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  • Former O’s OF Nolan Reimold sues Johns Hopkins hospital

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Former Orioles outfielder Nolan Reimold has sued Johns Hopkins Hospital for negligent medical care, alleging he was prematurely cleared to play following spinal surgery. Reimold was diagnosed with a herniated disk and…

  • US judge delays civil suit in same-sex union custody case

    MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — A federal judge is delaying a civil lawsuit by a Vermont woman against people she maintains helped her former same-sex partner and their daughter flee the country rather than comply with…

  • Ex-GMU student makes pitch to remain anonymous in court

    ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A federal judge heard arguments Friday whether a former George Mason University student could sue the school anonymously but he did not issue a ruling. The former student says he was expelled…

  • Expelled student: rough sex was role-playing, not rape

    McLEAN, Va. (AP) — A student expelled from George Mason University for violating its sexual misconduct policy is suing in federal court to clear his name, arguing that an encounter with a girlfriend was sadomasochistic…

  • Pipeline developer sues more than 100 W.Va. property owners

    BECKLEY, W.Va. (AP) — More than 100 property owners in West Virginia are being sued by the developer of a proposed natural gas pipeline. Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC’s lawsuit seeks access to the properties to…

  • Families sue Va., defendants over students’ hazing deaths

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The state is being sued by the families of two Virginia State University students who drowned during a fraternal group’s initiation. The Richmond Times-Dispatch (http://bit.ly/1FEUaco ) reports that the mothers of…

  • Va. education groups denied voice in records dispute

    RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Organizations representing Virginia teachers and school administrators won’t be allowed to intervene in a legal battle over public disclosure of teacher evaluation data. Education officials say a Richmond judge on Monday…

  • Va. Beach wants sand on Chic’s Beach, but needs court’s help

    VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (AP) — City leaders want the shrinking shoreline along the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach to be replenished with sand, but they’ll need a state court to clear the path for that…

  • Michigan regulators ordered back to court on beer label

    DETROIT (AP) — An appeals court has ordered a federal judge to reopen a dispute over a beer that was temporarily banned by Michigan liquor commissioners. The court says commissioners aren’t immune to a lawsuit…

  • Maryland working on legal action on health exchange problems

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland officials say the state continues to work on recouping money from contractors involved in the state’s badly flawed first rollout of its health exchange website. Carolyn Quattrocki, the executive director…

  • Lanier: Celebrity escorts are necessary at times

    WASHINGTON — In her second day of testimony, Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier called the 2011 police escort of Charlie Sheen from Dulles airport “troublesome” but maintained that celebrity escorts by police are at times…

  • Fairfax police name officer involved in fatal ’13 shooting

    WASHINGTON – Fairfax County has released the name of the police officer who shot a Springfield man along with additional details regarding the fatal 2013 shooting that has resulted in multiple investigations and a civil…

  • 2 women add their names to lawsuit involving rabbi

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Two women have joined a lawsuit saying they were sexually exploited by a rabbi accused of secretly videotaping women in a Jewish ritual bath. The civil lawsuit was filed in early December…

  • Md. elections official: Noncitizens may be voting

    FREDERICK, Md. (AP) — A state elections official says it’s possible that some non-U.S. citizens are voting in Maryland. Voter Registration Director Mary Cramer Wagner tells The Frederick News-Post (http://bit.ly/1wIjhov ) that state and local…

  • $8K for retired soldier’s no-show in needle suit

    A federal magistrate judge says a retired soldier suing Burger King for swallowing needles in a sandwich should pay nearly $8,500 in attorneys\’ fees and costs to the defendants for not showing up at a settlement conference.