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VICTORIA KELLY v. THE PINNACLE GROUP, LLC, et al. (access required)

While this case was still pending appeal, the Court of Appeals issued two opinions that had a different interpretation of Wage Payment Collection Law. Based on the new case law, appellant asks that we reverse the circuit court’s grant of summary judgment for her employer on her action for overtime wages.

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KENT MARTIN BELL v. STATE OF MARYLAND (access required)

1. Did the court err in failing to dismiss the charges against [Bell] due to a violation of his Constitutional right to a speedy trial? 2. Did the trial court abuse [its] discretion by declining to excuse a juror after she disclosed an emotional reaction to the testimony of the state’s primary witness?

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MICHAEL STEIN v. MARYLAND TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (access required)

As MDTA correctly notes, the sole authority for setting the “Standard Pay Plan” rests with the Secretary of Budget and Management. Moreover, the ALJ properly found geography to be the primary motivation for hiring ICC ERTs at a higher step.

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GENA PEARSON, ET AL. v. THE ESTATE OF ROBERT LEE LYLES, JR., ET AL.

In a medical malpractice case, did the circuit court err in dismissing an informed consent claim based on ambiguity in the allegations? Did the court abuse its discretion by excluding expert testimony for failing to satisfy the causation requirement?

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