Posted On: April 27, 2009
Maryland Lawyer Links from the Blogosphere
- Overlawyered has a post on letting jurors ask questions. I would love a system where the jurors asked questions of the lawyers
- Average malpractice verdicts and settlements in Maryland.
- The Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog on why malpractice lawsuits are needed, particularly in Maryland, to protect the public
- Market share data for Maryland car insurance companies. GEICO and State Farm are clearly the two big players in the Maryland auto insurance market.
- Maryland lawyer Brett Weiss of Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, testified before the U.S. Congress House and Judiciary Committee on bankruptcy and credit issues
- Montgomery County fireman settled his wrongful termination lawsuit
- Annapolis settles a police brutality lawsuit
- The ACLU may file a lawsuit against Prince George’s County to stop the school board from starting meetings with a prayer. At some point, do we need to fight the battle over something so harmless? If you are an atheist, are you really offended?
- Trial court in Montgomery County rules that Maryland medical malpractice cap does not apply in cases where arbitration was waived.
- The Maryland courts seem determined to get rid of slip and fall lawsuits in Maryland.
- The history of shoulder pain pump lawsuits.
- The Wall Street Journal Law Blog offers some real insight into what big firm associates should be doing: keep your head down and work. This piece of brilliance is sponsored by big firm law partners everywhere.
- Maryland Malpractice Lawyer Blog on the chances of a successful malpractice lawsuit statistically
- The TortsProf Blog has its own roundup of links. The have not linked to me in a while which is beginning to hurt my feelings.