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Tag Archives: Sept. Term 2012

EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT SYSTEM OF BALTIMORE COUNTY v. LAWRENCE MINTON

Appellee’s resignation in lieu of termination did not waive his right to contest the denial of his pension, and the County Board of Appeals’ decision as to his service to Baltimore County Public Schools was not arbitrary and capricious, and was supported by substantial evidence.

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SILLERY BAY IMPROVEMENT ASSOC. INC. et al. v. JOHN F. McGAHAGAN III et al.

Did the trial court err by finding that appellees acquired title by adverse possession to a platted road, that the use of the road was limited to marina access and that nearby residents had not acquired a prescriptive easement for use of the road?

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STEVEN CARVER v. STATE OF MARYLAND

Bcause the Court of Appeals addressed the same issue about Kopera’s perjury and held, in Douglas v. State, 423 Md. 156, 165 (2011), that a hearing was required, we conclude that the circuit court erred in denying Carver a hearing on his petition for a writ of actual innocence.

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HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES COMM OF MONTGOMERY CO v. YIANNIS YIALLOUROS

We apply Section 9-202 of the Labor and Employment Article, a provision of the Workers’ Compensation title that authorizes a self-insured employer to recoup benefits paid to a claimant/employee who thereafter recovered a settlement from a third party tort feasor.

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