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Opinions – 2/14/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure  Default judgment  BOTTOM LINE: The circuit court abused its discretion in entering a default judgment in favor of appellee as a sanction for an alleged violation of a scheduling order by appellant's insurer. CASE: Station Maintenance Solutions, Inc. v. Two Farms, Inc., No. 2039, Sept. Term, 2011 (filed Jan. 24, 2013) (Judges Meredith, WATTS & Eyler, ...

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