Monday, April 20, 2009

Making Good with Grassroots

According to this story by Larry Carson in The Sun yesterday, Bruce Taylor has backed off trying to stiff the non profit for half of the security deposit on a house they rented in Ellicott City. Taylor and Grassroots apparently reached an out of court settlement last week to return all but $834.80 of the $10,500.00 security deposit.

Taylor’s attorney, Ronald L. Spahn receives the award for understatement of the week when he told the reporter that “his advice to clients would be to avoid disputes with a charity.”