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MANAL KIRIAKOS v. BRANDON PHILLIPS

Appellant was badly injured after being struck by a car driven by an intoxicated eighteen-year-old. Appellee allegedly provided alcohol to the underaged driver. The circuit court granted summary judgment for appellee on the grounds that Maryland does not hold social hosts liable for the injuries caused by their intoxicated guests

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PATRICIA MAREK v. OLGA CARBALLO, ET AL.

1. Whether the circuit court erred in admitting testimony that appellant underwent a neuropsychological evaluation for the purpose of obtaining disability benefits through the Social Security Administration. 2. Whether the circuit court erred in declining to give a jury instruction on susceptibility.

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University of Maryland Medical System Corporation v. Roshell Blue

I. Whether the trial court erred in admitting a medical bill as substantive evidence. II. Whether the trial court erred in granting appellee’s motion to substitute her witness. III. Whether the trial court erred in allowing Kenneth Lippman, M.D. to offer expert testimony as to permanency. IV. Whether appellee’s missing witness argument at closing was unduly prejudicial.

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STINYARD A. BLUE v. ANTONIO ARRINGTON

Baltimore City, on Arrington’s behalf, filed, in response, a motion to dismiss, relying on a provision of the Local Government Tort Claims Act (“LGTCA”), which prohibits a local government employee from suing “a fellow employee for tortious acts or omissions committed within the scope of employment,” if the injury sustained by the local government employee is “compensable under the Maryland Workers’ Compensation Act.

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