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Opinions – 4/30/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Consumer Protection Repossession notices under Md. CLEC BOTTOM LINE: District court erred in finding that plaintiff’s claim against bank, brought pursuant to Maryland Credit Grantor Closed End Credit Provisions (“CLEC”) regarding bank’s violation of CLEC notice provision, was preempted by ...

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Law digest: 3/19/12

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Tax Law, Statute of Limitations: Statute of limitations in §13-1104(c)(2)(i) of the Maryland Tax-General Article began to run on refund claim on the date that Internal Revenue Service issued its report, in a Form 4549A, identifying ...

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Caplan, Polashuk named Super Lawyers

Two name partners from Levy, Mann, Caplan, Hermann & Polashuk LLP in Owings Mills have been named Maryland Super Lawyers for 2012. Larry Caplan, who represents many property owners and managers, was selected in real estate law. David Polashuk, who ...

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Law digest: 7/11/11

MARYLAND COURT OF APPEALS Administrative Law, Withdrawal of election to review: Once the District Council of Prince George’s County elects to review a decision, it is not permitted to withdraw that election and it must hold a hearing on the ...

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Opinions – U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals: 7/11/11

Constitutional Law Taxation BOTTOM LINE: For purposes of the Tax Injunction Act, an excise “tax” imposed by a county, which applied only to a single business entity which was unable to pass on the fee to its consumers, was actually ...

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Optimism, uncertainty of tax changes fueled strong 4th quarter

Whether it was increased optimism about the economy or uncertainty about changes in the tax law, the market for buying and selling companies remained strong during the final three months of 2010. The number of mergers and acquisitions involving Maryland ...

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