Prosecutors told jurors in Baltimore that a Maryland man accused of selling millions of dollars in fraudulent renewable energy credits didn’t produce anything but lies. Rodney Hailey is accused of selling $9.1 million in credits for biodiesel his company didn’t ...Read More »
According to federal prosecutors, Rodney R. Hailey lived a $9.1 million “fairy tale” of expensive cars paid for through his fraudulent sale of bogus renewable energy credits. According to his defense team, Hailey could not have engaged in any grand ...Read More »
Neighboring business owners and preservationists have lost their bid to protect historic buildings in Baltimore’s Superblock redevelopment area. The Court of Appeals said Friday that the group cannot sue to enforce an agreement between the city and the Maryland Historical ...
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Orioles general counsel H. Russell Smouse remembers when he became a fan. He was listening to the first-ever Baltimore Orioles game on the radio in 1954 in his dorm room at Princeton University. Smouse was a junior in college and ...Read More »
The Asian and international market Lotte Plaza will soon help launch a multi-million dollar renovation of a former Toys R Us store in the One Mile West Shopping Center in Catonsville. The result will be a new 46,000-square-foot Lotte Plaza ...
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Five years after it was launched, the capital fundraising campaign at the University of Baltimore not only hit its $40 million goal, but exceeded it by another $5 million. The campaign, called “Uniquely UB: The Campaign for the University of ...Read More »
Jury deliberations in an Anne Arundel County capital murder case and a pioneering change in Maryland corporate law are among the most-read legal affairs stories of the week. The list also includes to titans of the Baltimore legal scene teaming ...Read More »
Grand Prix deal gets OK Baltimore’s Board of Estimates voted 3-2 Wednesday to approve a contract with Downforce Racing LLC for the right to run the Baltimore Grand Prix for the next five years. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, City Solicitor George A. ...
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Two renowned Baltimore plaintiffs’ attorneys have filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook Inc., claiming that the world’s most popular social networking website has violated federal and California laws designed to protect the privacy of consumers. William H. “Billy” Murphy Jr. ...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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