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Three-Year Md. Limit Applies to Title II ADA Claim (access required)

A Maryland bus rider’s disability discrimination suit alleging the Maryland Transit Administration violated the Americans with Disabilities Act is not untimely; the 4th Circuit says the court should apply the three-year limitations period for a general civil action, not the ...

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Search Warrant Upheld Despite Omitted Fact (access required)

A woman convicted of crimes relat­ing to her unlawful receipt of social security survivors’ benefits for her granddaughters after their mother died cannot overturn her convictions by claiming the agent investigating her and her husband recklessly omit­ted from the affidavit ...

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4th Circuit: Carrier has duty to defend, even if there are excluded claims – Declaratory judgment (access required)

On March 3, 2015, homeowners sued ARC Construction LLC and Ali Ergul, ARC’s manager, in the District of Co­lumbia Superior Court with regard to renovation and demolition work performed on their neighbors’ half of a duplex home. The plaintiffs, who ...

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