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Tag Archives: administrative law

Opinions – 7/23/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Administrative Law FINRA Arbitration BOTTOM LINE: As a result of significant overlap in personnel and resource utilization between a financial adviser’s former and current investment firms, the adviser’s current firm “indirectly controlled” the adviser, making them “associated persons”; therefore, the ...

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Law digest: 7/9/12

Administrative Law, Driver’s license suspension: In overturning a driver’s license suspension based on driving while intoxicated, the circuit court improperly ruled that the officer had to indicate, on the Motor Vehicle Administration form, the reasonable grounds for the underlying stop ...

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Opinions – 7/9/12: Maryland Court of Appeals

Administrative Law Driver’s license suspension BOTTOM LINE: In overturning a driver’s license suspension based on driving while intoxicated, the circuit court improperly ruled that the officer had to indicate, on the Motor Vehicle Administration form, the reasonable grounds for the ...

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Opinions – 5/21/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Administrative Law Medicare coverage BOTTOM LINE: Secretary of Health and Human Services properly used the adjudicative process to create a policy denying Medicare coverage for medical device. CASE: Almy v. Sebelius, No. 10-2241 (filed April 26, 2012) (Judges WILKINSON, Gregory ...

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Opinions – 3/5/12: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Administrative Law Line-of-Duty Disability Benefits BOTTOM LINE: Preexisting degenerative disc disease did not disqualify police officer from line-of-duty disability due to an injury sustained while working in the line of duty, because officer otherwise met the statutory requirements for such ...

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