Since leaving my position as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of... more
Since leaving my position as an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia in 1989, my legal practice has focused almost entirely on lawsuits and litigation matters involving nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and other health care providers. I have vigorously defended those providers in malpractice suits, qui tam actions, criminal investigations, and state and feder... view profile
Jonathan Tycko's practice is focused on complex civil litigation. He has extensive... more
Jonathan Tycko's practice is focused on complex civil litigation. He has extensive experience in: False Claims ActQui Tam Litigation Unfair Competition Litigation Real Estate Litigation Employment Litigation Consumer Class Action Litigation Mr. Tycko has represented a wide range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, privately-held business, non-profit associations, a... view profile
Jessica Markham specializes in family law in Maryland and Washington, D.C. She has... more
Jessica Markham specializes in family law in Maryland and Washington, D.C. She has trial experience in Montgomery County, Prince George's County and Washington D.C. courts. Ms. Markham is also trained in Collaborative Law. Ms. Markham serves as a Court appointed mediator in family law cases. She is also has been appointed by the Court as a Best Interest Attorney (formerly Guardian Ad Litem) an... view profile
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