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Tag Archives: Court of Special Appeals

Maryland Supreme Court holds first public session with new name

ANNAPOLIS – Maryland’s top court Friday held its first public session with a name other than the Court of Appeals, as it had been called since 1776. “Welcome to the Supreme Court of Maryland,” Chief Justice Matthew J. Fader said ...

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‘Good cause’ provision of Md. expungement law has limits, appeals court rules

Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals vacated a woman’s expungement in a decade-old identity fraud case, ruling that a “good cause” provision in the state law designed to shield old criminal convictions does not give judges the authority to grant expungement ...

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Law Digest — Court of Appeals, Court of Special Appeals — June 9, 2022

Maryland Court of Appeals Administrative; stare decisis: Where the court previously ruled on the Maryland Department of the Environment’s authority to develop and issue permits to municipal separate storm sewer systems, or MS4s, in Maryland, there no “significant change in ...

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Law Digest — 4th Circuit, Court of Appeals, Court of Special Appeals — Feb. 17, 2022

U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit Consumer Protection; Absent class member: Where 28 U.S.C. § 636(c) provides a magistrate judge with jurisdiction to approve a class action and enter judgment only by consent of the parties, the Fourth ...

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