Legal Memorandum: Financial Information Evidence

Issue: Is it an abuse of discretion for a trial court to refuse to allow plaintiff to refer to their notes regarding income lost?

Area of Law: Litigation & Procedure
Keywords: Financial Information evidence; Notes of income lost
Jurisdiction: Maryland
Cited Cases: 745 A.2d 1026
Cited Statutes: None
Date: 08/01/2008

See Admiral Mortgage, Inc. v. Cooper, 357 Md. 533, 545, 745 A.2d 1026, 1032 (2000) (no error in allowing financial information into evidence that was prepared during trial, given that opponent knew claim was being made and it “had an opportunity, albeit a limited one, to examine the detailed statement produced”; observing that draconian sanctions “are normally reserved for persistent and deliberate violations”).


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