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HTMLNew York Appellate Division Approves RMBS Settlement
Christopher J. Houpt, Matthew D. Ingber; Mayer Brown LLP;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on April 8, 2015
The New York Appellate Division has decided the appeals in the Article 77 proceeding in which The Bank of New York Mellon (BNYM) sought approval relating to an $8.5 billion settlement covering 530 RMBS trusts.1 The settlement—between BNYM, Bank of America, and Countrywide—resolved...

 

HTMLU.S. District Court Examines The Rooker-Feldman Doctrine
Richard J. Medoff; Semmes Bowen Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on March 2015
In Kathleen Morgan v. Geoffrey Scott, a case involving a motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a plaintiff seeking to reverse and remand decisions of the Delaware State Courts, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware concluded that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction...

 

HTMLWhat is a "Non-Disparagement" Clause and Why You May Not Want to Sign One
David Farren; Jaburg Wilk;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015
You settle your case, and the defendant agrees to pay you a lot of money. All that’s left to do is to sign a “standard” settlement agreement prepared by the defendant’s attorney. You get to page 10 and see a paragraph titled “No Disparagement.” You see that this...

 

HTMLD.C. Court of Appeals Reversed Entry of Judgment In Favor Of Defendants, Holding That Trial Court Should Have Examined All Evidence Presented At Trial
Wayne C. Heavener; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on March 2015
In Sullivan v. AboveNet Communications, the District of Columbia’s court of last resort reversed a trial court’s entry of judgment in favor of the defendants in a negligence case. The trial court had reserved ruling on the defendants’ motion for judgment when presented at the...

 

HTMLMaryland Federal District Court Dismisses Plaintiff's Claims Against the Government Under the Federal Tort Claims Act in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit
Jhanelle A. Graham; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on April 2015
In Deidre Horsey v. United States of America, et al., the United States District Court for the District of Maryland was asked to decide a case involving the death of Jy’Zhir Horsey, the infant son of Deidre Horsey ("Ms. Horsey") and Don Hanna, due to alleged medical malpractice with...

 

HTMLU.S. District Court Examines Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(2) Standard
Richard J. Medoff; Semmes Bowen Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on March 2015
In Paul Seegar v. Thomas P. Anticola, et al., a case involving a motion to dismiss for lack of personal jurisdiction pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12(b)(2) in a tort action related to a 2011 plane crash, the United States District Court for the District of Delaware concluded that the...

 

HTMLTrial Court Should Have Given Effect to Federal Pleadings on Remand, and Should Have Allowed Jurisdictional Discovery on Defendants’ Motions to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction
Colleen K. O'Brien; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on April 2015
In Swarey v. Stephenson, No. 1272 (Court of Special Appeals of Maryland, Apr. 1, 2015), Plaintiffs allegedly fell prey to purportedly false asseverations about investment opportunities in undercapitalized shell companies owned and operated by Defendants. Plaintiffs alleged that in searching for...

 

HTMLDefendant Land Owner’s Property Did Not Have Any “Hidden Engine of Destruction,” But Factual Dispute Over Plaintiff’s Status as Licensee or Trespasser Leads to Reversal of Trial Court Grant of Summary Judgment to Defendant
Colleen K. O'Brien; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on March 2015
In Toomer v. William C. Smith & Co., Inc., 13-CV-1210 (District of Columbia Court of Appeals, Mar. 26, 2015), Plaintiff Toomer filed a negligence suit for injuries sustained while climbing a fence owned and maintained by the Defendant property manager. The trial court granted summary judgment...

 

HTMLA Single "Hitler" Comment Is Insufficient for a Title VII Retaliation Claim in the Fifth Circuit
Hera S. Arsen; Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak Stewart P.C.;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on April 6, 2015
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals recently affirmed a judgment against a City of Houston employee who claimed that he was demoted for reporting another employee’s racially offensive comment made during a workplace meeting. According to the federal appellate court, the worker had not engaged...

 

HTMLMaryland’s Intermediate Appellate Court holds that Bank’s Use of “Batch-Processing” Method of Debiting Consumers’ Accounts did not Violate Maryland’s Consumer Protection Act
Wayne C. Heavener; Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation;
Legal Alert/Article
May 1, 2015, previously published on March 2015
In Margolis v. Sandy Spring Bank, Maryland’s intermediate appellate court held that a bank’s practice of “batch-processing” did not violate Maryland’s Consumer Protection Act. “Batch-processing” refers to the practice of debiting a bank customer’s...

 


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