NEW YORK — Exxon says the energy renaissance in the U.S. will continue and predicts that North America will become a net exporter of oil and gas by the middle of the next decade. The oil and gas giant’s latest ...Read More »
Attorneys for Exxon Mobil Corp. battled counsel for Jacksonville residents for more than three hours Monday at Maryland’s top court over more than $1.6 billion in damages that jurors awarded in two sets of lawsuits following a massive, month-long leak at a gasoline station in 2006.Read More »
Maryland’s top court Monday will hear Exxon Mobil Corp.’s appeals of awards totaling more than $1.5 billion to two sets of Jacksonville residents who sued the oil giant over a massive 2006 gasoline leak, saying it poisoned their water, instilled in them a fear of contracting cancer and reduced the value of their homes to nothing.Read More »
Rehabbed houses give Oliver a lift A group of developers recently banded together to try to restart home ownership initiatives in the long-blighted neighborhood of Oliver on Baltimore’s east side. Operating under the name Come Home Baltimore, the group is ...Read More »
A nine-judge Court of Special Appeals panel has denied a second motion to reconsider its February decision to slash Jacksonville residents’ $150 million verdict against Exxon Mobil. The motion was denied without explanation in a one-sentence unreported opinion filed Monday. The ...Read More »
A nine-judge Court of Special Appeals panel has denied a motion to reconsider its decision to slash Jacksonville residents’ $150 million verdict against Exxon Mobil. Lawyers for the plaintiffs had argued the judges did not reach a seven-judge majority on ...Read More »
A divided Court of Special Appeals has struck down a large part of the $150 million in damages awarded to 88 Jacksonville households in their lawsuits against Exxon Mobil Corp. stemming from a massive 2006 gasoline leak. The court left ...
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What were the biggest news stories of 2011? Race cars zooming around the Inner Harbor? Potential promised (new development in Owings Mills) or potential unrealized (development in East Baltimore, the future of horse racing in Maryland)? Maybe it can be ...
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It was all the Exxon gas leak case this week from The Daily Record’s legal affairs side — at least when it comes to the top stories on our site. Some of those stories and more made it into this ...
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Exxon Mobil Corp. has been hit with $1 billion in punitive damages for a 2006 gasoline leak in rural Baltimore County, sources close to the litigation said. That’s in addition to about $495 million in compensatory damage awards that were ...Read More »