The Seventh-day Adventist Church is proposing shutting down a Hagerstown printing plant that employs 110 workers.Read More »
One lawyer was sanctioned by a federal judge and another was disbarred by the Court of Appeals, which also held an accounting error was worth $73 million to the state retirement system. Here are the Top 5 law stories of ...Read More »
Borders to close as markets shift The closure of all 399 Borders bookstores nationwide, including 18 in Maryland, not only dramatically illustrates changes in the highly competitive publication industry, experts said this week, but also reveals the delicate relationship between large ...
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A Seventh-day Adventist group has filed a federal lawsuit against Prince George’s County for thwarting the congregation’s plans to move forward once again with building a church on its property. Reaching Hearts International Inc. has tangled with the county for ...Read More »
Almost three years after Reaching Hearts International Inc. won a $3.7 million jury verdict against Prince George’s County for religious discrimination, the Seventh-day Adventist group scored another victory last week when it was awarded nearly $900,000 in attorneys’ fees and ...Read More »