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Appellate Courts

Finder’s fee lawsuit must be filed in 3 years, not 12

In a blow to Maryland homebuyers, the state’s top court has unanimously ruled that mortgage borrowers have just three years in which to sue mortgage brokers who allegedly failed to disclose they charged and collected finders’ fees for their brokerage services.

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4th Circuit: A little more to the left

The anticipated confirmation of Pamela A. Harris to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will mark a giant step in President Barack Obama’s ongoing quest to transform one of the country’s most conservative appellate panels into one of its most liberal — and Democratic and Republican senators know it.

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Opinions – 7/23/14: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Notice of appeal  BOTTOM LINE: In a multi-party case, circuit court’s order dismissing claims without prejudice and expressly granting leave to file an amended complaint was not a final judgment, and, as a result, plaintiffs’ notice of appeal, ...

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