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761-1853 Ricky Edwards v. Stephen Fisher,M.D., et al.


Henry I. Greenberg, Esquire (410) 539-5250 Civil Procedure


Te Honorable Evelyn Omega Cannon Circuit Court for Baltimore City


Ricky Edwards sued the Defendants, two physicians, for medical malpractice in Baltimore City. Te Circuit Court transferred the case to Baltimore County based on improper venue. Te question on appeal is whether venue in Baltimore City was proper if one of the two defendants lived or worked in Baltimore City.


762-1928 Myesha Curtis v. Tarin Gabrielson, et al.


Norris C. Ramsey, Esquire (410) 448-1996 Workers’ Compensation


Te Honorable Stuart J. Berger Circuit Court for Baltimore City


Myesha Curtis sued the Defendants, alleging that a


coworker kicked her, and that her supervisors failed to take corrective action. Te Circuit Court found that the Workers’ Compensation statute barred several of the Plaintiff ’s claims. Te validity of that ruling is the subject of the Plaintiff ’s appeal.


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