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Maryland Employee Leasing Case Law

Please find, below, selected case laws decided by Supreme Court of Maryland or Court of Appeals of Maryland where the terms employee leasing has been mentioned. You are not to rely on these cases as legal advice nor should you rely on them for accuracy. Please see Terms of Service.

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Anne Arundel County Board of Education v. Norville - 12/12/2005
Bell, C.J. Raker Wilner Cathell Harrell Battaglia Greene, JJ. Bell, C.J., joins in the judgment only. The case is a suit alleging age discrimination based upon the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA), 29...

Kelly v. Consolidated Delivery Co. - 12/6/2005
Hollander, Eyler, Deborah S., Woodward, JJ. William W. Kelly, the appellant, challenges a judgment by the Circuit Court for Baltimore County affirming a decision by the Workers' Compensation Commission ("Commission") denying him...

Haas v. Lockheed Martin Corp. - 12/5/2005
Davis, Eyler, James R., Barbera, JJ. This case requires us to interpret Md. Code (1998 Repl. Vol.), art. 49B, § 42 and the Montgomery County Code § 27-19 (2001) to determine when the statute of limitations begins to run on an...

Cruickshank-Wallace v. County Banking and Trust Co. - 10/31/2005
Kenney, Eyler, Deborah S., Adkins, JJ. In the Circuit Court for Cecil County, County Banking and Trust Company ("the Bank"), the appellee, sued Bonnie Cruickshank Wallace ("Bonnie"), the appellant, for actual and constructive...

Edenbaum v. Schwarcz-Osztreicherne - 10/28/2005
Kenney, Krauser, Bloom, Theodore G., (Retired, specially assigned) JJ. Appellant Jonathan Edenbaum and appellee Klara Schwarcz-Osztreicherne ("Schwarcz") comprise the officers, directors and shareholders of Liberty Assisted...

Stanley v. American Federation of State and Municipal Employees Local No. 553 - 10/6/2005
Eyler, Deborah S., Barbera, Wenner, William W., (retired, specially assigned), JJ. This appeal has its genesis in a union's refusal to arbitrate a member's grievance with his employer. In 2000, Ramon Stanley, appellant, was...

McClellan v. Dep't of Public Safety and Correctional Services - 9/19/2005
Hollander, Eyler, Deborah S., Alpert, Paul E. (Ret'd, Specially Assigned), JJ. In a final administrative proceeding, Stanley McClellan, the appellant, was terminated from his employment as a Correctional Officer II with the...

Ridgely v. Montgomery County - 9/15/2005
Hollander, Eyler, Deborah S., Barbera, JJ. The Circuit Court for Montgomery County granted summary judgment in favor of Montgomery County, the appellee, in an employment discrimination action based on disability brought by Donald...

Hodgson v. Flippo Construction Co. - 9/15/2005
Eyler, James R., Krauser, Barbera, JJ. The issue before us is whether the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission had jurisdiction over a workers' compensation claim filed by Carlos Hodgson, a Maryland resident, against Flippo...

Public Service Commission of Maryland v. Wilson - 9/13/2005
Bell, C.J. Raker Wilner Cathell Harrell Battaglia Greene, JJ. We are called upon in this case to review the termination, brief reinstatement, and re-termination of Chrys Wilson in her employment with the Maryland Public Service...

Design Kitchen and Baths v. Lagos - 9/12/2005
Bell, C.J. Raker Wilner Cathell Harrell Battaglia Greene JJ. Harrell, J., Dissents We granted certiorari in this case to decide the eligibility of an undocumented alien to receive workers' compensation pursuant to Maryland...

Shabazz v. Bob Evans Farms - 9/2/2005
Eyler, Deborah S., Adkins, Thieme, Raymond G., Jr. (Ret'd, Specially Assigned), JJ. In the Circuit Court for Prince George's County, Wendy Shabazz filed a two-count complaint against Bob Evans Farms, Inc. ("Bob Evans"), and Brian...

Gray v. State - 8/10/2005
Bell, C.J., Raker, Wilner, Cathell, Harrell, Battaglia, Greene, JJ. On January 10, 1990, Randy Hudson was fatally shot in Baltimore City. As a result of that shooting, on April 17, 1991, Julian Gray, petitioner in this case, was...

Solberg v. Majerle Management - 7/18/2005
Bell, C.J., Raker, Wilner, Cathell, Harrell, Battaglia, Greene, JJ. This is a breach-of-lease action in which the District Court, and on appeal the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, ruled for the landlord. The action...

Felland Limited Partnership v. Digi-Tel Communication - 12/22/2004
This is a private action, for monetary damages, under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, 47 U.S.C. § 227, against an employer based upon an employee's alleged violations of the federal statute. The alleged violations consisted of...

City of Bowie - 12/16/2004
Wilner, J., Concurs This case arises from a Petition for Judicial Review filed by the City of Bowie, Maryland, (hereinafter "City" or "Bowie") petitioner, in the Circuit Court for Prince George's County of the decision of the...

Lizzi v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - 12/9/2004
This case concerns the viability of a lawsuit brought by Christopher T. Lizzi, petitioner, who, on August 27, 1999, filed a three-count complaint in the Circuit Court for Prince George's County alleging that respondents, the Washington...

Abrams v. American Tennis Courts - 12/9/2004
Carl Abrams filed a complaint in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County against his former employer, American Tennis Courts, Inc. ("ATC"). ATC filed a motion for summary judgment, which was granted on the basis that Abrams was barred...

Norville v. Anne Arundel County Board of Education - 12/6/2004
This case involves a claim of age discrimination in employment, brought under federal and Maryland law. We must determine whether, in a suit initiated by a former employee of a county board of education, the school board is an arm of...

Heery International - 12/6/2004
This case represents an initiative by Heery International, Inc. ("Heery International") and Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, P.C. ("HOK") (sometimes collectively referred to as "Heery") to circumvent Montgomery County's (the "County")...

Towson University v. Conte - 11/17/2004
Bell, C.J. and Eldridge, J., dissent. In this case, we must decide whether or to what extent a jury may examine or review the factual bases of an employer's decision to terminate an employee in the absence of an express directive...

Stevenson v. Branch Banking and Trust Corp. - 11/17/2004
Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T;, appellee and cross-appellant, fired Senior Vice President J. Diane Stevenson, appellant and cross-appellee, because her leadership of the bank's Maryland Region did not satisfy its...

Solomon v. Solomon - 9/13/2004
In 2000, Michael Solomon, Petitioner, and Nancy L. Solomon, Respondent, then husband and wife, initiated proceedings in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County seeking an absolute divorce, determinations as to child custody and...

Uninsured Employers' Fund v. Danner - 9/8/2004
In this appeal from the Workers' Compensation Commission, by way of the Circuit Court for Baltimore County, the issue is not the correctness of the award of benefits to the claimant, nor is it the unquestioned obligation of the...

Moore v. Component Assembly Systems - 9/7/2004
This expedited appeal is from a decision of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City affirming a decision of the Workers' Compensation Commission, that discontinued a claimant's temporary total disability benefits after scheduled remedial...

Arroyo v. Board of Education of Howard County - 6/10/2004
This case concerns a decision by the Board of Education of Howard County ("County Board"), respondent, to terminate the employment of Robert Arroyo, petitioner, a guidance counselor employed by the Howard County Public School System...

Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Ashworth - 6/9/2004
The Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland, the petitioner, by Bar Counsel, acting pursuant to Maryland Rule 16-751, filed a Petition For Disciplinary or Remedial Action against Joseph C. Ashworth, the respondent. The petition...

King v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. - 6/4/2004
This action was brought by the insureds against the insurer on a policy of underinsured motorist (UIM) insurance. Trial was before a jury. The Circuit Court for Baltimore City, at the request of the insurer, forbade the parties from...

Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Somerville - 2/17/2004
The Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland, the petitioner, by Bar Counsel filed, pursuant to Maryland Rule 16-751 of the Maryland Rules of Procedure, a Petition For Disciplinary Or Remedial Action, against Sally L. Somerville, the...

Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Davis - 2/11/2004
Bell, C.J., Wilner and Harrell, JJ., dissent On November 12, 2002, the Attorney Grievance Commission, acting through Bar Counsel, filed a petition with this Court for disciplinary action against respondent Gary E. Davis, charging...

Edwards Systems Technology v. Corbin - 2/10/2004
In this case, the petitioners contend that the combined operation of Prince George's County anti-discrimination ordinances and a state statute violates Article XI-A of the Maryland Constitution. The state statute, Maryland Code (1957,...

Bank of America v. Stine - 12/30/2003
I. The limited issue that has been certified to this court by the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and which we must answer, is whether, when a garnishment is avoided as a preferential transfer, a...

Lizzi v. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority - 12/22/2003
Appellant, Christopher T. Lizzi, sued appellees, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ("WMATA") and seven individuals employed by WMATA, for unlawful termination of employment. On motion of appellees, the Circuit Court...

Bourne v. Center on Children - 12/11/2003
This case arises out of an employment dispute between Hayden Bourne, appellant, a former church pastor, and appellees, who are part of the Church of the Nazarene, an international Christian religious denomination (the Church). Hayden...

Fitzgerald v. R & R Trucking - 12/11/2003
On August 24, 2001, appellant Larry T. Fitzgerald filed a claim with the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission (Commission). The claim emanated from a work-related accident that occurred on January 10, 2001, when appellant...

Superior Court of California - 12/1/2003
This procedural quagmire is rooted in a 1991 California paternity judgment (the "Paternity Judgment"), obtained by default, and a 1998 California child support judgment (the "Child Support Judgment"), also obtained by default. Both...

Southern Management Corporation v. Taha - 11/25/2003
Bell, C.J. and Raker, J., dissent In the case now before us, Mukhtar Taha sued Southern Management Corporation (hereinafter "SMC") and two of its employees for malicious prosecution solely under a theory of respondeat superior...

Smack v. Department of Health and Mental Hygiene - 11/18/2003
Presented in this case is the issue whether termination of a probationary employee, for whom cause for termination may exist and of which the probationary employee has been apprised as the basis for the termination, may proceed without...

Cheek v. United Healthcare of Mid-Atlantic - 11/13/2003
Harrell, J. dissents The issue in this case is whether a valid and enforceable arbitration agreement exists between an employer and an employee when the employer has reserved the right to, within its sole discretion, alter,...

Montgomery v. Eastern Correctional Institution - 11/10/2003
On 9 September 1999, Petitioner, Sheila Montgomery, an administrative assistant in the Warden's Office at the Eastern Correctional Instituition ("the ECI") in Westover, Maryland, filed a personnel grievance against her then supervisor,...

Jones v. Potomac Edison Company - 11/6/2003
This appeal is from a judgment of the Circuit Court for Washington County that affirmed a decision of the Workers' Compensation Commission (the Commission) denying appellant, Charles N. Jones, temporary total disability benefits. ...

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority v. Hewitt - 10/31/2003
In this appeal, we are called upon to construe the language of a Workers' Compensation Commission rule governing the payment of approved fees to attorneys for successful claimants. Appellant, Washington Metropolitan Area Transit...

Saadeh v. Saadeh - 3/28/2003
The Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County granted a motion for judgment in favor of Saadeh, Inc., and its workers' compensation insurer, Ohio Casualty Insurance Company ("Ohio Casualty"), the appellees, at a bench trial of a workers'...

Friolo v. Frankel - 3/17/2003
Maryland statutes permit a court, in certain actions to collect wages allegedly due an employee or former employee, to award "reasonable counsel fees" to the plaintiff if he or she is successful in the action. The issue before us is...

Law v. International Union of Operating Engineers Local No. 37 - 3/14/2003
Headnote: Employees sued a local union for negligent misrepresentation in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City. The Circuit Court dismissed the employees' suit ruling that the alleged tort fell under the jurisdiction of the National...

State of Maryland Commission on Human Relations v. Kaydon Ring & Seal - 3/3/2003
The Maryland Commission on Human Relations ("Commission"), the appellant, challenges a judgment of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City reversing the Commission's decision that Kaydon Ring & Seal, Inc. ("Kaydon"), the appellee,...

Tru-Rol Company - 3/3/2003
This case involves the application of the statute of limitations in an occupational deafness case. On July 7, 2000, Arnold C. Yox, appellee, filed a claim with the Workers' Compensation Commission against Tru-Rol Company, Inc., and its...

Cohen v. Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services - 2/27/2003
The principal issue before us is whether an accommodation for a disabled employee is reasonable if it is granted after an unreasonable delay. In other words, is an accommodation delayed, an accommodation denied? Holding that it was...

Ford v. Department of Public Safety - 2/26/2003
Appellant, Barbara Ford, was employed as a correctional officer by the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services ("the Department"). On 14 April 1999, the Department filed a Notice of Termination against appellant, charging...

Pope-Payton v. Realty Management Services - 1/31/2003
Tanya Pope-Payton ("Ms. Pope-Payton") was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis ("M.S.") on October 6, 2000, while she was employed by Realty Management Services, Inc. ("RMS"). Approximately thirteen months after her diagnosis, Ms....

Danaher v. Department of Labor - 11/27/2002
This appeal is rooted in the discharge of John Richard Danaher, appellant, who was terminated from employment in 1998 by the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation ("DLLR," the "Department," or the "Employer"),...

Medex v. McCabe - 11/14/2002
Bell, C.J. and Cathell, J., dissent This appeal arises out of a suit initiated by Timothy J. McCabe, against his former employer, Medex, to recover unpaid wages under the Maryland Wage Payment Collection Law (the Act), Maryland...

Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Harris - 11/6/2002
Headnote: Indefinite suspension is warranted for an attorney who violated MRPC 1.1, 1.3, 1.4(a) and (b), 1.5, 1.7, 1.8(a) and (j) and 8.4(a) in the representation of two clients. Misc. Docket (Subtitle AG) Dissenting...

Connecticut General Life Insurance Company v. Insurance Commissioner for the State of Maryland - 11/4/2002
We issued a writ of certiorari in this case to determine whether certain provisions of the Maryland Insurance Code, in the Health Insurance title, are preempted by the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA), 88...

Turner v. Turner - 9/30/2002
This appeal arises from two law suits instituted by E. Diane Turner, appellant, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. One involves the dissolution of the marriage of appellant and Donald Turner, appellee. The other concerns Mr....

Moore v. Norouzi - 9/25/2002
Cathell, J., Dissents In these consolidated appeals, we have been asked to address whether: by notice to a third party claims administrator acting on behalf of a local government, the petitioners, Robert Moore ("Moore") and...

Young v. Anne Arundel County - 9/11/2002
In this appeal, we have been asked to decide whether Gail Young, appellant, the widow of Charles Young, Jr. (the "Decedent" or "Young"), is entitled to recover survivor pension benefits from Anne Arundel County (the "County"),...

Smith and Anderson - 9/9/2002
The arbitration panel awarded LaPointe monies owed him in back wages and bonuses. At the request of LaPointe and over the objection of R&M; the court confirmed the award. Still pending was R&M;s counterclaim alleging that...

Mehrling v. Nationwide Insurance Company - 9/9/2002
The Insurance Commissioner of the Maryland Insurance Administration ("the MIA") entered a Final Order on 19 July 1999, purporting to dispose of a complaint filed with the MIA by Barbara Mehrling, Petitioner, against Nationwide...

Elkton Care Center Associates Limited Partnership v. Quality Care Management - 8/29/2002
In the Circuit Court for Cecil County, a jury (the Honorable Dexter M. Thompson, Jr., presiding) found that Elkton Care Center Associates Limited Partnership t/a Medpointe (Medpointe), appellant, breached its contract with Quality Care...

Wholey v. Sears Roebuck - 6/19/2002
Raker and Wilner, JJ. concur Bell, C.J. and Eldridge, J. dissent The decisional issue before this Court is whether Maryland recognizes a common law public policy exception to the at-will employee doctrine whereby...

Tyma v. Montgomery County - 6/14/2002
The question this case presents is whether Montgomery County, Maryland, ("the appellee" or "the County"), exceeded its authority under, or otherwise contravened, State and federal law by enacting an ordinance that extends employment...

Jordan Towing - 6/12/2002
The Baltimore County Department of Permits and Development Management (DPM) granted a towing license to Jordan Towing, Inc., appellant. In response to the issuance of that license, Hebbville Auto Repair, Inc., Varsity Auto Repair,...

Plein v. Department of Labor - 6/12/2002
Eldridge, Cathell and Battaglia, JJ., dissent The issue this case presents is whether the decision of a divided Court, in Total Audio-Visual Systems, Inc. v. Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, 360 Md. 387, 758 A.2d...

Collins v. Collins - 5/30/2002
Lieutenant Colonel Daniel Collins ("Lt. Col. Collins") appeals a decision of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County disposing of marital property, awarding child support, and awarding attorney's fees to appellee, Cynthia Collins,...

Hood v. Alltrista Corp. - 3/4/2002
Adkins, J. The issue in this appeal is whether the Workers' Compensation Commission (the "Commission") has authority to award attorney's fees for work performed on behalf of a claimant who had no dependents and died while her...

Watson v. Twin City Fire Insurance Co. - 3/4/2002
Appellant, David Watson, Jr., the sole proprietor of a home improvement business, obtained an insurance policy from Twin City Fire Insurance Co. ("Twin City") for bodily injuries, fatal or nonfatal, accidently suffered in the course of...

Stokes v. American Airlines - 2/1/2002
Lewis Stokes and his employer, American Airlines, Inc., return to this Court on a seven-year-old workers' compensation claim. Stokes originally lost his claim before the Workers' Compensation Commission, but won an award from a jury in...

City of Frederick v. Shankle - 12/4/2001
The issue before us in this workers' compensation case is whether, when a police officer (or fire fighter) seeks compensation for heart disease as an occupational disease and relies on the presumption of compensability provided in...

Lovelace v. Anderson - 12/3/2001
In this tort case, an off-duty Baltimore City police officer, Kenneth Anderson, was employed by a hotel as a private security guard. While Anderson was on duty as a security guard at the hotel, two men entered the hotel lobby and...

Pleasants Investments Limited Partnership v. State Department of Assessments and Taxation - 12/3/2001
This case arises out of the Tax Court's rejection of appellants' petition for planned development assessment of their respective properties under Md. Code Ann. (1986, 1993 Supp.), § 8-220 et seq. of the Tax Property Article ("TP"). ...

Green v. North Arundel Hospital Association - 11/27/2001
Rodowsky, J., concurs and dissents, Bell, C.J., dissents Before us is a medical malpractice action that commenced in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City but was eventually tried in the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County....

Carey v. Chessie Computer Services - 11/14/2001
This workers' compensation case has a complicated procedural history, having bounced back and forth between the Workers' Compensation Commission ("Commission")and the Circuit Court for Baltimore County several times; each time...

Breitenbach v. N.B. Handy Company - 11/8/2001
The question this case presents is whether a workers' compensation claimant, who has been injured in the course of employment and is receiving medical treatment pursuant to an award by the Maryland Workers' Compensation Commission (the...

Shipley v. Perlberg - 9/6/2001
This case is about whether a corporate officer and director is individually liable for lead paint injuries to the resident of a corporately owned property. Steven Shipley, appellant, sued Marvin Perlberg ("Perlberg"), appellee, for...

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