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I have significant amount of experience in all phases of litigation, including securities litigation, all manner of claims involving construction work, general business and commercial litigation, and professional liability litigation (including defending lawyers and other professionals who've had complaints filed against them with professional boards). I have a personal interest in defending lawyers and other professionals who've been sued for malpractice, and I work at one of the few larger firms that takes, on occasion, plaintiff's cases against lawyers and law firms who've negligently represented their clients. In addition to being a lawyer, I'm also a published fiction author and a speaker who often presents seminars on how to affectively communicate your clients' story during litigation and at trial. Feel free to email me if you'd like to see any of the articles or other materials I've written on professional liability and other issues.
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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|District of Columbia Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Suffolk Law Review||Cause-In-Fact And The Burden Of Proof In Transactional Legal Malpractice: The Necessity Of Demonstrating The Better Deal||2004|
|University of Texas School of Law — The Review of Litigation||Taking Aim At The Hydra: Why The “Allied-Party Doctrine” Should Not Apply In Qui Tam Cases When The Government Declines To Intervene||2004|
|Arizona State Law Journal||All For One And One For All? Legal Malpractice Arising From Joint Defense Consortiums And Agreements: The Final Frontier In Professional Liability||2003|
|University of Dayton Law Review||A Product Of Compromise: Or Why Non-Pecuniary Damages Should Not Be Recoverable Under Section 2605 Of The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act||2003|
|University of Utah Journal Of Law And Family Studies||Role Duality And The Issue of Immunity For The Guardian Ad Litem In The District Of Columbia||2002|
|University of Baltimore Law Review||Carroll v. Bentley: Failure To Report Child Abuse Can Be Considered Per Se Evidence Of Negligence||2000|
|University of Baltimore Law Review||Diep v. Rivas: Maryland’s Slayer’s Rule Cannot Prevent The Relatives Of||2000|
|University of Baltimore School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2000|
|University of Maryland, College Park||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1996|