With The Daily Record closed Thursday and Friday, this week’s Top 5 has been modified by two. Among the top stories this week was Under Armour’s latest trademark infringement lawsuit and Gov. Martin O’Malley weighing in against the University of ...Read More »
The family of a 25-year-old woman who died of lung cancer winning in a Frederick County trial and how one man’s battle against his cooperative association over secondhand smoke might become an issue before the General Assembly are among the ...Read More »
More troubles for the organizer of the Baltimore Grand Prix, another round of terminal shuffling at BWI and a drop in casino revenue were among the most-read business stories of the week. Baltimore’s newest hotel and a contentious hearing over ...
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The names of candidates recommended to become the newest judge on the state’s highest court were revealed in the most-read law story of the week. The Court of Appeals was also in the news for disbarring three lawyers in five ...Read More »
The University of Baltimore School of Law received more funding from the university, while a title attorney received an immediate disbarment from the Court of Appeals. The Top 5 law stories of the week also includes advice on how to ...Read More »
Two multimillion-dollar lawsuits filed in Baltimore City are among the most-read legal affairs stories this week. One lawsuit alleges police misconduct, the other filed in response to a boy being attacked by the pit bull. But the top stories of ...
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Decisions from the Court of Appeals dominate the most-read law stories of the week. The state’s highest court overturned two shooting convictions while upholding a death sentence. It also held the state’s constitution prohibits active judges from being age 70 ...Read More »
Judicial applicants and guilty pleas dominated the most-read legal affairs stories of the week. The names of those applying for seats on the Court of Appeals and Court of Special Appeals were announced, while a former bank vice president and ...Read More »
The guilty plea of a prominent Baltimore criminal defense attorney was the most-read law story of the week. A lawsuit filed by the ACLU against Baltimore City police, a power outage in city circuit court and the start of the ...Read More »
The resignation of Phillip J. Closius as dean of the University of Baltimore School of Law and subsequent fallout dominated The Daily Record’s law stories for the week. But stories about an untimely closure of a new courthouse in Rockville ...
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