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Appellate Courts

Opinions – 5/23/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Administrative Law Revocation of license  BOTTOM LINE: There was substantial evidence in the record to support the decision of the Commissioner of the Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development to revoke developer’s multiple-family dwelling license pursuant to Baltimore ...

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Opinions – 4/18/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Administrative Law Evidence at police trial board hearing  BOTTOM LINE: The police department, in a disciplinary proceeding of an officer, did not violate the rights of the officer by failing to disclose certain information regarding the FBI’s investigation of another ...

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Pool fence lawsuit revived by Court of Special Appeals

In what plaintiffs’ attorneys say is an important victory for child safety, the mother of a Montgomery County toddler who suffered severe brain damage in a near-drowning can sue the owners of her apartment complex for not maintaining the fence around the pool, a state appellate court has held.

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