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758-1447 Board of Education of Prince George’s County, et al. v. Stephanie Lynn Marks-Sloan


Abbey G. Hairston, Esquire (301) 441-1400 MVA / Employment


Te Honorable Michael R. Pearson Circuit Court for Prince George’s County


Ms. Marks-Sloan, a school bus driver, was involved in an accident with a second school bus. After Ms. Marks-Sloan received workers’ compensation, she sued the Board for her injuries. On appeal, the Board challenges the Circuit Court’s refusal to grant its motion for summary judgment. Te Board also argues that it had a conflict of interest between its role as employer and indemnifier.


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759-1582 Tierra Jones et al. v. Housing Authority of Baltimore City


David F. Albright, Jr., Esquire (410) 727-2168 Personal Injury


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757-1330 Jennifer Peckman v.


Richard McNerney, et al.


Shane Nikoao, Esquire (410) 263-3001 Wrongful Death / Expert Witness


Te Honorable John F. Fader II & Tomas J. Bollinger, Sr. Circuit Court for Baltimore County


Te Plaintiff ’s father died in a jet-ski accident. Te Circuit Court struck the Plaintiff ’s expert witnesses, which led to the Defendant successfully filing for summary judgment. Te Plaintiff ’s appeal questions whether the Circuit Court abused its discretion in striking the experts and erred in granting summary judgment.


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Te Honorable Stuart R. Berger Circuit Court for Baltimore City


In a case involving childhood lead-paint poisoning, the Circuit Court granted the Housing Authority’s motion for summary judgment on LGTCA grounds.


argues that intervening caselaw demands a different result with respect to the Authority’s immunity.


760-1681 Judy Nakada v. Office of the Comptroller


Joel A. Smith, Esquire (410) 244-1010 State Employment


Te Honorable Laura Kiessling Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County


Judy Nakada was fired from her job at the Office of the Comptroller. An ALJ affirmed her dismissal. On appeal, Nakada challenges whether the Comptroller afforded her her rights under § 11-106 of the State Personnel and Pensions Article.


58 Trial Reporter / Winter 2012 On appeal, the Plaintiff


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