Board Certified Civil Trial Advocacy Specialist, National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Admitted to bar, 1975, Maryland, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland and U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court.
University of Maryland (B.A., 1972); University of Baltimore (J.D., 1975). John Marshall Honor Society. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, 1993, Neuroscience, Non-Degree Student.
"General Standards for Imposing Liability," and "Damages in Motor Vehicle Collision Cases,"Maryland Automobile Deskbook . "Wisdom and Oak: TBI Case Management and Advocacy," Case Review, Spring 1997; "The Life Care Planner as an Expert Witness in Brain or Spinal Cord Injury Cases," Inside Life Care Planning, Sept.-Oct. 1995; "The Role of the Neurolawyer in Brain Injury Case Management, The lawyer?s Perspective," The Journal of Head Injury, National Brain Injury Research Group, 1994.
First World Congress on Brain Injury, International Brain Injury Association, Copenhagen, Denmark, May, 1995; Second World Congress on Brain Injury, Seville, Spain, May 1997; Maryland State Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Board, 1998-2005.
Master of the Bench, J. Dudley Digges American Inn of Court, Baltimore. Maryland Trial Lawyers Association; Association of Trial Lawyers of America; Lifetime Fellow, Roscoe Pound American Trial Lawyers Foundation; Civil Justice Foundation (Founding Member); Trial Lawyers for Public Justice (Founding Member); Baltimore County, Maryland State and American Bar Associations; American College of Legal Medicine; International Brain Injury Association; Brain Injury Association (USA); Brain Injury Association of Maryland (Director, 1994-1997; President, 1997-2000); National Spinal Cord Injury Association; Case Management Society of America.
PRACTICE AREAS: Neurolaw; Brain Injury; Spinal Injury; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death Litigation; Business Counseling and Litigation; Insurance Litigation. Estate and Special Needs Planning. E-mail: email@example.com