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Andrew Radding Reelected to MSBA Criminal Law Section Council

Baltimore (Sept. 2, 2015) – The regional law firm of Adelberg Rudow announces that Member, Andrew Radding was elected to a second term on the Criminal Law Section Council of the Maryland State Bar Association (MSBA).

A former Assistant Counsel to the U.S. House of Representatives, Select Committee on Crime and an Assistant United States Attorney in Maryland, Radding currently focuses his practice on white collar criminal defense, complex commercial litigation, civil and domestic litigation, and representation of professionals in courts and administrative tribunals.

Having just completed his second term on the MSBA Board of Governors, he now serves as Chair of Fellows of the Baltimore Bar Foundation and Co-Chair of the Law Sponsorship Committee of the Bar Association of Baltimore City (BABC).

Radding also founded and chaired the U.S. Attorneys Alumni Society of Maryland’s Steering Committee for 35 years, was a University of Baltimore School of Law adjunct professor for 20 years, and been president of the BABC, Baltimore Bar Foundation, Federal Bar Association-Baltimore Chapter and Simon E. Sobeloff Law Society.

Elected to Who’s Who in American Law every year since 1996, and recognized by Maryland Super Lawyers annually since 2006, Radding earned a Juris Doctor from Boston University and a bachelor’s degree from Baruch School of the City College of the City University of New York.

About Adelberg Rudow
Founded in 1927, Adelberg Rudow offers experienced counsel to corporations, institutions, associations and individuals. With offices in downtown Baltimore, Howard County and Baltimore County, the firm concentrates in a diverse set of practice areas including business, banking, bankruptcy, commercial finance, family law, civil and criminal litigation, health care, white-collar criminal defense, real estate, construction, federal and state taxes, wills, estates and trusts, arbitration and mediation, and intellectual property. Visit www.Adelberg.com for additional information.

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