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Big guns join the fight over fault

A case pending before Maryland’s top court has attracted national attention as groups representing U.S. businesses, doctors and insurers are pressing the Court of Appeals to preserve a 165-year-old ruling that defendants cannot be held liable for damages if the plaintiffs’ own negligence contributed at all to their injuries.

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Notice for Maryland redistricting appeal sent to Supreme Court

ANNAPOLIS — A group of residents opposing Maryland’s congressional redistricting map say they’re appeal part of their case to the U.S. Supreme Court. A notice of appeal was filed Friday. Jason Torchinsky, an attorney representing nine state residents, said the ...

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Four points in Friolo’s favor on attorneys’ fees

Joy Friolo’s latest appeal on attorneys’ fees did more than just establish a formula for determining her degree of success. In its Sept. 7 decision, the Court of Special Appeals said the Montgomery County Circuit Court made four mistakes last ...

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