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The Evolution of “Pro Rata” Contribution and Apportionment Among “Joint” Tort-Feasors
Natalie McSherry recently authored an article in the Maryland Bar Journal on the evolution of pro-rata contribution and apportionment based on causation, among joint tort-feasors. This is an area of some considerable controversy in tort litigation in Maryland. It was recently the subject of a decision from the intermediate appellate court of Maryland that was then overturned by the Court of Appeals. Click the link below to view the full article.
This article originally appeared in the September/October 2014 edition of the Maryland Bar Journal and is republished by permission of the Maryland State Bar Association.
- The Evolution of “Pro Rata” Contribution and Apportionment Among “Joint” Tort-Feasors Maryland Bar Journal, September/October 2014 edition