RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Litigation

A collection of news and information related to Litigation published by this site and its partners.

Top Litigation Articles

Displaying items 37-48
  • Howard Police terminate officer suing department for discrimination

    Howard Police terminate officer suing department for discrimination
    The black female Howard County Police officer suing the department in United States District Court for racial discrimination was fired last week, approximately one week after her attorney filed an amended complaint against the department, according to her...
  • Rand Paul seeking plaintiffs, funds for suit against NSA

    Sen. Rand Paul is recruiting plaintiffs – and seeking donations – for a class-action lawsuit against the National Security Agency. “Dear Patriot,” the Kentucky Republican wrote Thursday in an e-mail to supporters. “I’...
  • Caesars breaks ground on Russell Street casino, plans opening next year

    Caesars breaks ground on Russell Street casino, plans opening next year
    Despite pending legal challenges, the developers of Baltimore’s casino formally began construction Wednesday on the planned $400 million gambling complex near the two stadiums. Chad Barnhill, general manager of the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore,...
  • Morgan lawyers ask judge to dismiss Kinyua beating suit

    Morgan lawyers ask judge to dismiss Kinyua beating suit
    Lawyers for Morgan State University have asked a judge to dismiss a case filed by a student beaten by Alexander Kinyua, who was later accused in a separate case of killing a family friend and eating his organs. Joshua Ceasar was attacked by Kinyua...
  • Balto. Co. disability settlements total more than $1 million

    Balto. Co. disability settlements total more than $1 million
    Baltimore County's recent settlements with two firefighters and a police officer who alleged the county violated federal disability law will cost taxpayers more than $1 million — more than county officials had previously revealed. The three...
  • Katherine L. Vaughns

    Katherine L. Vaughns
    Katherine L. Vaughns, a University of Maryland School of Law professor and secretary of the Center Stage board who immersed herself in the arts community, died of pancreatic cancer May 4 at a Sinai Hospital hospice unit. The Bolton Hill resident was 68....
  • Annapolis accused of discrimination in Police Department

    Annapolis accused of discrimination in Police Department
    Four former and current African-American Annapolis police officers have filed a federal racial-discrimination lawsuit against the city, claiming that they were unfairly treated, subjected to harassment, wrongly turned down for promotions and, for two of...
  • Delegate urges Carroll residents to oppose rain tax, gun control measures

    Carroll County residents can expect to see the county's proposed "rain tax" structure within the next month-and-a-half, but Del. Justin Ready urged residents to support their local officials as they fight the new fee and regulations from the Firearm...
  • Pikesville attorney sued following murder-for-hire-plot

    Pikesville attorney sued following murder-for-hire-plot
    The family of Baltimore murder victim Isiah Callaway sued his former lawyer this week, saying he told a co-defendant of Callaway's that federal authorities wanted to speak to his client — information that the family says got him killed....
  • Judges sue Social Security over 'quotas' on disability decisions

    Judges sue Social Security over 'quotas' on disability decisions
    Administrative law judges who evaluate disability claims for the Social Security Administration want a federal court to ease a workload that they say makes errors more likely — the latest in a series of challenges confronting the Woodlawn-based...
  • Patients settle stent claims against Midei, St. Joseph

    Patients settle stent claims against Midei, St. Joseph
    Nearly 250 of the patients who accused cardiologist Dr. Mark Midei of performing unnecessary stent procedures at St. Joseph Medical Center settled their lawsuits against him Thursday, a major step forward in one of the largest medical malpractice cases in...
  • Federal lawsuit alleges kickbacks at Northrop real estate firm

    Federal lawsuit alleges kickbacks at Northrop real estate firm
    A Howard County couple is suing one of the largest residential real estate brokerages in the state and a Columbia title company for more than $11 million, alleging that the firms had financial ties that violated federal law. The case is a proposed class...