Smith, Gildea & Schmidt is a regional law firm with 14 lawyers whose practice areas include complex civil litigation, land use, estates and trusts, business law, governmental affairs, and domestic relations, among others. The firm's clients range from multinational corporations to individuals with particular legal needs. The practice encompasses most of the jurisdictions in the State of Maryland and the complex civil litigation section has vast courtroom experience in both the federal and state courts.
- Mariela D’Alessio, an attorney with Smith, Gildea & Schmidt LLC in Towson, was initiated as a Fellow in the Maryland Bar Foundation at their Annual Meeting on June 16. Fellows are limited to no more than 2.5 percent of Maryland State Bar Association membership. D’Alessio, chairwoman of the Estates and Trust Department, joined SGS as […]
- On June 8, 2016, the Baltimore County Board of Appeals reversed a prior decision of the Baltimore County Administrative Law Judge in the case of a Parkton couple charged with violating Baltimore County’s Forest Conservation Regulations.In October 2015, Michael and Jessica Adams received a violation and were ordered to pay a $16,535 fine after having […]
- Mike DeHaven: How to admit social media posts into evidence Eric Schmidt, the Executive Chairman of Alphabet Inc. (formerly Google), has called the Internet “the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn’t understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had.” Although Mr. Schmidt’s observation may well exemplify the general public’s view […]
Smith, Gildea & Schmidt and Joseph, Greenwald & Laake Announce $400,000 Class Action Settlement for Customers of Chase Bank, Genuine TitleOn May 16, 2016 in U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, LLC and Joseph, Greenwald & Laake,PA filed a Motion to Approve the Settlement for approximately $400,000 on behalf of more than 190 consumers alleged to be victims of an illegal kickback scheme involving Genuine Title of Owings Mills, […]
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