Stuart Seraina is a trial lawyer with a diverse litigation practice. Stuart’s practice focuses on intellectual property, insurance coverage, professional liability and personal injury defense, and other civil litigation. At the outset of every client representation, Stuart’s first objective is to understand his clients' short- and long-term objectives. This approach has proven to be the foundation of his success representing his client’s interests through negotiation or litigation.
Stuart represents owners of intellectual property in copyright, licensing, trade secret, and trademark disputes. He works with clients to protect their interest in the economic value of their property through enforcement of statutory and contractual rights.
In the insurance coverage area, Stuart advises and litigates on behalf of general liability insurers, particularly in the context of construction and toxic tort claims. He represents insurers' interests in all phases of coverage work, from analysis of claims through prosecution of litigation, trial, and appeal.
Stuart has substantial experience representing clients in professional liability matters, including those involving allegations against professionals in the legal and securities industries. He also represents railroads in injury and property claims brought by individuals or entities, as well as claims brought by railroad employees under the Federal Employers' Liability Act.
In the balance of his civil litigation practice, Stuart represents businesses and individuals in disputes among business owners and between individuals concerning employment and family disagreements.
Stuart is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Maryland State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Outside the Office
Stuart enjoys cycling and other fitness and outdoor activities.
On July 28, 2014 the Supreme Court of Connecticut affirmed the judgment in favor of Kramon & Graham, P.A.’s client.
Kramon & Graham principals Lee Ogburn, David Shuster, and Stuart Seraina – together with nine friends of the firm – completed the 20th Ride to the Tide, the firm’s annual, 125-mile bicycle ride to the Maryland State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in Ocean City, Maryland.