Employer’s Liability for Employee’s Car Accident in Maryland

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The doctrine of respondeat superior, which has long been recognized in Maryland, holds an employer vicariously liable for the tortious conduct of an employee when the employee is acting within the scope of the employment relationship. It is thus the general rule “that a master is liable for the acts which his servant does with […]

Duty of Corporate Directors to Shareholders in Maryland

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Generally, a board of directors manages the business and affairs of a corporation in Maryland. Unless a transaction or decision must, under Maryland law or under the corporate charter, be approved by the shareholders, the directors exercise the powers of the corporation-either directly or by virtue of the officers they appoint. See C.A. § 2–405.1(b). […]