All posts by Edward G. Price

Duncan Scott Keir joins Price Law as Partner; firm changes name to Price & Keir

BALTIMORE, Maryland (November 18, 2013) – Price & Keir, LLC, a fixed-cost legal practice with offices in Baltimore, Maryland and Traverse City, Michigan, announced today the addition of Duncan Scott Keir as a Partner in the firm. Mr. Keir’s experience in litigation, specifically in corporate disputes, family law, personal injury, and criminal defense work, allows Price & Keir to expand their fixed-cost legal practice to better serve their clients. “Duncan brings a tremendous value to the firm and our clients,” said Edward Price, Founder and Managing Partner at Price & Keir. “Our clients will benefit from knowing that if they have an issue that’s going to take them to court, they’ll have an experienced litigator in their corner.” “I’m excited to join Edward Price in his growing practice,” Read More

Golf Course Law: How inaccurate yardage markers cost one golf course millions

There are numerous potential hazards on golf courses – which don’t involve water or sand.  Your golf course may be ripe with legal hazards, which will be far more expensive than a 2-stroke penalty. Have you ever thought about potential liability regarding your distance markers?  In a recent case, a golf course owner was deemed responsible for making sure that yardage markers embedded in the fairway or painted on the cart path were accurate.  What happened?  In this particular case, one golfer hit another golfer standing on the green with his ball.  The golfer on the green sued the golfer that hit him (because golfers are just about always responsible for damages incurred from their ball).  In turn, the golfer Read More