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Two Maryland Fishing Records Broken on Same Day

Although 2015 isn’t even a month old, two record-breaking fish have already been caught this year. Kenneth Westerfeld, a 48-year-old College Point, NY man, nabbed a 28.8-pound tautog, which has already been certified as the largest one caught in Maryland and could be world-record-breaking. That same day, Lee Haile III of Towson, Maryland caught an […]


Maryland Task Force Could Create Birth Injury Fund and Reduce Medical Malpractice Lawsuits

Two Maryland hospitals have been named as defendants in recent medical malpractice cases. Both lawsuits stem from birth injuries and could result in multi-million dollar awards for the plaintiffs. Medical malpractice cases have the highest average median damage awards of any personal injury cases, at $600,000, so why are those potential damage awards so high?Injury […]

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Members of Fraudulent McCloskey Group Charged in Real Estate Investment Scheme

In a ruling that came just in time for Christmas, U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz sentenced 42-year-old Baltimore real estate developer Brian McCloskey to 41 months in prison and three years of supervised release. On Dec. 23, McCloskey was charged with conspiring to commit wire fraud as part of a $20 million investment fraud […]


Maryland Attorney Pleads Guilty to Wire Fraud

Investing in real estate can be a risky measure. Typically, problems with this type of investment include obtaining low quality features and appliances, which often need to be replaced and can threaten your profits, or a building that may look fine on the surface but is actually in disrepair. However, both of these scenarios pale […]