Kloetzli v. Kalmbacher

CourtCourt of Appeals of Maryland
Citation305 Md. 621,505 A.2d 1342
Decision Date24 March 1986
PartiesKloetzli v. Kalmbacher NO. 600 SEPT TERM 1985

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305 Md. 621
505 A.2d 1342
Kloetzli
v.
Kalmbacher
NO. 600 SEPT TERM 1985
Court of Appeals of Maryland
MAR 24, 1986

Reported below: 65 Md.App. 595, 501 A.2d 499.

Denied.

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  • Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. v. Balbos, EAGLE-PICHER
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • September 1, 1989
    ...in the exercise of at least six peremptory challenges." Kloetzli v. Kalmbacher, 65 Md.App. 595, 501 A.2d 499 (1985), cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1986), provides guidance on the appropriate inquiries with which to begin our analysis of the number of peremptory strikes the appel......
  • Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. v. Balbos, EAGLE-PICHER
    • United States
    • Court of Appeals of Maryland
    • September 1, 1991
    ...need not expressly have articulated that finding. See Kloetzli v. Kalmbacher, 65 Md.App. 595, 599, 501 A.2d 499, 501 (1985), cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1986). Petitioners, who had urged in the circuit court that they be treated as an interest adverse to MCIC, do not question ......
  • Sindler v. Litman, No. 1838 September Term, 2004.
    • United States
    • Maryland Court of Special Appeals
    • December 2, 2005
    ...seemingly languished for almost five years, and is altogether unlike Hart v. Miller, 65 Md.App. 620, 501 A.2d 872 [(1985)], cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1985) [(1986)]. There, we determined that the trial court abused its discretion when it dismissed a case for failure of disco......
  • Warehime v. Dell, No. 165
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • December 1, 1998
    ...case had seemingly languished for almost five years, and is altogether unlike Hart v. Miller, 65 Md.App. 620, 501 A.2d 872, cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1985). There, we determined that the trial court abused its discretion when it dismissed a case for failure of discovery, bec......
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5 cases
  • Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. v. Balbos, EAGLE-PICHER
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • September 1, 1989
    ...in the exercise of at least six peremptory challenges." Kloetzli v. Kalmbacher, 65 Md.App. 595, 501 A.2d 499 (1985), cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1986), provides guidance on the appropriate inquiries with which to begin our analysis of the number of peremptory strikes the appel......
  • Eagle-Picher Industries, Inc. v. Balbos, EAGLE-PICHER
    • United States
    • Court of Appeals of Maryland
    • September 1, 1991
    ...need not expressly have articulated that finding. See Kloetzli v. Kalmbacher, 65 Md.App. 595, 599, 501 A.2d 499, 501 (1985), cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1986). Petitioners, who had urged in the circuit court that they be treated as an interest adverse to MCIC, do not question ......
  • Sindler v. Litman, No. 1838 September Term, 2004.
    • United States
    • Maryland Court of Special Appeals
    • December 2, 2005
    ...seemingly languished for almost five years, and is altogether unlike Hart v. Miller, 65 Md.App. 620, 501 A.2d 872 [(1985)], cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1985) [(1986)]. There, we determined that the trial court abused its discretion when it dismissed a case for failure of disco......
  • Warehime v. Dell, No. 165
    • United States
    • Court of Special Appeals of Maryland
    • December 1, 1998
    ...case had seemingly languished for almost five years, and is altogether unlike Hart v. Miller, 65 Md.App. 620, 501 A.2d 872, cert. denied, 305 Md. 621, 505 A.2d 1342 (1985). There, we determined that the trial court abused its discretion when it dismissed a case for failure of discovery, bec......
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