Longman & Van Grack Law Blog

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Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Maryland

Breach of Fiduciary Duty in Maryland

In many contexts throughout businesses, nonprofits, legal matters, and estates, individuals are charged with a fiduciary duty that is owed to a beneficiary (individual, estate, or entity). The existence of a fiduciary duty is, in part, a legal creation (1)…

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Fraud Lawsuits in Maryland

Fraud Lawsuits in Maryland

Maryland, like most states, allows for a party to sue another party for fraud. Both individuals and entities (such as corporations or partnerships) can sue for fraud. In Maryland, Fraud is established legally when (i) a party makes a false…

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Unfair Competition in Maryland Courts

Unfair Competition in Maryland Courts

Maryland courts enforce a civil cause of action or tort called Unfair Competition. In Maryland, Unfair Competition is a tort that a party can establish proving that a business or company damaged or jeopardized their business “by fraud, deceit, trickery…

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