As many of you know, I answer a lot of questions on AVVO. Providing quick answers to commonly asked legal questions is one way I choose to give back to the community. A great bulk of the questions on Avvo concern landlord/tenant relationships. Lately, it seems that there’s been a recurring string of questions on [...]
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In my previous Civil Litigation 101 blog discussing Maryland Rule 2-432 – Motions Upon Failure to Provide Discovery, I noted that Maryland courts do NOT like when parties to a lawsuit fail to play by the rules. When a party fails: (1) to attend a deposition; (2) to provide Answers to Interrogatories and/or Responses to [...]