose the creation of a Walmart-centered development in Remington have lost another round in court. Benn Ray, Brendan Coyne, Douglas M. Armstrong and Allen W. Hicks cannot sue over plans for the 25th Street Station project, ...

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Woman takes Honda to small-claims court, wins big

LOS ANGELES — A Southern California woman took Honda to small-claims court and won in a big way. Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner Douglas Carnahan ruled Wednesday that the automaker misled Heather Peters about the potential fuel economy of her ...

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Lead-paint verdict against HABC overturned on appeal (access required)

The $2.5 million lead-paint verdict that spurred a move to seize and auction vehicles owned by the Housing Authority of Baltimore City was reversed on appeal Thursday afternoon. The Court of Special Appeals said the case should never have gone ...

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Court OKs immunity for telecoms in wiretap case

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal appeals court has ruled as constitutional a law giving telecommunications companies legal immunity for helping the government with its email and telephone eavesdropping program. Thursday’s unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. ...

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