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930-02203 Mark M. Smith v. Anne Arundel County


Allen Jack Paltell, Jr., Esq. (410) 267-59440


LGTCA notice


The Honorable William Mulford Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County


The question on appeal in this case is whether numerous letters and emails to the County Office of Law, detailing the complaints by Appellant against his employer, satisfy the notice requirement of the Local Government Tort Claims Act.


931-02698 Shafiq Umar, et al. v. Khurram Shahzad


Cary J. Hansel, Esq. (301) 220-22030


the LEOBR statute of limitations was tolled by the supervisor’s “active and deliberate concealment of” the officer’s wrongdoing.


929-01222


Eric A. Case v. Brodsky, Renehan, Pearlstein, Lastra & Bouquet, CHTD


Richard R. Trunnell, Esq. (410) 721-71640 Civil procedure


The Honorable Ronald B. Rubin Circuit Court for Montgomery County


Appellant-defendant in this case challenges the trial court’s grant of motion for summary judgment, which was filed along with a verified complaint. Appellant argues that the ruling should be reversed because the motion for summary judgment did not have an attached affidavit, there was no specific evidence supporting the verified complaint or motion, and because Appellant submitted an answer, which created a dispute of material fact.


62 Trial Reporter / Winter 2014 Civil conspiracy


The Honorable Sean D. Wallace Circuit Court for Prince George’s County


This case involves counts of breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and civil conspiracy. In a bench trial, Appellant- defendant prevailed on the counts of breach fiduciary duty and fraud, as the trial court found that there was no clear and convincing evidence to support those claims. However, the trial court found against Appellant- defendant on the count of civil conspiracy. The question on appeal is whether civil conspiracy, standing alone, constitutes a cause of action, and whether the trial court’s ruling constituted an irreconcilably inconsistent verdict.#


Biography Cary J. Hansel, III is an attorney with Joseph,


Greenwald & Laake, PA in Greenbelt, Maryland. Mr. Hansel’s practice areas include civil litigation, commercial litigation, and appellate advocacy. He received his JD from the George Washington School of Law.


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