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Law Digest – Nov. 12, 2015 – Md. Court of Special Appeals and 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2015-11-11
Court of Special Appeals Civil Procedure, Res judicata: A father’s lawsuit seeking to change the surname of his son to reflect his own was barred under the principle of res judicata because the father had previously litigated this issue and been denied, and his current petition did not allege that any of the circumstances bearing…
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2015 Balto City Tax Sale
Posted by: Jason Whong on 2015-03-26
MMAAYYOORR AANNDD CCIITTYY CCOOUUNNCCIILL OOFF BBAALLTTIIMMOORREE TTAAXX SSAALLEE 22001155 PPRROOPPEERRTTYY LLIISSTT This listing includes properties with delinquent taxes and municipal liens, located in Baltimore City, that are scheduled for the sealed bid tax sale which will be held on May 18, 2015. Bidding will be conducted via an internet-based online sealed bid sale of…
2174s13 Dan v. Fidelity First
Posted by: Barbara Grzincic on 2014-12-24
UNREPORTED IN THE COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS OF MARYLAND No. 2174 September Term, 2013 JAMES DAN v. FIDELITY FIRST HOME MORTGAGE COMPANY Eyler, Deborah S., Arthur, Moylan, Charles E., Jr. (Retired, Specially Assigned), JJ. Opinion by Eyler, Deborah S., J. Filed: December 9, 2014 The case at bar, an appeal from the Circuit Court…
Robert Lee v. Howard County Department of Social Services
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2013-08-20
CSA No. 2174, September Term 2011. Unreported. Opinion by Meredith, J. Filed June 17, 2013. Appeal from Howard County. Dismissed as moot. 12 pages. Child support: contempt judgment: statement of amount…
2012 Maryland appellate court opinions
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2013-01-09
The digests below are listed by court, then by main subject, then in chronological order. They include cases published by the Court of Appeals and the Court of Special Appeals between Jan. 1 and Dec. 18, 2012….
Opinions – 5/14/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2012-05-13
Criminal Procedure Inculpatory custodial statements BOTTOM LINE: Inculpatory statements given to police by suspect in custody after he had invoked his right to counsel should have been suppressed from evidence at trial because the State did not satisfy its burden to rebut the presumption that such statements were involuntary. CASE: Henry v. State, No. 952,…
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Law digest – 5/14/12
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2012-05-11
COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, Appeal of public employee’s termination: Petitioner’s appeal of her termination was properly dismissed because she failed to file the appeal in a timely manner pursuant to SP §11-110(a)(1). Fisher v. Eastern Correctional Institution, Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services, No. 90, Sept. Term, 2011. RecordFax No. 12-0426-21, 18 pages….
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CSA: Phillips Island structures must go
Posted by: Barbara Grzincic on 2012-04-25
Former apparel executive Edwin H. Lewis must tear down all six buildings on his Eastern Shore hunting camp, the Court of Special Appeals held Wednesday. Lewis long ago abandoned the plans he made when he bought Phillips Island in 1999. For the last five years, he has offered to tear down five of the partially…
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U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
Posted by: admin on 2005-05-02
Civil ProcedureClaim preclusionBOTTOM LINE: Res judicata did not bar suit brought by PBGC to recover unpaid pension plan contributions where in a prior suit PBGC acted in its capacity as statutory trustee of plan.CASE: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation v. Beverley, No. 04-1371 (decided April 12, 2005) (Judges Traxler, GREGORY & Duncan). RecordFax No. 5-0412-60, 15 pages.COUNSEL: Paul McCourt Curley, Canfield, Baer, Heller & Johnston, L.L.P., Richmond, Va., for Appellants. Merrill D. Boone, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation, Office of the General Counsel, Washington, for Appellee. FACTS: Don’s Trucking Company established the Don’s Trucking Company Defined Benefit Pension Plan (the Plan), effective June 1, 1988, to provide retirement benefits to its employees. Donald R. Beverley and Martha H. Beverley (the Beverleys) own Don’s Trucking and s…
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U.S. District Court, Maryland
Posted by: admin on 2004-03-08
Civil ProcedureMotion for leave to amendBOTTOM LINE: Denial of motion for leave to amend after the expiration of the scheduling order was warranted where the movant had failed to show cause for its failure to meet the deadlines of the scheduling order. CASE: Sensormatic Security Corporation v. Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, No. DKC 02-1565 (decided Jan. 20, 2004) (Judge CHASANOW). RecordFax 4-0120-40, 15 pages.COUNSEL: For Sensormatic Security Corporation: David J. Butler, Martin L. Zerwitz, Tacie H. Yoon, Swidler Berlin Shereff Friedman L.L.P., Washington, Terence J. Lynam, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld LLP, Washington, D.C. For Wallace Computer Services, Inc.: Anthony T. Pierce, Law Office, Washington, Michael Lee Converse, Tobias Eli Zimmerman, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer and Feld L.L.P., Washington. For ADI, Interested Party: Jodie Elizabeth Buchman, Pip…
Category(s): Business

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