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MICHAEL DAVON CHRISTIAN v. STEWART LEVITAS

Appellant, Michael Davon Christian, a former resident of property owned by appellee, Stewart Levitas, brought an action against appellee in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, seeking damages for injuries allegedly caused by appellant’s childhood exposure to lead paint on the premises. Over appellant’s objection, the circuit court excluded his expert witness and later granted summary judgment in favor of appellee. Appellant appeals, presenting us four questions:

I. Whether the trial court erred and/or abused its discretion when it granted appellee’s motion to exclude the testimony of Dr. Howard Klein, appellant’s medical expert.

II. Whether the trial court erred and/or abused its discretion when it granted appellee’s motion for reconsideration.

III. Whether the trial court erred and/or abused its discretion when it denied appellant’s motion for reconsideration.

IV. Whether the trial court erred and/or abused its discretion when it granted appellee’s second renewed motion for summary judgment.

Read the unreported opinion.