A land use lawsuit filed by the family of a Johns Hopkins University donor will be the subject of a July 6 hearing in Montgomery County Circuit Court before Judge Ronald B. Rubin. The suit alleges Hopkins officials breached an ...Read More »
The Johns Hopkins University has lost an attempt to dismiss a lawsuit in Montgomery County Circuit Court that charges it misused land rights at a historic farm where a 4.7 million-square-foot biotech park is planned. Judge Katherine D. Savage issued ...Read More »
A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge Wednesday heard arguments by the Johns Hopkins University to dismiss a lawsuit over land rights for the site of a planned 4.7-million-square-foot biotech park as part of the Great Seneca Science Corridor. After two ...Read More »
The Johns Hopkins University has filed to dismiss a lawsuit that contends its plans to build a massive life sciences complex in Montgomery County violate the original development agreement made in 1989 with the elderly woman who sold the land ...Read More »
Since we have an abbreviated week, we’ve also got an abbreviated top 5 (we’re calling it a “top 3”). Units at the Ritz-Carlton Residences are selling, and the Maryland Transit Administration isn’t saying who’s getting the bid for two MARC ...
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The family of a major donor to the Johns Hopkins University has filed suit against the institution in Montgomery County Circuit Court claiming that Hopkins’ plans for a massive life sciences complex as part of the Great Seneca Science Corridor ...Read More »