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Tag Archives: Verdicts and Settlements

Pediatrician found not liable in death of Prince George’s newborn (access required)

A Prince George’s County jury has found a pediatrician was not liable for the death of an infant, determining she complied with the standard of care when she examined him days before his death. The parents of Momodo Bundu, who ...

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Baltimore Co. jury awards $450K in wrongful-death case against doctor (access required)

A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury has awarded more than $450,000 to the family of a man who died from metastatic lung cancer after his primary care physician did not follow-up on lung scans showing an abnormality. Carl Palmer, a ...

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Federal jury returns $1.2M verdict against Baltimore Co. firm in copyright case (access required)

A federal jury returned a $1.2 million verdict last week against a Glen Arm-based company that used a competitor’s copyrighted photographs in its marketing materials without permission. The photographs used by Exterior Design Inc. were taken by Frances White, president of Under ...

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Frederick Co. jury awards $17M in fatal helicopter crash (access required)

A Frederick County jury awarded approximately $17 million Tuesday to the families of two helicopter pilots killed in a crash near the Frederick Municipal Airport in 2014. Jurors, following three days of deliberation and a two-week trial, awarded approximately $12 ...

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Fla. health services company settles Md. whistleblower action (access required)

A Florida-based health services contractor has settled a federal whistleblower lawsuit that alleged the company double-charged the U.S. government for medical examinations of IRS criminal investigators. Comprehensive Health Services Inc. contracted with the IRS in 2009 to examine and evaluate ...

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Bethesda firm settles debt-collection lawsuit for $105K (access required)

A Bethesda debt-collection law firm will pay $105,000 in total statutory damages to approximately 400 Marylanders as a part of a class-action settlement for violations of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. U.S. District Judge Ellen L. Hollander granted preliminary approval ...

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