Civil rights, criminal defense, civil litigation, employment law, appeals, and administrative proceedings related to special education, denial of public benefits, and defense of professional licenses.
Argued three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court; Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; experience representing large classes of workers who have not been properly paid overtime.
A diverse array of civil litigation and appeals, including employment matters, personal torts, business disputes, and disablity rights cases representing persons with disabilities facing barriers to physical accessibility and access to technology.
Disability rights litigation, including securing appropriate accommodations in high-stakes tests; business litigation, Randolph-Sheppard Act advocacy, and employee non-competition agreements.
Represents individuals who have suffered serious personal injuries; individuals with disabilities in asserting their rights, including successfully representing deaf sports fans in their case against the Washington Redskins' FedEx Field to gain equal access to all aural content.
Experienced trial lawyer who has won numerous verdicts, judgments, and settlements of millions and tens of millions of dollars by mastering the relevant law and getting to know his clients, their problems, and the evidence in their cases.
Complex commercial matters, high-impact public interest litigation and disability rights, personal injury, and white collar criminal defense; recipient of the ABA's Paul G. Hearne Award for Disability Rights for furthering the rights of people with disabilities; Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Represents individuals with disabilities; advocate for special education for children; represents non-profit / for-profit entities that provide services to individuals with disabilities and the elderly; defends health care providers in licensure and regulatory compliance actions.
Represents clients in criminal matters in federal and state courts as well as in civil cases involving disability rights, education, and business litigation; mediation; and advocating for special education services for children in administrative proceedings.
Plaintiff's malpractice and personal injury, as well as commercial litigation on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants; represents senior executives in employment-related matters and professionals in administrative licensure proceedings; diverse criminal defense practice; Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
Workers' rights litigation, disability rights, civil litigation, Randolph-Sheppard Act cases, technology accessibility at colleges and universities; pro bono activities with the Homeless Persons Representation Project; worked on several local and national political campaigns.
Handles all aspects of family law, including divorces, separation agreements, custody and child support disputes, and prenuptial agreements; trained as a collaborative family law attorney; handles a variety of complex commercial and personal injury litigation matters.
Externed with the Honorable Tanya M. Bransford on the Hennepin County District Court, was a law clerk at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota, elected to the Order of the Coif and was one of two members of his law school class to receive the 2012 American Law Institute-American Bar Association Scholarship & Leadership Award.
Joined Brown Goldstein & Levy as a Fellow in August 2012. Her practice focuses on disability rights litigation, particularly in cases challenging the use of inaccessible technology in educational and employment settings.
Nearly 20 years experience as a trial lawyer and respected prosecutor; more than a decade heading large government agencies; twice elected by the citizens of Baltimore as the city's chief prosecutor.
Breadth of experience in the practice of law is unparalleled; argued over 200 cases in the Maryland appellate courts; selected as "Baltimore Best Lawyers' Appellate Practice Lawyer of the Year" for 2012; Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers; played a critical role in shaping Maryland law.
Represents individuals, including public officials, lobbyists, and high-level state administrators, as well as businesses, in state and federal criminal investigations and grand jury proceedings; clients accused by the government of fraud involving the Small Business Administration, the U. S. FDA, and Medicare and Medicaid; and cases involving controlled substances and related issues, including forfeitures.