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Author Archives: Daily Record Staff

Legal opinions – Md. Court of Appeals

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law Probation before judgment BOTTOM LINE: Under the Transportation Article, the Motor Vehicle Administration was required to “disqualify” Appellee’s Commercial Driver’s License for one year because Appellee, after being found guilty of driving under the ...

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Legal opinions – US 4th Circuit Court of Appeals

U.S. 4TH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS Criminal Procedure Sentence enhancement BOTTOM LINE: Where defendant, attempting to evade police, entered into a stranger’s apartment without permission, sentence enhancement for reckless endangerment during flight from a police officer was appropriate because, even ...

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On the move – Legal edition

Alison L. Asti has joined The McCammon Group, of Richmond, Va., a provider of mediation, arbitration and related dispute resolution services. Asti spent 17 years at the Maryland Stadium Authority, first as general counsel and then as executive director. She ...

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Legal Opinions – U.S. District Court, Md.

U.S. DISTRICT COURT, MARYLAND Torts Vicarious liability for employees’ acts BOTTOM LINE: Under the Maryland Business Occupations and Professions Code, employer security guard agency could be liable for any acts of its employees that are consistent with common law principles ...

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Heard and by the numbers

“I can’t think of another time in my lifetime, certainly, where I’ve seen anything remotely similar to what’s going on here.” Sacred Heart University political science professor Gary Rose On Connecticut Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz’s initiation of a lawsuit ...

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Case digest

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, Probation before judgment: Under the Transportation Article, the Motor Vehicle Administration was required to “disqualify” Appellee’s Commercial Driver’s License for one year because Appellee, after being found guilty of driving under the influence per ...

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Legal opinions – Md. Court of Special Appeals

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Civil Procedure Acquiescence rule BOTTOM LINE: Where the acquiescence rule did not apply to plaintiff’s first appeal and defendant made an effective tender of the judgment, which included post-judgment interest up to the date of tender, ...

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Week in review – Business edition

Rosecroft sale blocked A bankruptcy judge has denied the proposed sale of Rosecroft Raceway to developer Mark Vogel, calling it a “sell out” that’s unfair to the track’s creditors and the harness racing industry. The track’s owners must instead sell ...

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On the move – Business edition

Accounting Dori E. Perry has joined KatzAbosch, of Timonium, as director of governmental contracting. She previously served as deputy comptroller of the Military Sealift Command. She has served at the Drug Enforcement Administration, and at the State Department, the White ...

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Duly Noted: Baltimore police lose $7.4M lawsuit

A Baltimore jury awarded $7.4 million April 6 to the family of a man who died two weeks after his arrest. The family of Dondi Johnson Sr. alleged he suffered injuries that later proved fatal because of the violent manner ...

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