Maryland, D.C. Attorneys General Suing TrumpThe attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia are planning to file a lawsuit against President Donald Trump.
Man Sues Woman For $17.31 Movie Ticket After Bad DateA man is suing a woman he went on a date with for the price of a movie ticket after he says she texted through the film and left him at the theater.
Scuffle Between Police, College Student Outside Towson Bar Heads To Fed. CourtA lawsuit was filed more than a year after a cell phone recorded a throw-down outside a Towson bar.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit That Wanted Baltimore Primary Election 'Redo'Months after Baltimore’s primary election a judge has dismissed a lawsuit that wanted a "redo."
Officers' Lawsuit Against Mosby Could Have Unprecedented ImpactThe lawsuit that five Baltimore City police officers brought against Marilyn Mosby could have an unprecedented impact on her office.
Baltimore Officers Fight To Keep Lawsuit Against Mosby AliveA showdown in federal court on Thursday over a lawsuit accusing Baltimore City State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby of malicious prosecution.
Lawyers File New Claims In Wrongful Death Suit of Korryn GainesThe family of a woman fatally shot by Baltimore County police is seeking compensatory damages in a new amended filing on Tuesday.
Rejected Medical Marijuana Grower Wants To Join LawsuitA second company that was denied a preliminary license to grow medical marijuana in Maryland is seeking to join a lawsuit.
Stripper Segregation: Feds Say Club Mistreats Black DancersThe federal government is again suing a Mississippi strip club, saying its owner still discriminates against black strippers.
Lesbian State Trooper Alleges Bias In Federal LawsuitA lesbian Maryland State Police trooper is alleging discrimination in a federal lawsuit.
Maryland Joins Suit Against Drug Maker As Overdoses RiseAttorney General Brian E. Frosh filed a multi-jurisdictional lawsuit Thursday accusing the makers of Suboxone of conspiracy to monopolize.
$4.2M Payout After Man with Sore Throat Dies at ClinicThe widow and children of a man who went to a rural Hawaii health center with a sore throat in 2013 and ended up dead will receive a $4.2 million settlement from the federal government.