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The Washington & Lee School of Law Magazine

Jason Timoll ’04L and his associates at Snyder, Weltchek & Snyder—including Tomeka Church ’96L—won a toxic gas leak case against ExxonMobil. He said, “It has been an incredible learning experience to say the least, but being in trial for five months was almost inhumane.”

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Court of Appeals: No immunity for private ambulance firm

Daily Record

A mother can pursue her $30 million claim that a private ambulance company’s negligence caused her son to suffer permanent brain damage, blindness and deafness on a helicopter flight between hospitals, Maryland’s top court ruled Monday. The unanimous Court of Appeals said a Talbot County judge had wrongly dismissed Karen Murray’s lawsuit against TransCare Maryland Inc. after erroneously concluding that two state laws immunized the company from civil liability.

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