Semmes, Bowen & Semmes A Professional Corporation

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Semmes, Bowen & Semmes
A Professional Corporation
 

Size of Organization: 79
Year Established: 1887
Main Office: Baltimore, Maryland
Web Site: http://www.semmes.com

Telephone: 410-539-5040
Facsimile: 410-539-5223



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Administrative LawAlternative Dispute Resolution
ArbitrationAsset Protection
Bankruptcy LawBusiness Law
Class ActionsConstruction Law
Corporate LawCreditors Rights
Eminent DomainEnvironmental Law
General PracticeInsurance Defense
Insurance LawIntellectual Property Law
Labor and Employment LawLand Use Law
Legislative PracticeMergers and Acquisitions
Personal InjuryPremises Liability
Professional LiabilityReal Estate Law
Securities LawTax Law
Toxic TortsTrademark, Copyright, and Unfair Competition
Trusts and Estates, Wills and ProbateWorkers Compensation
 
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Commitment to Diversity

Semmes recognizes that excellence and success is achieved through the recruitment and retention of attorneys and staff with diverse backgrounds and experience. We are committed to promoting and preserving respect for the individual at every level. We understand that through the collaborative efforts of a diverse workforce we advance our understanding, perspective and appreciation of the wider community and the cultures of the clients we serve. Diversity is a primary focus of our recruitment strategy to employ qualified men and women who, through their different backgrounds, experiences, personalities and perspectives, can contribute added value to our clients. Semmes' Diversity Committee actively promotes and monitors the diversity objectives of the Firm. The Firm participates in the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Minority Law Student Recruiting Job Fairs and Conferences, the Minority Clerkship Program, and local and regional bar association diversity recruitment and retention programs, including those offered by The Baltimore City and Maryland Bar Associations.

Semmes is an EEO/AA Employer.



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Highest number of cases by Semmes, Bowen & Semmes
A Professional Corporation:
Toxic Torts (274 cases in past two years)
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Total number of Peer Review Rated lawyers of Semmes, Bowen & Semmes
A Professional Corporation: 32


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A Professional Corporation on Martindale.com

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District Court Granted in Part Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss for Failure to Satisfy the Amount in Controversy Requirement Where Defendants Met “Legal Certainty” Standard.
Sarah M. Grago, July 21, 2014
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Virginia Federal Court Lacks Jurisdiction Over Arizona Resident
Richard J. Medoff, July 21, 2014
In Hirsch v. Johnson, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia held that the court lacked personal jurisdiction over the defendant, an Arizona resident, under Virginia law and the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. The Court rejected...

A Foreign Manufacturer May be Subject to Personal Jurisdiction in the United States Under the “Stream of Commerce” Theory Where It Is Closely Affiliated with Its Intermediary Distributer
Sarah M. Grago, July 9, 2014
In Valichka v. Kettler Int’l, Inc., et al., the United States District Court for the District of Maryland denied Defendant’s Motion to Dismiss for Lack of Personal Jurisdiction. Plaintiff William Valichka (“Valichka”) sued Defendants Kettler International, Inc., (D/B/A...






 

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