Last month, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit declined to overturn a district court ruling in favor of the owners of White Flint Mall. Lord & Taylor filed suit in 2013 to compel the owners to abandon efforts to redevelop the mall and resume operations in compliance with a reciprocal easement […]

On Friday, May 1, 2015, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm., at various sites in the City of Frederick, the Western Maryland Local Government Exchange will take place. This year’s program is focused on community revitalization. The event’s goal is to facilitate conversation between local government representatives and citizens. Please note that there will be a […]

On Thursday, April 9, the University of Baltimore’s Journal of Land and Development will host its annual symposium in the Moot Courtroom of the John and Frances Angelos Law Center (North Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue). This year’s topic is “Public-Private Partnerships: A Vehicle for Economic Development & the Promotion of the Rule of […]

The 2015 Land Use Institute will be held on May 8, 2015, 9am – 4pm, at the Columbia Doubletree Hotel, and will offer 5.5 CLE Credits. Registration, pricing, and further details are available here. Featuring: Recent Court Decisions The Honorable Karen Abrams, Circuit Court for St. Mary’s County The Honorable Sally Adkins, III, Court of […]

Baltimore Metropolitan Council is presenting a free and open event on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 5:30-7:30 pm at 1500 Whetstone Way, Suite 300, Baltimore, MD 21230 to discuss the future of I-83 through Baltimore. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP here. Here are some details and explanation: The Jones Falls, and now I-83 […]

The Maryland State Bar Association’s Real Property Section presents: “A Night at the Theater”! Please join the Real Property Section on Wednesday, April 1 at 6:00pm at Everyman Theatre for an educational presentation, led by Diane Cho and Rima Namek of Cho Benn Holback and Associates and Stephen Sharkey of DLA Piper, on the various […]

By Edward J. Levin The Court of Appeals recently held that a letter of intent signed as part of settlement discussions between two parties who were litigating over the ownership and use of parking spaces was unambiguous and constituted an enforceable contract between them even though the lease that was to guide the relationship of […]


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