Professor Alberto Bernabe -
The John Marshall Law School
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Maryland Court of Appeals upholds cap on damages against local governments
I recently reported that the Indiana Court of Appeals upheld the
constitutionality of that state's damages cap for claims against the
state (see here) and that a Tennessee circuit court judge ruled that the state's cap on non-economic damages is unconstitutional (see here). Now comes news that the Maryland Court of Appeals has upheld that state's cap on damages against local governments. (Go here for the story and more links).