"Litigation is the pursuit of practical ends, not a game of chess." - Felix Frankfurter
To Litigate or Not to Litigate?
If your commercial enterprise needs federal and state court representation, risk management analysis and reduction programs, or insurance defense, in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., then you've come to the right place.
We are well aware that necessary litigation can achieve important results, and unnecessary litigation is often a curse. Our litigation attorneys are well-known for the thoughtful, useful advice they dispense to embattled business owners during disputes.
We will counsel you about your chances of success, the duration of a case, the costs of litigation, any means of simplifying complex high-stakes cases, the prospects of future litigation stemming from your current dispute, litigation's short-term and long-range consequences for your company, and the factors that constitute an acceptable settlement.
Providing Risk Management to Minimize Your Exposure to Risk
We leverage every resource and crunch every number to help you fully comprehend, in terms of both quality and quantity, the chances taken in litigation. Our lawyers will collaborate with you to create the best strategy to achieve the most positive outcome. You'll have all the information you need and an educated forecast. We want to help you arrive at an informed decision you can be comfortable with.
Contact Us to Protect Your Company's Bottom Line
For more than 30 years, business clients have come to us for representation. Why? Because we've made it our business to understand and help their business. Let us do the same for you. If your company's pressing legal needs require creative and effective litigators, or if risk management has become a business priority, contact our Maryland litigation and risk management lawyers for a consultation
- Tyler Y. Cumbo
- Jonathan P. Novak
- Clifford B. Glover III
- Kevin M. Tracy
- Janet M. Nesse
- John P. Lynch
- Robert J. Kim
- Gregory R. Hislop
- Aaron D. Neal
- Matthew B. Barlow
- Brent M. Ahalt
Meet the Attorneys