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Recent Articles

Maryland Condominium Claims

An analysis of the Maryland Condominium Act and the interplay between it, master policy and HO-6 provisions, including the 2001 amendments to the Maryland Statute.

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Three Year Suit Limitations Invalid in Maryland

A summary of Chevy Chase Bank, F.S.B. v. Allstate Insurance Company (Civil Action MJG-02-2447), is presented by Partner Timothy Bambrick, who focuses his practice on property insurance matters. 

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Concurrent Causation Language Held Applicable in First Party Loss

In an case involving surface water damage to a home in Maryland on June 2, 2006, the Court ruled in favor of Libery Mutual Insurance Company, the carrier of the homeowner's policy, due to the concurrent causation language found in the policy. 

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Past Articles

Regulation Best Interest: Higher Standards for Broker-Dealers, Strengthened Protections for Investor

On June 5, 2019, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) approved a new regulation…

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When “Going Green” Isn’t Attractive – MD Court of Special Appeals Determines HOA Architectural Commi

The Maryland Court of Special Appeals provides helpful guidelines to homeowners and HOAs in addressing…

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Regulation Best Interest: Higher Standards for Broker-Dealers, Strengthened Protections for Clients

In June, the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) adopted a new regulation, Regulation…

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The Requirements and Impact of the Insurance Data Security Model Law

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners recommended that states pass the Insurance Data…

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SEC Imposes New Requirements for Brokers and Advisers in Adoption of Regulation Best Interest

On June 5, 2019, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved the Regulation Best Interest,…

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