Federal prosecutors say a medical device manufacturer has agreed to pay the U.S. $13.5 million over allegations of false claims for the company’s devices.
A lawyer who said she was fired by the former Board of County Commissioners for political retribution is now back on staff.
Baltimore City agrees to pay tens of thousands of dollars to the family of a man shot and killed by police in 2012.
A company hired to demolish an old steel mill in Baltimore and the mill’s former owner will undertake $3 million in new environmental projects for the site.
Ray Rice’s legal battle with the Ravens has reportedly come to a close.
According to our media partner, the Baltimore Sun, CSX has reached a settlement with the families of two teens killed in a CSX coal train derailment in 2012.
The Montgomery County Education Association has reached a settlement with Attorney General Doug Gansler’s former campaign for governor over the use of campaign literature that resembled the union’s apple-shaped ballot.
A jury has awarded more than $3.8 million to two Baltimore women who suffered permanent brain damage after being exposed to lead paint as babies.
The opposing parties in a Maryland public prayer lawsuit say their attempt to negotiate a settlement has failed.
A federal administrative law judge in Baltimore has given preliminary approval to a $6.6 million settlement for more than 570 current and former Social Security Administration employees with disabilities.
A Baltimore City woman who suffered permanent brain damage after being exposed to lead paint as a child is awarded a major settlement.
A Baltimore judge is weighing what percentage of a $190 million settlement to earmark for lawyers representing more than 8,000 plaintiffs.