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Court: Navy not liable for N.J. sailor killed in ‘07

NEWARK, N.J. — A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the government doesn’t have to pay the family of a New Jersey sailor killed in a training exercise, even though a lower court found the Navy 80 percent responsible for ...

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Opinions – Maryland Court of Special Appeals: 5/2/11

Commercial Law Credit Services Business Act BOTTOM LINE: Company in the business of income tax return preparation which arranged a refund anticipation loan for a client from a third party lender was not a “credit services business” subject to the ...

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Week in review: 4/22/11

Baltimore, state mourn Schaefer William Donald Schaefer, Baltimore’s former mayor and Maryland’s former governor and comptroller, died Monday at 89. He will lie in repose Monday at the State House in Annapolis and Tuesday at Baltimore City Hall. His funeral will ...

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Bengies’ light-pollution lawsuit survives challenge by Royal Farms

The Bengies Drive-In Theatre can proceed with its light-pollution lawsuit against a neighboring Royal Farms store, a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has ruled. Judge Robert E. Cahill dismissed a trespass count from the lawsuit but permitted negligence and private ...

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Suit seeks $2M for man’s death at Baltimore behavioral center

The family and estate of a man killed by a fellow patient last March at Baltimore Behavioral Health Systems Inc. have filed a $2 million lawsuit against the facility, claiming it allowed the assailant to return without adequate security after ...

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State sues feds over 2008 medevac crash

The state has filed suit against the federal government alleging air traffic controller negligence contributed to a fatal Maryland State Police medevac helicopter crash on a foggy night in September 2008. The complaint, which comes a month after the lone ...

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