Denny’s has agreed to pay $1.3 million to dozens of former employees as part of a consent decree that requires the restaurant chain to overhaul its corporate policies regarding people with disabilities.
A Maryland jury has awarded more than $11.8 million to a man whose car was rear-ended by a repeat drunk driver in August 2007 and who developed a painful and debilitating nerve condition that has largely confined him to a wheelchair.
A Baltimore, Md. jury has awarded almost $1.5 million to the family of a 67-year-old Rosedale woman who died a few months after undergoing what was supposed to be low-risk heart surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Published: December 2, 2010
Tags: land use, Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act
After fighting the construction of a Christian school for years and through most of a federal court jury trial, Anne Arundel County in Maryland has agreed to allow Riverdale Baptist Church to build and will pay the church $3.25 million for violating its constitutional rights.
The defendant in a recent e-discovery spoliation case will not go to jail after all for deleting e-mails and other electronically-stored information at the heart of a federal lawsuit over copyright and patent infringement. But the price of his freedom is high.
Jurors gave another half-million dollars to three of the workers’ spouses.
The National Conference of Bar Examiners is not required to allow three blind law school graduates to use screen-access software to take this month’s Multistate Bar Examination, a U.S. District Court judge in Baltimore has ruled.
Two iPhone users in Maryland are suing Apple, alleging that their new phones are defective.
Three blind law school graduates filed suit against the National Conference of Bar Examiners last week after it denied their requests to use screen-access software to take the Multistate Bar Examination in July.