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Tag Archives: Judge Robert N. McDonald

Lead-paint plaintiff can prove source of exposure by circumstantial evidence

The source of lead paint exposure can be established through circumstantial evidence, without expert testimony, the Court of Appeals held Friday.

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Justice (still) delayed at Court of Appeals

Another year has passed, and convicted criminals Kevin C. Alston, Tony Lamont Haile and Jaron Tyree Grade are still waiting for word from Maryland’s top court.

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Maryland attorney disbarred for fraud

A Maryland lawyer was disbarred for having submitted altered law firm promotional materials and correspondence to Washington, D.C. bar officials to conceal her years of noncompliance with the District of Columbia’s disclosure rule for attorneys not licensed there. Maryland’s highest ...

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Lobbyist wants his law license back

ANNAPOLIS — The fate of lobbyist Ira C. Cooke’s bid for reinstatement to the Maryland bar likely rests with the newest judge on the state’s highest court. But Judge Robert N. McDonald, who joined the Court of Appeals Jan. 24, ...

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