Maryland’s main physicians’ organization is urging the House of Delegates to reject Senate-passed legislation that would permit doctors to spend more time testifying as experts in medical malpractice cases.Read More »
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Maryland’s law schools continue to receive national recognition for their clinical and part-time programs in the latest U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 rankings, released Tuesday.Read More »
Baltimore’s food trucks are free to roam the city’s streets without fear of enforcement of the city’s proximity ban prohibiting them from setting up shop near a restaurant with similar cuisine. The Court of Special Appeals last week denied the city’s ...Read More »
For years, abortion-rights advocates have used the First Amendment as a weapon to challenge laws that require doctors to display an ultrasound or describe a fetus in detail to a patient. Now it's the anti-abortion side that says its speech rights are being violated.Read More »
Employees injured on the job are entitled to workers’ compensation calculated based on the salary in their contract agreement, not salary earned in the weeks prior to the accident, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court has held. The ruling by the Court ...
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Attorneys for state Sen. Nathaniel T. Oaks argued Friday for the dismissal of six counts of the indictment against him, claiming his request the Maryland Department of Legislative Services draft a bond bill in the fall of 2016 was not an official act.Read More »