Volume 25, Number 2, Fall, 1994
Getting the Lead Out: A Practitioner's View of the New Maryland Lead Laws
Christopher Brown, D. Robert Enten, Lisa Kershner, and Jeanne B. Gardner
Commentary: Maryland Discovery Changes: Reform or Retreat?
John A. Lynch Jr.
Recent Developments: Ibanez v. Florida Dept. of Business and Professional Regulation, Bd. of Accountancy: State Bears Burden of Demonstrating That Truthful Disclosure of Certified Financial Planner and Certified Public Accountant Designations in Commercial Speech Is Actually, Inherently, or Potentially Misleading; or Advances a Substantial State Interest by the Least Intrusive Means if It Desires to Restrict Such Speech
Fiorello J.P. Vicencio Jr.
Recent Developments: Attorney Grievance Comm'n v. Joehl: Pattern of Deceit on Bar Application and in Subsequent Disciplinary Proceedings Violates Maryland Rules of Professional Conduct and Warrants Disbarment
Robin Rucker Gaillard
Recent Developments: Carroll v. State: Police May Make Warrantless Entries into Homes to Investigate Burglaries under the Exigent Circumstances Exception to the Warrant Requirement of the Fourth Amendment
Kimberley S. Wright Jones
Recent Developments: Hartford Ins. v. Manor Inn: State's Duty to Protect against Third Party Injuries Does Not Override Recognized Tort Law Principle of Intervening Causation in Negligence Actions
Lisa Y. Johnson
Recent Developments: State v. Henson: Time between a First and Second Arrest Arising out of the Same Criminal Act Is Not Included in Speedy Trial Analysis if Charges Are Dismissed in Good Faith
Nicole L. Baines
Recent Developments: Jones v. State: It Is within the Trial Judge's Discretion to Determine Which Crime of Violence Constitutes the Third Conviction for the Purpose of Imposing an Enhanced Sentence under Article 27, § 643B(C)
Dana G. Vogts
Recent Developments: Powell v. Maryland Aviation Admin.: Court's Finding of Guilt in Criminal Case May Be Used in State Administrative Hearing as Evidence of Misconduct, but May Not Be Given Conclusive Effect