COMPLEX DISPUTE RESOLUTION: EXPERIENCE COUNTS

 
  Experience counts in getting to “Yes” in resolving complex legal disputes. The
  widely respected neutrals of ADR Maryland not only have the experience, but also 
  the credibility and training to get the job done.


  All ADR Maryland neutrals are Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated attorneys, including a  
  former President of the American Bar Association, more than a dozen Presidents
  of Maryland statewide or local bar associations, more than fifteen Fellowships in the
  American College of Trial Lawyers, the American Board of Trial Advocates or the
  International Academy of Trial Lawyers, and over twenty listings in Best Lawyers in
  America, Maryland/D.C. Superlawyers, or Who’s Who. ADR Maryland’s panel also
  includes Inner Circle of Advocates members, national defense coordinating counsel,
  a former general counsel for a publicly traded company, a former U.S. Attorney,
  former members of the Office of the Attorney General of Maryland, a former
  member of the General Assembly of Maryland, and appointees to innumerable 
  federal, state and county judicial and executive branch commissions and
  committees dealing with a broad array of matters of public interest. All of our
  neutrals are trained, skilled and experienced in alternative dispute resolution
  techniques and practices.


  Our members have diverse subject matter experience from extensive litigation
  practice and courtroom experience. Courtroom experience is essential to
  understanding and analyzing complex issues to effectively assist parties in resolving
  the serious matters that divide them. Our neutrals understand the risks and
  rewards of high stakes litigation, the business considerations of protracted legal
  battles, the potential effects of pattern litigation, the pros and cons of emotional
  drawing lines in the sand, the problems of difficult clients or adversaries, the
  involvement of experts, unpredictable judges, and the other challenges in the 
  modern courtroom arena. The members have walked in the same shoes as the
  lawyers and litigants who may call upon ADR Maryland. They are uniquely qualified
  to provide insightful, effective, and efficient resolution of significant disputes.


  Put the experience of ADR Maryland neutrals to work for you. Let ADR Maryland
  help you get to “Yes.”


PANEL OF NEUTRALS

 
  Whether you need more information about ADR Maryland or you wish to discuss
  the availability and fee structure of an ADR Maryland neutral for the purposes of 
  dispute resolution, we welcome your call to any of the neutrals on the list below. 
  Click on a name to view each neutrals contact and background information.
Or, if  
  you would prefer to scroll through a brief overview of each neutral click here.
 
  More detailed information on ADR Maryland and our panel of neutrals can also be
  found in the ADR Maryland Guide (PDF).




 
  Rignal W. Baldwin, Jr.

  Paul D. Bekman
  Herbert Better
  Neil Dilloff
  Paul H. Ethridge
  Robert L. Ferguson, Jr.
  Andrew Jay Graham
  Lawrence S. Greenwald
  Charles E. Iliff, Jr.
  Robert Dale Klein
 Thomas E. Lynch, III
 


Timothy F. Maloney
M. Natalie McSherry
J. Michael McWilliams
Robert R. Michael
Benjamin Rosenberg
Sheila K. Sachs
David W. Skeen
J. Snowden Stanley, Jr.
Gregory K. Wells
John A. Wolf