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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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Family can sue over man’s suicide after crash

The widow and children of a man who killed himself more than two years after sustaining multiple but not life-threatening injuries in an Elkton truck collision can pursue a $2 million wrongful-death claim against the company that owned the other vehicle, a U.S. District Court judge in Baltimore has ruled.

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Law digest: 2/6/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Commercial Law, Secondary Mortgage Loan Law: The Secondary Mortgage Loan Law does not restrict a mortgage lender to a single loan origination fee, as long as the aggregate fees charged and collected do not exceed the ...

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