Maryland Law

Risk Management Ideas in the Age of Virtual Court Appearances

March 15, 2021

Virtual court skills are now part of the ever-increasing demands upon lawyers. Trial courts and appeals courts have engaged in the use of virtual technology to allow judicial proceedings to continue notwithstanding the Coronavirus pandemic raging through the country.  Appearing virtually in court presents new and unanticipated challenges to the Bar.  Here, the experienced attorneys…

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Jury Duty Changes to Know as Maryland Courts Reopen This Month

October 15, 2020

This month on October 5th, Maryland resumed jury trials, hoping to bring some sense of normalcy to this tumultuous and unprecedented year. However, although some courts have reopened, it is important to note that there have been many procedural changes that vary by county. Here, the attorneys at Eccleston & Wolf discuss the changes to…

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Maryland Adopts Daubert Standard for Expert Testimony

September 28, 2020

The law has grown for centuries, using precedence as a means of determining certain cases. Two of these cases include Frye v. United States (1923) and Daubert v. Merrell Dow Pharmaceuticals (1993), both of which relate to the admissibility of expert witness testimony.  Here, the Maryland attorneys at Eccleston & Wolf discuss the use of…

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