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Criminal Law


Te Honorable Richard Bernhardt Circuit Court for Howard County


Whether a dismissal for failure to prosecute should be vacated if the clerk does not send the notice of contemplated dismissal to counsel for the plaintiff and then fails to send the order to counsel as provided under the applicable rules.


744-2177 A.J. Campbell v.


Janice Cole


Michelle E. Stawinski, Esquire (240) 304-6487 Property/Negligence


742-02309 Alan Clark v. State of Maryland


Alan Clark, Pro Se (202) 778-3627 Employment/State Tort Claims


Te Honorable Kaye A. Allison Circuit Court for Baltimore City


Is there substantial compliance with the notice requirement of the Maryland Tort Claims Act where technical notice was not timely given, but the State had actual notice of the relevant facts and performed an investigation within the notice period?


743-1282 Sherwood Brands, Inc. v. Great American Insurance Co.


Albert D. Brault, Esquire (301) 424-1060 Insurance Coverage


Te Honorable Mary Beth McCormick Circuit Court for Montgomery County


In this coverage dispute, the issue is whether Section 19-110 of the Insurance Article requires the insurance company to make a showing of actual prejudice before denying coverage for the insured’s failure to comply with notice provisions in the policy.


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IME’s, Internal Medicine, Physical Therapy


Te Honorable William Rowan Circuit Court for Montgomery County


In this case, a garage was damaged as a result of increased hydrostatic pressure due to an upper landowner’s redirection of water. At issue is whether the lower land owner was negligent in failing to upgrade a retaining wall to accommodate the upper landowner’s redirection of surface water.


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