Contracts — Breach — Res judicata and collateral estoppel
In 2018, Nigel Williamson, appellant, and Velinda Parker, appellee, entered into an agreement to jointly operate an SAT preparatory and tutoring business. Ms. Parker established a separate LLC to collect payments from parents and students. In January 2019, Mr. Williamson filed a replevin action in the District Court of Maryland, requesting the return of documents and alleging that Ms. Parker had collected payments from clients without paying the business’s expenses. The District Court subsequently dismissed that action with prejudice.
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