Neil Lewis’ ex-clients on hook for medical bills he didn’t pay By: Danny Jacobs Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer March 16, 2015 They hired Neil J. Lewis to represent them after they were injured in car accidents. But some of his former clients are now finding themselves back in court to pay their portions of [...]
By Tim Craig Washington Post Staff Writer Sunday, March 20, 2005; Page C03 The company that installed decorative railings and three-story light fixtures in the Music Center at Strathmore is suing the general contractor and Montgomery County because it says it has not been fully paid for its work. Forms+Surfaces Inc. of Pittsburgh alleges that [...]
By Tiesha Higgins Staff Writer Overdue bills strain creditors, but drive collections industry When his catering business's customers don't pay their bills on time, Brian Gill turns to his last resort to make payroll: his credit cards. Gill, president of Gill Grilling Co. in Lanham, sometimes asks his more reliable customers to pay in advance [...]
By Henri E. Cauvin Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, August 18, 2005; DZ03 Lawyers for the District were directed this week to begin legal action against the operator of a Northeast Washington halfway house that lost its certificate of occupancy earlier this year but has continued to operate, a city official said. Notified on July [...]
By Lubna Takruri ASSOCIATED PRESS October 6, 2006 A Montgomery County landowner accused of cutting down trees to build a house now owes fines that will total more than he paid for the land. The Montgomery County Planning Board decided yesterday to fine Anthony Mereos of Silver Spring more than $62,000 plus the cost of [...]
Below are summaries of the first four IP-related lawsuits filed in the the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland in 2008 (source: Justia). These lawsuits involve allegations of patent, copyright, and trademark infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, defamation, and a host of other state law claims. We begin with an interesting case involving Maryland's business [...]
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