Raging litigation – Tuesday, March 10th

It’s still mild today, with rain expected through most of the afternoon. More of the same tomorrow.

Baltimore moved closer to requiring restaurants to clearly display their health inspection grade. The grading system, which needs one more city council vote next week and approval from the mayor, will require restaurants to post a sign with an Excellent, Good, or Fair rating, based on health inspections. Similar grade systems are used in NYC and other cities.

Two 24-year-old women were shot in Dundalk last night. One women died on the scene, while the other was hospitalized.

In her State of the City address, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said black men need to do more to improve their community to help reduce homicides.

Local mobile advertising company Millennial Media took another loss in the fourth quarter, despite continued revenue growth. The Canton-based company has posted a string of losses over the last few years as they face strong competition from Facebook and Google and falling ad prices.

Flying Dog Brewery just won a long legal battle with Michigan regulators over its ‘Raging Bitch’ IPA. The state originally banned the beer from sale because of its name, but the brewery fought back with a free speech argument. Flying Dog will be able to seek damages from Michigan for years of lost sales.