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Geoffrey W. Washington
Geoffrey W. Washington is a Member of Adelberg Rudow, who practices with the firm’s Litigation Group.
Mr. Washington regularly represents individuals and businesses in federal and state business and commercial civil litigation matters. Mr. Washington has over 18 years of experience handling all phases of litigation including up to and through trial. Mr. Washington has substantial experience counseling and representing clients confronted with a variety of different claims, including business torts, shareholder/partner disputes and “business divorces,” fiduciary litigation, wrongful death, intellectual property/restrictive covenant litigation, and employment claims. Recently, Mr. Washington assisted in the successful defense of a medical practice group defending itself in protracted litigation from claims brought by the family of a former partner relating to his death and alleged compensation he was owed.
Mr. Washington is a past-Chairman of the Board of Municipal and Zoning Appeals of Baltimore City.
- Litigation Group
- Construction Law Group
- Maryland, 1997
- J.D., University of Maryland School of Law, cum laude 1997
- B.S., Georgetown University, International Politics, 1994
Professional and Civic Involvement:
- Member, Maryland State Bar Association
- Member, Monumental City Bar
- Member, Bar Association of Baltimore City
- Non-Compete Agreements for Independent Contractors May Cause Employment Woes, by Geoffrey W. Washington, www.bizmonthly.com, October 2015
- The Impact of Online Reviews, by Geoffrey W. Washington, Esq., Maryland Bar Bulletin, October 2014
- P3 in MD: New Day for Public-Private Cooperation, by Geoffrey W. Washington, Esq. and Brian Perlberg, Esq., Maryland Bar Bulletin, June 2014
- Online reviews: It’s all fun and games until someone gets sued, Baltimore Business Journal, June 14-20, 2013
- delete that tweet or you’re fired!, by Geoffrey W. Washington, Esq. and Christine R. Hogan, Baltimore SmartCEO, www.smartceo.com, September 2012
- Juror Misconduct and the Internet, by Andrew Radding, Esq., Geoffrey W. Washington, Esq. and Christine R. Hogan, The Maryland Litigator, September 2011