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Opinions – 11/28/11: Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Discovery BOTTOM LINE: In a medical malpractice action that some of the defendants settled prior to trial, those settlement amounts were not subject to discovery by the remaining defendants at the pre-verdict stage because the amounts did not, ...

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Law digest – 11/28/11

COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS Civil Procedure, Discovery: In a medical malpractice action that some of the defendants settled prior to trial, those settlement amounts were not subject to discovery by the remaining defendants at the pre-verdict stage because the amounts ...

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W. Lawrence Wescott II: Backup tapes in electronic discovery, Part I

If backup tapes were used by companies for the purpose for which they were intended, they would never be involved in e-discovery disputes. Backup tapes were originally designed for the reconstruction of computers (usually file servers) when their hard drives ...

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Opinions – Maryland Court of Special Appeals: 7/18/11

Administrative Law Discovery BOTTOM LINE: The administrative Board erroneously excluded defendant-dentist’s expert witness summaries and testimony, and therefore, the Board’s finding that defendant violated several provisions of the Maryland Dentistry Act was vacated. CASE: Maryland State Board of Dental Examiners ...

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