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Md. high court overturns $2 million verdict in fire suit (access required)

A construction contractor cannot be compelled to pay its share of the responsibility for the extensive fire damage caused to a building project after the developer had agreed to absolve the contractor of future liability, Maryland’s top court has ruled. ...

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Md. top court: Development accords need not provide ‘enhanced benefits’ (access required)

In a victory for developers over environmentalists, Maryland’s top court has unanimously held that county-approved property-development agreements need not contain provisions ensuring enhanced benefits for the community, such as new schools or better roads. Nothing in Maryland law or in ...

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Baltimore seeks proposals for former Superblock properties (access required)

Baltimore is looking for new proposals to develop properties that were once part of the long-delayed Superblock project. The Baltimore Development Corp., on behalf of the city, Monday released a request for proposals to purchase and redevelop 27 city-owned properties ...

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Gambling work group waiting for study (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — The fate of Maryland’s gambling industry appears to rest with a soon-to-be completed PricewaterhouseCoopers study, which will examine the viability of building a Prince George’s County casino and adding table games to all slot parlors in the state. ...

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