Why lawyers from another lead-paint firm were closely watching Monday's proceedings
Time once again for "Don't do that," an occasional feature where we spotlight some poor decisions in recent legal news.
An snow day update on some cases we've been following in the U.S. District Court.
The Baltimore City Circuit Court has a new chief judge. Judge Alfred Nance assumed the largely ceremonial position Monday.
NEW YORK — A former Goldman Sachs trader was sentenced to nine months in prison for wire fraud Friday by a Manhattan judge who took sharp aim at both Goldman and the government, questioning why it took them so long to bring the misconduct to light. Matthew Taylor had admitted in a guilty plea this […]
NEW YORK — A judge refused to block a merger between American Airlines and US Airways on Friday, saying a bankruptcy judge correctly rejected arguments made by a lawyer for some consumers. San Francisco attorney Joseph Alioto argued that the deal would harm fliers because it would result in less competition and higher prices. But […]
A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge has sent the county’s stormwater runoff regulations back to the Maryland Department of the Environment for a rewrite.
An exotic dancer who used to perform at a Baltimore night club did so as an employee, not an independent contractor, a federal judge has ruled.
AUSTIN, Texas — A federal judge has determined that new Texas abortion restrictions violate the U.S. Constitution, a ruling that keeps open — at least for now — dozens of abortion clinics that were set to halt operations Tuesday had the law taken effect. In a decision released Monday that the state is certain to […]
Stephen H. Sacks was discussing his motion to revise a pretrial order in his lawsuit over his apartment lease, scheduled for trial Tuesday morning, when a courier entered the courtroom and handed Sacks a blue-and-red striped box.
A Baltimore family lost its $10 million wrongful-death lawsuit against the makers of the diabetes drug Actos, despite the jury’s finding that the pharmaceutical company negligently failed to warn doctors that the drug could also cause bladder cancer.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — A Pennsylvania judge on Thursday ordered a suburban Philadelphia clerk to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Commonwealth Court Judge Dan Pellegrini said Montgomery County Register of Wills D. Bruce Hanes did not have the power to decide on his own whether Pennsylvania’s same-sex marriage ban violates the state constitution. “Unless […]