Tag Archives: Judge Paul V. Niemeyer

Restaurant Can Sue in Liquor-License Dispute (access required)

A district court erred in applying the Rooker-Feldman doctrine to decline to hear a restaurant’s suit challenging a Maryland state agency’s imposition of conditions on the restaurant’s liquor license; the 4th Circuit says the restaurant is not requesting appel­late review ...

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Bank loses coverage due to ‘corporate screw-ups’ (access required)


Attention corporate defendants: Failure to pay heed to internal processes and timely submit that civil complaint and summons to your insurance company can be very expensive. American Bank Holdings Inc. found out the hard way. Due to an eight-month delay ...

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