Appellate Court Upholds 1.62 Million Jury Verdict. Maryland Court of Special Appeals: KIRSON v. JOHNSON — Md. App. — (2018) APRIL 2, 2018 Torts — Lead poisoning Suzanne C. Shapiro of Suzanne C. Shapiro Law, LLC wrote the winning Brief and Motion to Publish that resulted in the Court of Special Appeals reported decision today…

Appellate Victory in Maryland’s High Court for Victims of Lead Exposure.  Rogers v. Home Equity USA, Inc., (Maryland Court of Appeals May 30, 2017) The Maryland Court of Appeals reversed a reported decision of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. The Court eased the burden of proof as to source causation for victims of environmental…

Rowhouses, Inc. v. Smith Defines Circumstantial Evidence Standard. Suzanne C. Shapiro Law, LLC is proud to be a part of making new law today. The Maryland Court of Appeals clarified the standard for presenting circumstantial evidence to establish causation in toxic tort litigation. Suzanne C. Shapiro wrote the winning brief that resulted in the Court of…

 Appellate Court Upholds 5.08 Million Jury Verdict. Maryland Court of Special Appeals: LEVITAS, ET AL. v. JEFFERS, ET AL. By: Daily Record Staff   December 23, 2015 Torts — Lead poisoning — Expert testimony This is a lead-paint case brought by two plaintiffs who lived for part of their childhood in a house in West…

Suzanne C. Shapiro Featured in American Journal of Public Health. With the Best Intentions: Lead Research and the Challenge to Public Health by David Rosner, PhD, MSPH, and Gerald Markowitz, PhD, Am J Public Health. 2012. Read more  

 “Suzanne C. Shapiro Presented a Winning Argument that Housing Authorities Should Not be Immune From Suit.” As featured in the Maryland Daily Record: TOP COURT OK’S SUIT- Court says housing authorities not immune from lead paint lawsuit. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

 Suzanne C. Shapiro Quoted in the New York Times. View the article at …  nytimes.com  

Suzanne C. Shapiro Quoted in the Baltimore Sun. Baltimore Housing Authority Says it Won’t Pay Millions in Lead Poisoning Judgments By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun. View the article at baltimoresun.com 

 Washington Post Features Precedent Setting Appeal. Suzanne C. Shapiro is quoted in the Washington Post regarding her winning appeal in Grimes v. Kennedy Krieger Institute, Inc. The case established legal standards for protections of children in non-therapeutic research. View the article at washingtonpost.com  

Suzanne C. Shapiro’s landmark case featured in the Maryland Daily Record. Landmark on Remand By Peter Geier, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

 Suzanne C. Shapiro on NPR radio show All Things Considered regarding Grimes v. Kennedy Krieger Institute, Inc. NPR’s Rachel Jones reports on the Kennedy Krieger Institute Lead Paint Study on the NPR Radio Show All Things Considered.   Listen here  

Suzanne C. Shapiro Quoted in the Baltimore Sun. View the article at … baltimoresun.com 

 USA Today Highlight’s Suzanne C. Shapiro’s Winning Appeal. Maryland court scolds researchers… Read More 

Suzanne C. Shapiro Quoted in the Baltimore Sun. View the article at … baltimoresun.com 

Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America’s Children By Gerald Markowitz, David Rosner, Berkeley: University of California Press/Milbank Fund, 2013, 2014 (Paper). Chapter 7, overview of Suzanne C. Shapiro’s role in child advocacy and public justice for vulnerable populations in the context of experimental research. Read more

Court of Special Appeals affirms 2.16M award. CSA affirms 2.16M lead poisoning award in second exposure case By Barbara Grzincic, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Plaintiff represented by Suzanne C. Shapiro on appeal. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

Suzanne C. Shapiro featured in the Maryland Daily Record. Return to Rowe Boulevard: Court of Appeals goes back to work with two new judges By Steve Lash, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

Brooks v. Housing Authority of Baltimore City. Read the Maryland Court of Appeals opinion 

 Maryland’s High Court Ruling Prompts Federal Advisory Panel Recommendations. Protect children more in research, panel says By Julie Bell, The Baltimore Sun. Read more  

Gibson v. HABC: No Governmental Immunity for Housing Authority. HABC is not immune from lead paint suits By Peter Geier, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Appellant represented by Suzanne C. Shapiro on appeal. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

Dow v. L&R Properties: Lawsuit Based on Circumstantial Evidence Sent Back for Trial. Lead-Paint Poisoning Suit Sent Back for Trial By Joe Surkiewicz, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Plaintiff represented by Suzanne C. Shapiro on appeal. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

Stokes v. 853 N. Washington Street, LLC: Equitable Power of Court to Order Non Party Discovery. New ownership no bar to inspection By Peter Geier, Maryland Daily Record Legal Affairs Writer. Appellant represented by Suzanne C. Shapiro on appeal. Read more Reprinted with permission of The Daily Record Co. ©2015

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