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Tag Archives: Attorney-client privilege

Opinions – Maryland Court of Appeals: 9/6/11

Administrative Law Appeals BOTTOM LINE: In a declaratory judgment action in which plaintiff raised administrative procedure issues relating to defendant’s standing to challenge a decision by the County Planning Board, the Court of Appeals was unable to reach the issues ...

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Opinions – Court of Special Appeals: 3/21/11

Civil Procedure Denial of appeal BOTTOM LINE: The Court of Special Appeals did not have jurisdiction to hear a defendant’s appeal because the circuit court’s default judgment was not a final judgment and because the defendant’s pursuit of in banc ...

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