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AG files criminal charges against St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum developer

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed criminal charges Monday against a developer who demolished the historic St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum buildings in Baltimore without proper permits and notices. An eight-count criminal information filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court alleges that William ...

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AG files charges against Kushner Cos.-owned property management firm

The real estate company once run by Jared Kushner is facing charges by the state alleging illegal and harmful rental practices. Kushner is President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and a White House adviser. Westminster Management LLC and the 25 companies that ...

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Frosh announces indictments in human trafficking investigation

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh is indicting two individuals charged with human trafficking. Valdez Lawrence, of Baltimore, and Mary Carr, of Dundalk, allegedly forced women to engage in sexual acts for money in Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard counties ...

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Md. files charges against Purdue Pharma owners for opioid epidemic

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh filed an administrative action against the owners and former directors of Purdue Pharma Thursday, alleging they deceived the public and profited from a campaign to increase the prescription and use of their opioids, including ...

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Judge dismisses Maryland’s lawsuit claiming nonenforcement of ACA

A federal judge Friday dismissed Maryland’s lawsuit seeking to have the Affordable Care Act declared constitutional and enforceable because the state currently lacks standing, but she left the door open for the lawsuit to be filed again later. U.S. District ...

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Md. AG reaches settlement with LPL Financial

The Maryland Attorney General’s office has reached a settlement with LPL Financial LLC, requiring the firm to repurchase certain securities and pay civil penalties, the office announced Thursday. The settlement stems from a multistate investigation into LPL’s failure to establish ...

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