Lawsuits from the Amtrak train derailment continue to pour into state and federal courts. Those suits aim to hold the company liable for the damages and injuries that occurred when the train flew off the tracks just north of the Philadelphia train station.
A class action lawsuit has been filed claiming the rights of at least 800 people listed on the Maryland Sex Offender Registry have been violated.
Frederick County has settled two wrongful death lawsuits stemming from suicides of county jail inmates.
The University of Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference reach a legal agreement that ends lawsuits between both parties.
Lawyers who used to handle the occasional trust or will dispute are finding themselves in Orphans’ Court more and more these days. For some, what was once a “spinoff” has turned into their main practice area.
Baltimore police say they have transferred all forensic evidence they’ve acquired in the investigation into a gynecologist who secretly recorded patients to the FBI.
Anne Arundel County police say a captain who is the focus of a probe by state prosecutors has been suspended.
This could get ugly, and very litigious.
Baltimore’s housing authority is facing nine court judgments totaling nearly $12 million from lawsuits filed by people exposed to lead paint in the city’s public housing.
On Thursday, 50 people treated at St. Joseph Medical Center filed new lawsuits sparked by a federal investigation that found they may have undergone unnecessary heart surgeries.