Anderson, Coe & King maintains an active appellate practice. We have handled hundreds of civil appeals before Maryland state appellate courts and the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
- Convincing the Maryland Court of Appeals to issue the third mandamus in the Court’s history against a circuit court judge for overstepping his authority in a medical malpractice case in St. Joseph Medical Center Inc. v. Turnbull, 432 Md. 259 (2013).
- Reaffirmed Maryland’s assumption of risk doctrine, noting that a voluntary participant in an athletic event assumes all risks that are incidental to the sport, including the risk that someone else may be negligent in American Powerlifting Ass'n v. Cotillo, 401 Md. 658 (2007).
- Established that a cause of action does not exist in Maryland for “wrongful life” in Kassama v. Magat, 368 Md. 113 (2002).
- Established that a potentially disruptive personal injury plaintiff who lacks the capacity to assist counsel may be barred from appearing in the liability phase of a trial in Green v. North Arundel Hospital Association, 366 Md. 597 (2001), cert. denied, 535 U.S. 1055 (2002).