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Andrew Radding is a member in the Baltimore law firm of Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC. Mr. Radding served as Assistant Counsel, U. S. House of Representatives, Select Committee on Crime (1969-1972) and Assistant U. S Attorney, Maryland (1972-1977). While serving as an Assistant United States Attorney for Maryland, he prosecuted complex conspiracy and related substantive charges in Federal Court. He focuses his practice on complex commercial, civil and business litigation, white collar criminal defense and representation of professionals in federal and state courts.

Mr. Radding's practice is varied and extensive. He participates in mostly extended, complex, document intensive cases and the representation of professionals. Among Mr. Radding's most notable cases are:


  • Representation of members of a state commission appointed by the Governor of Maryland, in which the state legislature sought to improperly terminate their positions. Mr. Radding represented the commissioners and the commission and in a ruling by the state's highest court obtained a ruling that the legislature's actions was illegal and unconstitutional. Schisler, et al v. State, 394 Md. 519, 907 A.2d 175 (2006)


  • Representation of the Plaintiffs', as the lead local counsel, in a class action against Royal Ahold, an international corporation, in a securities class action case. The Plaintiff's settled for $1.1 billion one of the largest such settlements in history. In re: Royal Ahold N.V. Securities and ERISA Litigation, 461 F.Supp.2nd 383 (2006)


  • Representation of a party in the case at trial and the Fourth Circuit, Court of Appeals setting of standards of fair use copyright law in the federal courts in the Fourth Circuit. Bond v. Blum, 317 F.3rd 385 (2003)


    Mr. Radding is the Chairman of the Steering Committee of the U. S. Attorney's Alumni Society of Maryland (1979-present). He was the Chairman of the Bicentennial Celebration Committee of U. S. District Court for the District of Maryland (1988-1990). He served as a Member of the Judicial Selection Committee, U. S. District Court vacancy (1986); Admission Qualifications Committee, U. S. District Court (1986-1988) and was appointed by the Governor of Maryland to the State Administrative Board of Elections (1995-1996); the Mayor of Baltimore appointed Mr. Radding to the Executive Board of the Domestic Violence Coordinating Council in 2001.


    His extensive memberships in professional organizations include the Bar Association of Baltimore City (Secretary - 2008-present); (Judicial Selection Committee, Chairman 1996-1997, 2002-present); Executive Council; Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers (MICPEL) Member Board of Directors 1987 -1992; Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland (Member: Inquiry and Peer Review Panels); Faculty Member for the Professionalism Course required of all new Admittees to Maryland Bar. Mr. Radding was elected to the Maryland State Bar Association Board of Governors for 2005 - 2007. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association's Committee on Continuing Legal Education and is Chair of the Maryland State Bar Association Program Committee. Mr. Radding was the moderator of a panel of judges and lawyers at the 2007 Maryland State Bar Association annual meeting on a discussion of E-discovery.


    Some of Mr. Radding's additional reported and unreported appellate cases include:


  • That's Entertainment of Illinois, Inc. v. Centel Videopath Inc., 1993 WL 13011588 (now reported in F.Supp.) (N.D.Ill. 1993).


  • Micrins Surgical, Inc. v. Neuroregen, LLC, 2004 WL 1697837 (D.Md. 2004) (not reported in F.Supp.2d).


  • Superior Bank F.S.B. v. Tandem National Mortgage, Inc., 197 F.Supp.2d 298, 2000 WL 33380140 (D. Md. 2000).


  • National Mortgage Warehouse, LLC v. Bankers First Mortgage Co., Inc., 190 F.Supp.2d 774, 2002 WL 386263 (D. Md. 2002).


  • That's Entertainment, Inc. v. J.P.T., Inc., 843 F.Supp. 995, 1993 WL 591809 (D.Md.1993)2006.


  • Storer Cable Communications v. Joe's Place Bar & Restaurant, 819 F.Supp. 593, 1993 WL 137597 (W.D.Ky. 1993).


  • In re Special Investigation No. 219, 52 Md.App. 17, 445 A.2d 1081 (1982).


  • U.S. v. Boyd, 429 F.Supp 1018 (D.Md. 1977).


  • U.S. v. Walker, 430 F.Supp. 609 (D.Md. 1977).


  • U.S. v. Jones, 542 F.2d. 186 (Fourth Circuit, 1976).


    Andrew Radding is a participant in the legal video series produced by The Legal Television Network. To view the videos follow the link: The Legal Television Network


    Practice Areas


    1. Intellectual Property: 25%
    2. Tax: 25%
    3. White Collar Crime: 25%
    4. Litigation: 25%

    Attorney Endorsements

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    • Irwin R Kramer

      I would offer my highest endorsement of an attorney whose talent and expertise are matched by a pragmatic approach that places the needs of his clients first.


      Irwin Kramer Litigation Attorney
      Relationship: Worked together on matter

    Contact Info


    7 Saint Paul Street, Suite 600
    Baltimore, MD, 21202


    DCActive 197605/24/2015
    NYCurrently registered 196803/13/2015

    Professional Misconduct

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    Award NameGrantorDate Granted
    2008 Leadership in LawThe Daily Record2008
    Baltimore Legal EliteBaltimore Legal Elite2007
    Maryland Super LawyersBaltimore Magazine2007
    Who's Who in American LawN/A1996
    Association NamePosition NameDuration
    Federal Bar Association (Baltimore Chapter)President1987 - 1988
    Federal Bar AssociationMemberN/A
    American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
    Maryland State Bar AssociationBoard of GovernorsN/A
    Baltimore County Bar AssociationMemberN/A
    District of Columbia BarMemberN/A
    New York State Bar AssociationMemberN/A
    National Association of Criminal Defense LawyersMemberN/A
    Legal Cases
    Case NameOutcome
    Schisler, et al. v. State of MarylandPermanent Injunction
    In Re Royal Ahold NV Securities and Erisa LitigationSettlement of $1.1 Billion
    United States v. Uhrich, et al.Acquitted at trial of 13 of 18 counts
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    School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
    Boston University School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor1968
    City University of New York, Baruch CollegeN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1965