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738-00820 James E. Troxel v.


Iguana Cantina


Charles M. Kerr, Esquire (410) 539-2900 Premises Liability


Te Honorable Wanda Keyes Circuit Court for Baltimore City


In this premises liability case, suit was filed against a bar owner and management in connection with the severe beating of a bar patron by other patrons. Te theory of liability hinged on the allegation that the bar routinely served under-aged patrons, including on the night in question and including the perpetrators of the assault. Te issue is whether these facts present a “dram shop liability” style cause of action, which is not recognized in Maryland, or a recognized premises liability case.


58 Trial Reporter / Summer 2011


740-02189 Peggy E. Smith v. Sang Ho Kim


Joseph C. Ruddy, Jr., Esquire (301) 699-5666 Negligence


Te Honorable Leo E. Green Circuit Court for Montgomery County


Tis case involves allegations of the negligent maintenance of a business vehicle. Tere are two issues on appeal: 1) is expert testimony required to raise a presumption of negligence?; and 2) must res ipsa loquitur be specifically pleaded?


739-223 Robert E. Golden v.


Shoppers Food Warehouse


Tomas Costello (410) 832-8800 Slip and Fall


Te Honorable Michael Finifter Circuit Court for Baltimore County


Broadly speaking, the issue on appeal is whether a store owner may be held liable for failure to clean a spill which causes a fall absent notice of the spill on the theory that the store failed to take reasonable precautions to properly inspect the premises or staff the store. Alternatively, the plaintiff also argues that there is liability based on the theory that the store failed to warn its patrons that it was not sufficiently staffed to patrol for hazards.


741-02488 Randy Akers v. Abbas Syed Farhat


David B. Jackson, Esquire (410) 539-1200 Civil Procedure/Due Process


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