An entertainment company that was passed over for a contract to operate Baltimore’s Pier Six Pavilion is filing a formal protest. AEG Live Mid-Atlantic filed the protest Monday with the city Board of Estimates. The Baltimore Development Corp. announced ...Read More »
It all started with a $100 offer to end the case. And now a man suing Live Nation Entertainment for surcharges he claimed were illegal under the Baltimore City Code is asking for the case be sent back to Baltimore City Circuit Court, while the ticketing agency wants the case dismissed.Read More »
Attorneys for the plaintiffs still plan to seek damages from Live Nation Entertainment Inc. for extra charges on past ticket sales, even though the Court of Appeals suggested Friday that such a recovery would be limited.Read More »
Live Nation does not need a separate license from Baltimore City to sell tickets at the Lyric, but it still cannot charge more than the established price for those tickets, the Court of Appeals has decided.Read More »
A tip-pooling case involving a South Baltimore tavern owner has settled, and the city takes steps to prevent more misconduct in its police department. Those stories and more in this week’s legal affairs top 5. 1. Baltimore tavern owner settles ...
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