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Wage law provides out-of-state protection, court says

Wage law provides out-of-state protection, court says

A poorly drafted employment contract between a Maryland lawyer and a Virginia law firm gave Maryland’s top court the opportunity to say the state’s wage-protection law safeguards Marylanders working for out of state companies regardless of where their contract was signed.

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Court considers damages cap in police-shooting death

Court considers damages cap in police-shooting death

The Maryland legislature never intended to cap the financial compensation available for victims of egregiously unconstitutional police misconduct, a lawyer for the family of a man killed by an off-duty Prince George’s County officer told the state’s top court Monday.

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Voicemail slur will test scope of Public Information Act

Maryland’s top court will use the case of a racial slur left on a witness's voicemail to determine whether a person who complains police misconduct should have access to documents from the resulting internal-affairs investigation, or whether the government can issue a blanket denial under the Maryland Public Information Act.

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