Angelos family agrees to transfer law firm to conservatorship as legal battle continues

Johnnie Pratt

BALTIMORE – An arrangement was attained Thursday early morning in the ongoing Angelos family legal battle.

As Peter Angelos remains in poor wellness, his spouse and children fights over handle of his two property – the Baltimore Orioles and the Angelos Law Agency.

According to court docket paperwork received by our media partners The Baltimore Banner Louis Angelos accuses his older brother John, and mother Ga, of draining much more than $65 million from their father Peter Angelos’ bank account.

 

Peter Angelos, the greater part proprietor of the Orioles, continues to be incapacitated after a collapse in 2017 and is suffering from highly developed phase dementia, according to court docket paperwork.

Baltimore County Circuit Courtroom Decide Keith Truffer accepted an settlement attained Thursday by attorneys for all 4 members of the Angelos family members transferring the Angelos Regulation Company to a conservatorship. 

The conservator will then decide what to do with the firm going ahead.

“The conservator will lastly set to bed the ridiculous statements that have been produced that Peter Angelos did not want his regulation agency to continue,” said Jeffrey Nusinov, Louis Angelos attorney. “Peter Angelos’s devotion to his customers is legendary, and every person is familiar with his follow was his most treasured of his many accomplishments.”

Facts of the arrangement are not right away available as the situation continues to be less than seal. Attorneys are hoping to preserve the proceedings non-public. A jury demo is scheduled to start off in July.

“Total was just a enormous victory and a big phase forward for resolving all of these claims,” Ga Angelos’ legal professional Doug Gansler, Maryland’s previous lawyer typical, stated Thursday. “These days was a whole victory for the Angelos relatives, the legislation agency, the customers of the legislation firm, and the individuals of Baltimore.”

John Angelos left court docket Thursday with his attorney Steven Silverman, who named the amended complaint filed previously this week “a full fabrication.”

John Angelos only preferred to talk about the Orioles on the baseball industry.

“I feel there will be a great deal of excellent issues to converse about with the Orioles in the years to come,” Angelos reported. “We are likely to have a great deal of good discussions on the Orioles’ effects on the local community and keep doing excellent issues like we did in 2022, and (GM) Mike Elias is going to go on to do good function.”

The fight more than the estate will come at a time when staff leadership faces a number of big decisions, which include regardless of whether to extend its lease to carry on playing at Camden Yards.

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