Spring Issue of the Maryland Bar Journal
Two Semmes Counsel are featured in the Spring 2019 edition of the Maryland Bar Journal.
Cleaveland D. Miller and his colleagues on the MSBA Investments Committee were quoted extensively regarding the Committee’s conservative investment strategy.
Christopher West was also profiled in an article titled “Collaborative Resolutions.” Chris is a member of the Maryland Senate, representing the 42nd District.
Does an employee’s home qualify as a workplace or a work site?
The Maryland Court of Special Appeals concluded that the circuit court erred in ruling that a claimant’s injury at home arose out of and in the course of employment. Semmes principal Michael S. Fox argued last October before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals (CSA). At issue was the Circuit Court for Baltimore County’s Order granting claimant’s motion for judgment at the conclusion of a jury trial which found claimant’s injuries arose out of and in the course of his employment. Full Story