Rule on personal info certificate may wait
A lack of protection for structured settlements has ‘left open the ability of factoring [or purchasing] companies to take improper advantage of vulnerable recipients,’ says Alan M. Wilner, chairman of the Maryland Judiciary’s rules committee.(File photo)

Rule on personal info certificate may wait

Top court to consider deferral; Rules body to revisit requirement

Maryland’s top court on Tuesday will consider deferring implementation of a rule that, beginning July 1, would require attorneys to certify they have not included any litigant’s Social Security, taxpayer identification, bank account or medical account number in each document they file with the court.

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