For the second consecutive day, the jury– weighing what damages should be awarded to a Maryland businessman for an unnecessary medical procedure– sent out a note saying that it could not come to a unanimous verdict.
New information in the lawsuit filed against banking giant BB&T by more than a dozen current and former NFL stars, including Ray Lewis.
Still no verdict from the jury weighing what damages should be awarded to a Maryland businessman for an unnecessary medical procedure.
Millions of dollars are at stake, and now, it’s all in the hands of a Baltimore County jury. It is the same jury that earlier found Dr. Mark Midei performed an unnecessary stent procedure on Maryland businessman, Glenn Weinberg.
Millions and millions of dollars lost. Ray Lewis is one of more than a dozen former NFL players who filed a massive lawsuit against banking giant BB&T.
Wrongful death. The family of a man who died in the custody of a Baltimore police officers is suing the department.
The popular restaurant chain Hooters is accused of racial discrimination by a former employee in Baltimore. And it all centers around her hair.
Closing arguments are underway in the case against a former cardiologist, once known as the best heart doctor in Baltimore County. It’s a case that dates back four years, involving hundreds of patients receiving unnecessary stents.
Watermen file suit against the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, saying the new rules restricting menhaden catch threaten livelihoods.
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.