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Anderson, Coe & King wins summary judgment in Randallstown High School shooting case on behalf of Balt. County Board of Education

ACK obtained summary judgment in Henderson, et al. v. Evans, et al. in favor of the Board of Education of Baltimore County.  The case arose from the

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Anderson, Coe & King obtains dismissal of civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Board of Education Members

The United States District Court for the District of Maryland recently granted a motion to dismiss filed by Gregory L. VanGeison and Cullen B. Casey

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AC&K wins trial on behalf of Frederick Memorial Hospital

Following a three-week trial in the Circuit Court of Frederick County, Maryland, Partners, J. Michael Sloneker and Jonathan A. Cusson, obtained

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Anderson, Coe & King Obtains Dismissal of Amended Complaint and Certificate of Qualified Expert on Behalf of Physicians and Hospital in Medical Malpractice Lawsuit.

Representing a major Baltimore Hospital in a wrongful death claim in the Circuit Court of Baltimore City, Michael Sloneker successfully challenged

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ACK attorneys listed in 2009 Super Lawyers

Anderson, Coe & King, LLP is proud to announce that Michael Sloneker is listed in the 2009 issue of Maryland Super Lawyers ® magazine and that

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Anderson, Coe & King Wins Summary Judgment for Electrical Contractor in Annapolis Main Street Fire Litigation

Ryan K. Bautz obtained summary judgment for Washington, D.C. based electrical contractor Central Armature Works, Inc. in a consolidated lawsuit

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Anderson, Coe & King Wins Summary Judgment for Members of Board of Education in Civil Rights Lawsuit.

Gregory L. VanGeison and Cullen B. Casey, obtained summary judgment on behalf of two Kent County, Maryland, Board of Education members in a civil

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Jonathan A. Cusson obtains defense verdict on behalf of the Board of Education of Carroll County.

Following a three-day jury trial in the Circuit Court of Carroll County, Maryland, Jon Cusson obtained a verdict in favor of the Board of Education.

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