Thousands Of Marylanders Will Receive Relief In $1.85B Settlement With Student Loan Provider Navient, Frosh SaysThousands of Marylanders with student loans will receive financial relief under a multi-state, $1.85 billion settlement with student loan provider Navient, Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh said Thursday.
Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh Announces Multi-Billion Dollar Settlement With Opioid Distributor Johnson & JohnsonMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh announced that Maryland will be a part of two multistate settlements with Johnson and Johnson along with the three largest distributors of opioid medications.
‘Some Measure of Justice’ Baltimore City Pays $525K To Victim Who Says Corrupt GTTF Cops Wrongly Sent Him To Prison, Part of $14 Million In SettlementsThe Baltimore Board of Estimates approved a $525,000 payout related to the Gun Trace Task Force Wednesday.
St. Jude Medical To Pay $27M For Selling Allegedly Defective Heart DevicesSt. Jude Medical will pay $27 million to settle allegations under the False Claims Act that, between November 2014 and October 2016, it knowingly sold defective heart devices to health care facilities that implanted them in patients insured by federal health care programs, according to a statement from the Maryland District of the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Baltimore City & BPD Issues An Apology After A Settlement Was Reached By Harlem Park Neighbors In Lockdown CaseFour residents in Baltimore's Harlem Park neighborhood reached a settlement in a lawsuit filed against the Baltimore City Police Department and former Police Commissioner Kevin Davis.
Board Approves Compensation For Melvin Thomas, Baltimore Man Wrongfully Convicted For Attempted MurderAfter serving 19 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of attempted murder, a man was awarded more than $1.6 million in compensation from the state of Maryland.
Baltimore Board Of Estimates Approves Settlements In Gun Trace Task Force CasesBaltimore's Board of Estimates Wednesday approved settlement agreements in a number of cases tied to the Baltimore Police Department's disgraced Gun Trace Task Force.
Baltimore City Officials Approve $900K Settlement In Det. Sean Suiter Case; Attorney Says City 'Did The Right Thing'Without discussion, Baltimore City’s spending board approved $900,000 in workers' compensation benefits for the family of Detective Sean Suiter.
Maryland, 40 Other States Reach $39.5M Settlement With Anthem Over 2014 Data BreachHealth insurance company Anthem and multiple states, including Maryland, have reached a settlement following a 2014 data breach involving the personal data of nearly 79 million Americans, Attorney General Brian Frosh announced this week.
Nearly 1,100 Former ITT Tech Students In Maryland Will Get Debt Relief Following SettlementNearly 1,100 former ITT Technical Institute students in Maryland will get more than $9.4 million in debt relief following a multi-state settlement, Attorney General Brian Frosh's office said Tuesday.
Honda, 48 States And Territories Reach $85M Settlement Over Takata Airbag RecallMaryland and dozens of other states have reached an $85 million settlement with Honda over allegations the car company concealed safety issues related to faulty airbags.
Apple Customers Can Now Submit Claims As Part Of Settlement Over Slowing Down iPhonesApple customers who purchased certain previous iPhone models can now submit claims for about $25 per phone as part of the company's settlement of a class-action lawsuit that accused it of slowing down older devices.
Legislation Eliminating 'Gag Orders' In Settlements With Baltimore City Takes EffectBaltimore will no longer be allowed to prevent anyone who has won a settlement against the city from sharing the details of the agreement after legislation passed through the city council last year.
State of Maryland Reaches Settlement In Tyrone West Death LawsuitThe State of Maryland appears to have reached a $400,000 settlement in a federal lawsuit in the 2013 death of Baltimore man in police custody.
ACLU Sues City After Victimized Woman Loses Half Of Settlement For CommentsThe ACLU is suing Baltimore City and the City Police Department because they said victims of alleged police abuse are being silenced.