One co-tenant of a home can be ordered to pay the entire cost of a trustee’s services in a judicial sale of the home, the Maryland Appellate Court held.
The Maryland Supreme Court won't review an order preliminarily enjoining the state's statutory ban on unlicensed shops selling hemp products with THC above certain levels.
Expert testimony on lead exposure and its effects on the brain in a Baltimore City case was admissible, the Maryland Appellate Court found.
A fee-sharing agreement that used a sliding-scale approach is enforceable and did not violate the Maryland Attorneys’ Rules of Professional Conduct, the court found.
A defendant in a sexual abuse case was not convicted in violation of double jeopardy when Maryland tied each count of abuse to a different time period, the court found.
A railroad materials company can't recover losses when four employees stole more than one million pounds of material and sold them as scrap next door, the court found.
An employee’s note from a chiropractor for exemption to her company’s mask mandate did not constitute gross misconduct, a Maryland court found.
A dog bite victim can be awarded $132,322 for injuries sustained while a dog was “running at large,” the Maryland Appellate Court held on Wednesday.
Adnan Syed argues that the state's decision to abandon its prosecution of him for murder renders moot an appeal from the family of Hae Min Lee.
There’s nothing in the Harford County Charter, or any legal doctrine, that precludes a county public school teacher from serving as a member of the county’s council, the Maryland Supreme Court said in an opinion explaining an earlier order. The high court in April had issued a per curiam order overturning a circuit ruling in […]
AT&T and Cricket Wireless sold cellphones that they knew would stop working after their 2013 merger, the Maryland Appellate Court found.
A driver cannot be prosecuted for vehicular manslaughter of a fetus because he did not know the woman was pregnant, the Maryland Appellate Court has ruled.