The family of one of five Baltimore men killed in a southern Illinois van crash in August is suing the church that organized the cross-country trip.
A District of Columbia couple is suing British Airways after they say the airline ruined their vacation by booking them tickets to the Caribbean Island of Grenada instead of Granada, Spain.
The family of Tyrone West files a wrongful death lawsuit against the Baltimore City Police Department.
A jury has rejected the race and sex discrimination allegations of a former D.C. police commander who filed a lawsuit against the city.
Montgomery County has paid just under $375,000 in attorneys’ fees and court costs to a group that brought a lawsuit challenging a county ordinance that affected anti-abortion pregnancy counseling centers.
The attorney general’s office says Maryland has reached a settlement with the developer of the mobile app Snapchat in which the company agreed not to deceive consumers about “disappearing’ messages.
A Carroll County judge is dismissing a lawsuit filed by a children’s swimming school chain against the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
There is a settlement in a civil lawsuit alleging groundwater pollution from a Frederick County gas station.
Cross controversy. A lawsuit is filed over a war memorial in Prince George’s County. Some argue it honors the lives of service members lost. Others say it’s a religious symbol that shouldn’t sit on state land.
Lawyer Bill Sinclair talks about the lawsuit being filed against the NFL for use of painkillers.
Damaging allegations against the NFL. Nearly 600 retired players filed suit, accusing the league of plying them with painkillers instead of treating their injuries–leading to long-term damage and even drug addiction. The lawsuit involves former players from every team, including the Baltimore Ravens.
The president of the Charles County Commission claims in a lawsuit that the county’s chief prosecutor defamed her by saying she was the target of a “criminal investigation” even though he knew she had not violated the law.