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General Assembly Ponders Changes to Maryland Medical Malpractice

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The General Assembly of Maryland is considering legislation that would adjust state laws concerning medical malpractice, as reported by The Baltimore Sun. The proposed legislation would enable doctors to admit to and apologize for mistakes immediately, without worrying about their statements resurfacing in a medical malpractice lawsuit. The hope is that doctors and hospitals… Read More »

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DUI & DWI Charges Assessed for Maryland State Police Trooper

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A Maryland State Police trooper faces DUI and DWI charges after crashing into a passenger vehicle, according to an article by CBS Baltimore. The trooper was driving a state police vehicle late on a Sunday in Cecil County when he slammed into the rear of a passenger vehicle. The driver and child passenger escaped… Read More »

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Police Misconduct Scandal Raging in Baltimore

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After two separate body camera videos surfaced this summer – seeming to show Baltimore officers engaged in police misconduct by planting of evidence – authorities are questioning the validity of certain criminal cases, according to an article by NPR. In one video, a Baltimore Police Department (BPD) officer appears to plant illegal drugs in… Read More »

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What is the Maryland Approach to Workers’ Compensation?

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

Since the turn of the 20th century, workers’ compensation laws have protected workers who suffer an injury on the job. Workers’ compensation replaced the old approach that required an employee to sue their employer for negligence to recover for lost wages or medical bills. But negligence can be difficult to prove, resulting in roadblocks… Read More »

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Md. appellate court again clarifies jurisdiction in custody-with-cohabitation cases

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By: Heather Cobun March 29, 2017 A circuit court has jurisdiction to resolve a child custody dispute when the parents are still living together and regardless of their marital status, the Court of Special Appeals has held. The ruling in Holbrook v. Newell, extends the logic of a 2006 Court of Appeals case, Ricketts… Read More »

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Mediation: What are you looking for?

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by Cecilia B. Paizs Almost since mediation became a process, there has been debate over how a mediator should conduct the mediation process. Most of the literature indicates that mediators tend to follow either a bargaining style of mediation or a therapeutic style of mediation. It is helpful to understand the differences between the… Read More »

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Does Defensive Medicine Impact the Cost of Healthcare?

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By: Paul Giancola Healthcare in the United States costs at least two to three times as much as healthcare in other developed countries. One of the reasons usually given is defensive medicine – doctors who order unnecessary tests and procedures due to fear of being sued. Some also argue that such treatments unnecessarily drive… Read More »

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Is Your Arbitration Agreement Enforceable?

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Posted on: April 6, 2017 By: Andrew Sniegowski Health care providers may favor arbitration due to the perception that it is a faster, less expensive alternative to litigation. State and federal policy favors arbitration for the same reasons. Because of the strong public policy favoring arbitration, doubts as to whether a case is subject… Read More »

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Investigation Shuts Down Firearm Burglary Ring

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Six Indicted for Alleged Conspiracy to Commit Thefts of Firearms, Rifles and Shotguns for Use in Drug Trafficking and Violent Crimes BALTIMORE, MD (April 17, 2017) Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced the indictment of six individuals for allegedly conspiring to commit burglaries in order to steal firearms, rifles and shotguns. The… Read More »

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Investigation Shuts Down Firearm Burglary Ring Six Indicted for Alleged Conspiracy to Commit Thefts of Firearms, Rifles and Shotguns for Use in Drug Trafficking and Violent Crimes

By Iamele & Iamele, LLP |

BALTIMORE, MD (April 17, 2017) Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today announced the indictment of six individuals for allegedly conspiring to commit burglaries in order to steal firearms, rifles and shotguns. The indictments and arrests come at the end of a yearlong investigation that was the product of >collaboration between the Bureau of… Read More »

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