11785 Beltsville Drive
Calverton, MD 20705
30 Pinkney Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
403 East Charles Street
P.O. Box 2625
La Plata, MD 20646
The attorneys of the Litigation Practice Group represent our clients in a
wide range of litigation matters
and are licensed to practice at both the trial and appellate levels in the
state and federal courts of
O’Malley, Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A.’s litigation attorneys are licensed to practice in the federal courts as well as the state courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia at both the trial and appellate levels. Our attorneys handle matters including real estate-related litigation, divorce and family law litigation, discrimination and employment litigation, plaintiff’s personal injury litigation, and will and estate litigation, as well as general litigation. Our litigators frequently handle complex and multifaceted cases involving novel questions of law.
Our Litigation Practice Group attorneys handle various types of commercial and business litigation including matters concerning commercial loans, real estate sales, sales of businesses, mechanic’s liens, landlord-tenant disputes, leases, contracts, partnership disputes, business torts, administrative appeals, receiverships, collections, foreclosures, and bankruptcy.
Our attorneys represent clients at
both the trial and appellate levels in the courts of
O’Malley, Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A.’s
Calverton office is located just minutes from
the U.S. Courthouse in Greenbelt and provides easy access for the Firm’s
well-established federal practice in that court.
Our litigators represent clients in the trial and appellate federal
courts for the State of
The Litigation Practice Group attorneys have experience in many types of real estate-related litigation, including sales contract and title disputes, land use and zoning disputes, broker commission disputes, foreclosures, bankruptcy lift-stays, condemnation cases, tax assessment appeals, mechanic’s liens, environmental claims, and title insurance claims.
O’Malley, Miles, Nylen & Gilmore, P.A. represents banks and other institutional lenders, and some borrowers, in a wide variety of loan-related matters, including foreclosures, receiverships, bankruptcies, confessed judgments, forbearance agreements, and workouts.
Our attorneys handle matters ranging from the negotiation of lease disputes to the litigation of possessory actions and the pursuit of collection cases. When necessary, our experienced litigations also represent our clients’ interests in the pursuit of relief in bankruptcy cases.
Our Firm handles employment and discrimination cases on behalf of both employers and employees. Our practice spans all forms of discrimination, whether that discrimination be based on age, gender, sex, race, religion, or national origin.
Of particular note in the area of
employment discrimination is the landmark case of
Meritor Savings Bank,
F.S.B. v. Vinson, 477 U.S. 57 (1986), argued before the United States
Supreme Court in 1986 by
Our Firm's employment law attorneys are also equipped to aid employers
such as business owners, banks, real estate developers, HOA management
companies, and utility companies in matters relating to:
Our Firm's employment law attorneys are also equipped to aid employers such as business owners, banks, real estate developers, HOA management companies, and utility companies in matters relating to:
|Wage and labor issues||Fair Standards Act issues|
|Employment and non-compete agreements||Employer handbooks|
|Employment policies||Discrimination investigation|
|Discrimination complaints and litigation||Subcontractor agreements|
|Disability and ERISA claims||ADA claims|
|Problem employees||Human resource issues|
Our attorneys are experienced in
providing representation in connection with domestic relations matters in the
We represent our clients in a variety
of probate matters including will and estate litigation in the courts of
Our attorneys represent individuals injured by the wrongful conduct of others, including personal injuries caused by automobile accidents, dangerous premises, and unsatisfactory medical or other professional services.