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TT&H Attorney Mike Bliley wins unanimous reversal before Supreme Court of Virginia on Workers’ Compensation case
Attorney Mike Bliley, head of our Virginia Workers’ Compensation practice, appealed a Workers’ Compensation case to the Supreme Court of Virginia. On October 15, 2020 Mike won a unanimous reversal, marking the first time the Supreme Court of Virginia has issued a reversal on a Workers’ Compensation appeal in over five years. The Claimant, a…
PENNSYLVANIA CASE LAW UPDATE Gabriel v. WCAB (Proctor and Gamble Products Co.), 2020 WL 5491931 (Pa. Cmwlth., filed September 11, 2020) In a reported opinion, the Commonwealth Court held that an employer’s dispute of a medical-only claim did not constitute a reasonable contest, and that attorneys’ fees should have been assessed by the WCJ. Background: …
CLIENT ADVISORIES MARYLAND CLIENT ADVISORIES Maryland adopts Daubert factors when considering admissibility of expert testimony In its last opinion of the 2019 term, Maryland’s Court of Appeals, in a 4-3 decision, overruled its prior case law on expert testimony and formally adopted the Daubert reliability factors for all expert testimony. See Rochkind v. Stevenson, No….
TT&H Attorneys Scott McCarroll and Amanda Hennessey win dismissal of negligence lawsuit filed in Federal Court
On September 29, 2020, Scott McCarroll and Amanda Hennessey (Harrisburg office), won the dismissal of a negligence case filed in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. The Plaintiff’s action sought recovery for property damage sustained as a result of a delivery of heating oil to a home that had not…
MARYLAND CLIENT ADVISORY Effective October 1, judgment creditors can no longer seek license suspension though the Motor Vehicle Administration. Effective October 1, 2020, under Chapter law 149, Sections 17-204 to 17-207 of the Transportation Article are repealed. Previously, these sections of the Transportation Article permitted a judgment creditor to request the Motor Vehicle Administration to…
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