Tag Archives: Court of Special Appeals

Md. appellate court: Whistleblower law not applicable to public school teachers

The Court of  Appeals building.
(Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

A Maryland appellate court ruled that public school teachers are not protected by the state Whistleblower Protection Law as their employer is the county education board, not the executive branch of the state government. The Court of Special Appeals’ decision, ...

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Md. appellate court orders Under Armour to pay architecture firm losses

The visitor’s center at Under Armour’s headquarters in Tide Point. A Maryland appellate court last week affirmed the $62,000 in losses awarded to the architecture firm that designed the visitor’s center as part of a contract dispute with the sports apparel company. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

A Baltimore architecture firm hired to design the visitor’s center at Under Armour’s headquarters is allowed to collect money for losses under an expense-shifting clause in the contract between the parties, a Maryland appellate panel has held. The Court of ...

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Stay lifted in Baltimore police internal affairs records dispute

Court of Appeals

The Court of Special Appeals has lifted a temporary stay requested by a Baltimore police sergeant of a criminal trial after finding the officer does not have standing to ask the court to review the circuit court’s decision allowing him to be questioned ...

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Md. appeals court halts criminal trial to address internal affairs records spat


The Court of Special Appeals on Thursday temporarily stayed a Baltimore criminal trial so it can rule on a police officer’s motion to prohibit the defendant from questioning the officer about his internal affairs records. A Baltimore city judge ruled ...

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