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Market crash inadmissible to refute ‘lost profits’

Defendants in a real estate development dispute could not introduce evidence of a post-breach crash in the real estate market to prove that the plaintiffs would not have profited from the parties’ contract, Maryland’s highest court has ruled in affirming judgment.


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