Peter Angelos

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Peter G. Angelos (born July 4, 1929) is an American trial lawyer.wikipedia
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Baltimore Orioles

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Angelos is also the majority owner of the Baltimore Orioles, a team in the American League of Major League Baseball.
After 52 years in St. Louis, the franchise was purchased in November 1953 by a syndicate of Baltimore business and civic interests led by attorney/civic activist Clarence Miles and Mayor Thomas D'Alesandro Jr. The team's current owner is American trial lawyer Peter Angelos.

University of Baltimore School of Law

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He then attended law school at night at the University of Baltimore School of Law, studying so conscientiously that he was named class valedictorian.
An alumni body of approximately 13,000 includes many prominent figures, including Peter Angelos, owner of the Baltimore Orioles; Maryland's former first lady, the Hon.

University of Baltimore

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After graduating from Patterson Park High School, Angelos attended the University of Baltimore, where he earned a bachelor's degree.

History of the Greeks in Baltimore

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He was the first Greek-American to be elected to the council.
The Greek community gained its first political representation in 1959, when Peter Angelos became the first Greek-American to be elected to the Baltimore City Council.

1999 Baltimore Orioles–Cuba national baseball team exhibition series

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Angelos arranged for a two-game exhibition series to be played between the Orioles and the Cuban national baseball team in 1999.
In the 1990s, Orioles' owner Peter Angelos lobbied the United States Government to gain permission to hold this series for three years.

Tom Clancy

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While Angelos was the principal investor, contributing $40 million, his fellow Oriole group owners included novelist Tom Clancy, filmmaker Barry Levinson, and tennis player Pam Shriver.
In 1993, Clancy joined a group of investors that included Peter Angelos, and bought the Baltimore Orioles from Eli Jacobs.

One Charles Center

The firm is headquartered in the historic One Charles Center building in downtown Baltimore, which designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe in 1962 and purchased by Angelos for $6 million in 1996.
Three years later in 1996, the building was purchased for $6 million by Peter Angelos, a lawyer native to Baltimore and the majority owner of the Baltimore Orioles major league baseball team.

John P. Angelos

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Angelos is the elder son of Baltimore Orioles owner Peter Angelos.

Baltimore County, Maryland

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Angelos breeds and races Thoroughbred horses and in 1998 purchased the 237 acre Ross Valley Farm in Baltimore County.

Eli Jacobs

In 1993 Angelos assembled a group of investors to purchase the Orioles from New York venture capitalist Eli Jacobs.
At an auction held in bankruptcy court in New York on August 2, 1993, the ballclub was sold for $173 million to a group of Baltimore investors led by Peter Angelos.

Cal Ripken Jr.

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On April 16, 2010, a Fox Sports article suggested that Angelos allegedly denied a job to Cal Ripken, Jr. when Ripken offered to come work for the franchise in a supporting role to help the O's young talent develop.
On January 10, 2007, Ripken expressed interest in purchasing the Baltimore Orioles if current owner Peter Angelos were to sell the team.

United States

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Peter G. Angelos (born July 4, 1929) is an American trial lawyer.

American League

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Angelos is also the majority owner of the Baltimore Orioles, a team in the American League of Major League Baseball.

Major League Baseball

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Angelos is also the majority owner of the Baltimore Orioles, a team in the American League of Major League Baseball.

Subrogation

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After Angelos filed suit on behalf of the state the trial court ruled that the state's recovery would be limited to subrogation of losses through programs such as Medicaid; this would have effectively ended the state's case.

Karpathos

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Angelos is the son of John (a bar owner) and Frances Angelos, who immigrated to the United States from Μενετές Καρπάθου, Karpathos, Greece.

Greece

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Angelos is the son of John (a bar owner) and Frances Angelos, who immigrated to the United States from Μενετές Καρπάθου, Karpathos, Greece.

Highlandtown, Baltimore

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Angelos' family settled in the working-class neighborhood of Highlandtown, and lived in a row house.

Asbestosis

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In one of his cases, he represented some 8,700 steelworkers, shipyard workers, and manufacturers' employees in a consolidated-action asbestos poisoning suit that was partially settled in 1992.

Baltimore City Council

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He served a brief stint on the Baltimore City Council and ran for mayor on the city's first interracial ticket in 1967, and lost.

Philip Morris USA

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Angelos also represented the state of Maryland in a suit against Philip Morris and suing Wyeth, the makers of part of the diet pill combination fen-phen.

Wyeth

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Angelos also represented the state of Maryland in a suit against Philip Morris and suing Wyeth, the makers of part of the diet pill combination fen-phen.

Fenfluramine/phentermine

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Angelos also represented the state of Maryland in a suit against Philip Morris and suing Wyeth, the makers of part of the diet pill combination fen-phen.

Towson, Maryland

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As of 2019, Angelos's law firm currently had offices in Baltimore, Towson, and Cumberland, Maryland; Philadelphia, Bethlehem, and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Knoxville, Tennessee.

Cumberland, Maryland

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As of 2019, Angelos's law firm currently had offices in Baltimore, Towson, and Cumberland, Maryland; Philadelphia, Bethlehem, and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Knoxville, Tennessee.