Metro has agreed to settle a lawsuit against its insurance broker that stemmed from the 2009 red line crash that killed nine people.
Baltimore officials have approved a nearly $100,000 settlement ending a lawsuit over Inner Harbor demonstrations.
Attorneys representing historically black colleges said Tuesday they hope Maryland will embrace mediation to create high-demand academic programs at the schools, now that a federal judge has ruled the state is violating desegregation law by perpetuating the duplication of programs at predominantly white colleges.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against the U.S. Naval Academy superintendent, asking him to recuse himself from a sexual assault case involving three Midshipmen. But a judge ruled not to interfere.
The state of Maryland fired back Monday at gun advocates seeking to block a new law creating some of the nation’s toughest firearm restrictions, arguing a lawsuit filed last week came too late and lacks merit.
A federal judge in Baltimore will hear a challenge to Maryland’s new gun-control law Tuesday, the same day the measure containing some of the nation’s tightest firearm restrictions is scheduled to take effect.
Attorneys for a midshipman at the center of a sexual assault case against three ex-Navy football players have asked in a federal lawsuit filed Thursday that the Naval Academy’s superintendent not be involved in the decision of whether the men will be court-martialed.
A developer is suing the city of Baltimore for at least $50 million in an effort to block officials from entertaining new bids for a redevelopment project.
The NFL will lay out three-quarter of a billion dollars to settle with thousands of former football players over concussion-related injuries.
A federal appeals court is allowing the developer of a Gambrills shopping center to pursue its $25 million lawsuit against a labor union for using alleged “sham litigation” to attempt to keep the supermarket chain Wegmans out of a shopping center.
A federal judge has ruled that Perdue Farms and an Eastern Shore contract grower will not be able to recoup $3 million in legal fees after successfully defending themselves against a poultry pollution suit.
The parents of a Frostburg State University football player who died after a second concussion accused coaches at the Maryland school of conducting “gladiatorial” high-speed drills that caused players to suffer repeated blows to the head.