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  • Fox & Obel takes down website, weeks after closing

    Fox & Obel takes down website, weeks after closing
    The website of former Streeterville grocer Fox & Obel was shut down Thursday, more than three weeks after the store’s closing, following action Illinois Attorney General’s office spurred by a Tribune inquiry. Up until midday Thursday, the...
  • Auction re-scheduled for The Inn at the Black Olive

    Auction re-scheduled for The Inn at the Black Olive
    A bankruptcy judge has approved an auction of The Inn at the Black Olive, a boutique hotel in Fells Point, according to court records. The sale is scheduled for mid-June. First Mariner Bank foreclosed on the hotel's developers, the Black Olive...
  • St. Mary's College in turmoil

    St. Mary's College in turmoil
    St. Mary's College of Maryland, which for years has enjoyed a reputation as a gem among the state's public institutions, finds itself on the defensive as a projected admissions shortfall has come to light, the president has resigned and an outspoken...
  • Orange County producer gets 27 years in B-movie Ponzi scheme

    Orange County producer gets 27 years in B-movie Ponzi scheme
    An Orange County movie producer convicted of bilking mostly elderly investors out of $9.5 million in a Ponzi scam involving B movies such as “Confessions of a Pit Fighter” and “Lake Dead” has been sentenced to 27 years in state...
  • Casey Anthony bankruptcy judge: Lawsuits can move forward

    Casey Anthony bankruptcy judge: Lawsuits can move forward
    TAMPA — The legal fight over Casey Anthony's bankruptcy will continue, after a judge on Tuesday ruled that a pair of complaints filed by people suing her for defamation can move forward in federal court. It was a defeat for Anthony, who now faces a...
  • Casey Anthony gets mixed ruling from bankruptcy judge

    Casey Anthony gets mixed ruling from bankruptcy judge
    TAMPA — A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday granted in part Casey Anthony's request to dismiss a claim against her by Texas EquuSearch, the group that spent thousands of dollars looking for her daughter, but gave the nonprofit 21 days to file another...
  • Michael G. Rinn

    Michael G. Rinn
    Michael G. Rinn, a Cockeysville bankruptcy attorney and longtime Civil War enthusiast who played a pivotal role in the preservation of a historic Western Maryland battlefield, died Saturday of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Hunt...
  • How to stop medical bills from going to a collection agency

    How to stop medical bills from going to a collection agency
    Brian Davis is no stranger to surgery. Born with clubfeet, the 35-year-old Playa del Rey resident has endured multiple reconstructive foot surgeries over the years. With an endless stream of medical procedures, doctor visits, hospital stays,...
  • Owner of Glendale's Seeley building files for bankruptcy

    Owner of Glendale's Seeley building files for bankruptcy
    The owner of the historic Seeley's building, which underwent six years of renovations before opening with office lofts about six months ago, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The building, located at 1800 S. Brand Blvd., was built in...
  • Casey Anthony to pay $25K to settle life-story rights in bankruptcy case

    Casey Anthony to pay $25K to settle life-story rights in bankruptcy case
    Casey Anthony has agreed to pay $25,000 to settle a dispute in her bankruptcy case surrounding the rights to sell her life story, according to documents recently filed in the case. Anthony filed for bankruptcy protection early this year, and in March,...
  • Baltimore officials see Detroit as cautionary tale

    Baltimore officials see Detroit as cautionary tale
    Baltimore officials say Detroit's bankruptcy filing this week is a cautionary tale for the city that underscores the need to fix a $750 million structural deficit before the situation here grows similarly dire. "It is on my mind every day," Mayor...