Four new instructions have been added to the Maryland Civil Pattern Jury Instructions, Fifth Edition with 2022 Replacement Pages, including instructions regarding prejudgment interest, intentional interference with a parent-child relationship, damages for pet injuries or death, and harassment where there’s no tangible employment action, according to the Maryland State Bar Association.

At the same time, the 2022 replacement-pages publication includes revised instructions regarding property damages, damages for uninsured or underinsured motorists, employment discrimination, and harassment, said the bar association in a news release about the new edition.

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