Though a little scary to jump into a new practice area, you probably know more than you think.Read More »
Former firefighter appeals dismissal of breach of contract claim against the city of Baltimore, arguing it was premature and an abuse of discretion to decide Appellant did not have grounds to pursue a breach of contract claim per the Memorandum of Understanding.Read More »
This was not a typical commercial lawsuit between parties on the opposite sides of a contract. Rather, this was an action for, among other things, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, and civil conspiracy brought by one seller against his co-owner and the purchaser of the station.Read More »
A poorly drafted employment contract between a Maryland lawyer and a Virginia law firm gave Maryland’s top court the opportunity to say the state’s wage-protection law safeguards Marylanders working for out of state companies regardless of where their contract was signed.Read More »
Appellants filed a pro se Motion to Vacate Judgment on the ground of fraud pursuant to Rule 2-535(b). Their fraud allegation was based upon a claim that they never entered into a contract with the party named as plaintiff. In its response, the bank admitted that it had incorrectly stated its own name through “a scriveners error."Read More »
Appellant alleged breach of contract, breach of an implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, negligence, and other misconduct by Kernan Hospital, Inc., and others. Kernan successfully raised the defense of immunity under state and federal law.Read More »
Plumbers & Pipefitters National Pension Fund et al. v. Consortium Atlantic Realty Trust, Inc. et al.
This case seeks our determination of the meaning of the terms “prior appraisals” and “fair market value” in the withdrawal provisions of a shareholder agreement (the “Agreement”). CART Inc., a Real Estate Investment Trust (“REIT”), and a group of pension funds (collectively, the “Funds”) that were seeking an investment vehicle entered into the Agreement in 2006.Read More »