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Supreme Court to decide if states are immune from FMLA’s self-care provisions

The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday regarding a fired Maryland court employee’s contention that states can be sued for violating the self-care provision of the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. Daniel Coleman, once the executive director of procurement ...

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Proposed CLE requirement prompts attorney survey

Next month, when lawyers get the letter directing them to report their pro bono activities for the past year, they’ll find a little something extra in the envelope. Included in the mailing will be a flier from the Maryland Judiciary, ...

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4th Circuit upholds dismissal of race discrimination case

A U.S. appeals court has upheld the dismissal of an $800,000 race discrimination case against the Maryland Judiciary, saying the fired worker’s “conclusory” complaint failed to allege facts that would indicate an unlawful act occurred. Daniel Coleman’s bias complaint failed ...

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