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Bethesda software firm may seek trade secrets damages, 4th Circuit says

A federal appeals court Wednesday revived a Bethesda-based software company’s bid to receive compensation from a former product development director who misappropriated trade secrets and breached his employment contract by retaining documents after leaving the firm. In its published decision, ...

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Gas station contractor sues Royal Farms for alleged contract breaches

A service station contractor is suing Royal Farms for allegedly breaching a contract to construct two new car washes and failing to pay for past installation and maintenance work. The lawsuit by Bel Air-based contractor Maryland Pump & Tank Inc. ...

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Incinerator facility sues Baltimore Co. for breach of contract

Baltimore County is facing a breach of contract lawsuit filed by a major waste disposal provider, an incinerator in the city, after negotiations over decreasing delivery volume allegedly broke down. Wheelabrator Baltimore L.P. filed suit in Baltimore County Circuit Court Thursday, alleging ...

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Former Baltimore city teacher claims whistleblower status, challenges termination

A veteran Baltimore City Public Schools teacher has suing the school board for allegedly transferring him and then terminating his position in retaliation for his complaints about policy violations and school conditions. Scott Miller-Phoenix, who was hired as a teacher ...

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Fishing tournament wins battle to disqualify angler, withhold $2.8M prize

The Florida resident initially declared the winner of last year’s White Marlin Open and subsequently disqualified is not entitled to $2.8 million in prize money, a federal judge ruled Wednesday. Phillip Heasley initially won the annual Ocean City-based competition in August but ...

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Trial over Silver Spring transit center construction begins

ROCKVILLE – Montgomery County did everything it should have in hiring a trusted engineer and general contractor to design and build the Silver Spring transit center, but negligence and misrepresentations delayed the opening for years and led to millions of ...

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