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Law digest – 1/21/15

U.S. 4TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS  Constitutional Law, Freedom of expression: District court did not err in granting summary judgment to city on claims that a city sign ordinance, which exempted from regulation flags and other governmental and religious emblems, ...

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Digest of legal opinions – 1/14/15

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Professional Responsibility, Indefinite suspension: Court of Appeals suspended indefinitely an attorney who violated Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct by failing to communicate the scope of his representation and the amount of time billed to a ...

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Opinions – 1/15/15: Maryland Court of Appeals

Professional Responsibility Indefinite suspension  BOTTOM LINE: Court of Appeals suspended indefinitely an attorney who violated Maryland Lawyers’ Rules of Professional Conduct by failing to communicate the scope of his representation and the amount of time billed to a client, failing ...

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Law digest – 1/7/15

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Criminal Law, Trademark counterfeiting: Maryland counterfeiting statute which prohibits, among other things, the willful display of goods that have “retail value” and bear a counterfeit mark, is neither facially overbroad nor facially void-for-vagueness. McCree v. State, ...

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Opinions – 1/7/15: Maryland Court of Appeals

Criminal Law Trademark counterfeiting   BOTTOM LINE: Maryland counterfeiting statute which prohibits, among other things, the willful display of goods that have “retail value” and bear a counterfeit mark, is neither facially overbroad nor facially void-for-vagueness.   CASE: McCree v. ...

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Law digest – 12/24/14

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS  Evidence, Expert testimony: Trial court erred by allowing a police officer, who was not qualified as an expert under Maryland Rule 5-702, to testify as to the location of the cell phone towers through which the ...

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Law digest – 12/17/14

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS  Administrative Law, State construction projects: State properly concluded that it could consider a novel specification, the inclusion of a Project Labor Agreement, as one factor when evaluating technical proposals for a State construction project without triggering ...

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