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Upon Further Review: A Penalty on Maryland Sports, or Reasonable Compensation?

Posted by Joseph G. Cleaver
Joseph G. Cleaver
As a trial associate at Kramer & Connolly, Mr. Cleaver briefed and argued motions and tried cases throughout M...
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on December 6, 2012
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Debates over University of Maryland’s controversial decision to leave the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Big Ten were inflamed once news spread that UMD is now contractually obligated to pay a $52 million “exit fee” to the ACC.  But is it?

Winning Only Half The Battle: Liability Without Damages

Posted by Joseph G. Cleaver
Joseph G. Cleaver
As a trial associate at Kramer & Connolly, Mr. Cleaver briefed and argued motions and tried cases throughout M...
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on November 29, 2012
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In a lead paint trial earlier this month, a Baltimore City jury found a defendant landlord negligent, but declined to award damages to the plaintiffs. 

Fooled By Fuel Economy Ratings: Going The Distance In Litigation

Posted by Joseph G. Cleaver
Joseph G. Cleaver
As a trial associate at Kramer & Connolly, Mr. Cleaver briefed and argued motions and tried cases throughout M...
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on May 11, 2012
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While everyone knows that the "sticker price" on a new car is always greater than the actual price, what happens when the posted fuel economy ratings on new cars are also inflated?