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Tag Archives: attorney’s fees

Top 5: ‘I think it’s outrageous’

Decisions from the Court of Appeals dominate the most-read law stories of the week. The state’s highest court overturned two shooting convictions while upholding a death sentence. It also held the state’s constitution prohibits active judges from being age 70 ...

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Opinions – 9/19/11: U.S. District Court, Maryland

Civil Procedure Attorneys’ fees BOTTOM LINE: Plaintiffs who successfully obtained a declaratory judgment vindicating their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act were entitled to attorneys’ fees related to their successful claims for declaratory relief, pursuant to the statute’s fee-shifting ...

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Attorneys’ fees in FLSA case could put Baltimore bar owner out of business

Pooling tips with bartenders at his two South Baltimore taverns might well put Jason Zink out of business. No, the recession has not made those shared gratuities too few to sustain him, and no, it’s not because the Don’t Know ...

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Lawyer disbarred for client neglect, unearned $1,000 fee

Maryland’s top court has unanimously disbarred an attorney who solicited business from a defendant in a civil suit and did absolutely nothing to represent him, even after collecting a $1,000 fee. Andrew Gregory De La Paz — who had offices ...

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