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Tag Archives: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Court of Special Appeals: Illness, threat doom prenup

A Maryland appeals court has invalidated a prenuptial agreement that a woman signed 26 years ago while dealing with severe morning sickness and a threat by her fiancé — who had insisted she prove her fertility before marriage — that he would call off the wedding if she did not sign it immediately.

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Law digest – 6/20/13

MARYLAND COURT OF SPECIAL APPEALS  Labor & Employment, Retaliation: The evidence was legally sufficient to sustain plaintiff’s claim that defendant had constructively terminated her employment in retaliation for her report of a sex discrimination complaint made by a subordinate. Edgewood ...

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Opinions – 6/13/13: Maryland Court of Special Appeals

Civil Procedure Judicial review  BOTTOM LINE: Petition for judicial review was properly dismissed as untimely, where the mailbox rule did not afford petitioner three days beyond the thirty-day period imposed by Rule 7-203(a) to file his petition. CASE: Bush v. ...

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High court Chief Judge Bell hears final oral arguments

Court of Appeals Chief Judge Robert M. Bell, his coming July 6 retirement constitutionally mandated, presided over his final oral argument session Tuesday as head of the Maryland Judiciary and its top tribunal.

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Henson’s robocall conviction affirmed on appeal

Julius Henson

A Maryland appellate court has upheld the conviction of political consultant Julius Henson for his role in sending robocalls to voters in Prince George’s County and the city of Baltimore during the 2010 campaign to return former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. to office.

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CSA: Montgomery County not bound by union deal

The Montgomery County Council did not violate county or state laws when it passed an operating budget that rejected part of the police union’s collective bargaining agreement and did not fund three categories of employee benefits, a state appellate court has held.

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