Melanie believes that preparation and dedication to the representation of the firm's clients' interests are the cornerstones of the practice.
"We evaluate and prepare a case carefully and try to help clients avoid a lawsuit if possible since that is not always the best resolution of a client's problems. But when all else fails, we are ready and able to try or to arbitrate a case. We know how to do that well to achieve a favorable result for our clients."
Personal Injury; Automobile Accidents; Estate and Trust Disputes; Fiduciary Disputes; Business and Commercial Disputes; Contracts; Employee Dishonesty; Construction Disputes; Fiduciary Matters; Real Estate Contracts, Boundaries and Easements; Landlord/Tenant Matters; Covenants; Non-Compete Agreements; Injunctions; Arbitration; and Mediation.
Ochse v. Henry, 202 Md.App. 521, 33 A.2d 480 (2011); Ochse v. Henry, 216 Md.App. 439, 88 A.3d 773 (2014); Service Transport Inc. v. Hurricane Express Inc., 185 Md.App. 25, 968 A.2d 620 (2009); South Easton Neighborhood Association, Inc. v. Town of Easton, Maryland, 387 Md. 468, 876 A.2d 58 (2005); Miller v. Kirkpatrick, 377 Md. 335, 833 A.2d 536 (2003).