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Kramon & Graham Attorneys Named to Maryland Super Lawyers

Kramon & Graham, P.A. congratulates founding principal Andy Graham and principal Natalie McSherry for being named to the Top 10 Maryland Super Lawyers list. Trudy Bartel was named to the Top 50 Women, and Jim Ulwick and Kevin Arthur were named to the Top 100. Seven other principals--Phil Andrews, John Bourgeois, Geoff Genth, Jim Kramon, Lee Ogburn, Jeff Scherr and Dave Shuster--were named again in Super Lawyers. And, principals Amy Askew, Ezra Gollogly and Steve Klepper, as well as associate Brian Southard, were recognized once again in Maryland Rising Stars.

Litigation has been a prominent part of Kramon & Graham’s work since its founding in 1975, and the majority of its attorneys listed in Maryland Super Lawyers are with the firm’s litigation group. Each of these attorneys handles complex business and commercial disputes, including state contract and procurement matters (Andrews), subrogation matters (Bartel), defense of liability, disciplinary and regulatory claims brought against health care providers (Bartel, McSherry and Askew), alternative dispute resolution (Graham, McSherry and Genth), white collar criminal litigation (Graham, Ulwick and Bourgeois), personal injury litigation (Shuster), FELA and railroad litigation (McSherry and Askew) and real estate litigation concerning partnership disputes, title issues, land use condemnation matters and construction disputes (Scherr and Shuster). In addition, Graham, Ulwick, Arthur, Genth, Bourgeois, Shuster, Askew and Gollogly defend professional liability claims brought against other attorneys and law firms.

The firm’s real estate group has a very strong presence throughout Maryland. Scherr and Southard represent developers and entrepreneurs in large-scale and other complex real estate transactions and financing, commercial and residential development projects, and commercial leasing.

The firm’s insurance coverage group has built a national reputation in litigation and nonlitigation insurance matters. Ogburn and Klepper represent insurance carriers in disputes throughout the country regarding general liability, professional liability and first-party policies. They also represent insurers before the Maryland Insurance Administration in a variety of matters, including civil complaints under the Maryland “good faith” statute.

Kramon & Graham attorneys also handle environmental regulatory matters and litigation, employment matters (including executive compensation, noncompetition and nonsolicitation matters, and defense of employers in employment claim litigation), trademark, trade dress and trade secret litigation, technology issues, and corporate transactions. They represent a variety of national and international entities, as well as regional and local businesses and entrepreneurs.

Kramon & Graham attorneys serve the community through their work as board members and volunteers for numerous local charitable, educational, and artistic organizations, including the Equal Justice Council for Legal Aid, Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, the Maryland Food Bank, the Community Law Center, CenterStage, Maryland Lawyers for the Arts, the Contemporary Museum, the Maryland Film Industry Coalition, the Greater Maryland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Hopewell Cancer Support, the CollegeBound Foundation, the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Alumnae & Alumni of Goucher College, Business Volunteers Unlimited Maryland, Historic Ships in Baltimore, the Baltimore Urban Debate League, the Jewish Community Services, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation, Catholic Charities of Baltimore, Comprehensive Housing Assistance Inc., the Baltimore Food Co-op, and the Jane Egenton Foundation.