Select Attorneys at Eccleston and Wolf Present a Risk Management Seminar to a Multi-State Law Firm

February 10, 2020

On February 6th, 2020, Steve Cornelius and Al Frederick, among others, presented a Risk Management Seminar to a multi-state law firm.  Steve provided guidance on the issue of liens, both usual and customary as well as Medicare-related.  Al offered guidance on the use of a Retainer agreement to limit exposure as well as the issues…

Eccleston and Wolf Attorneys Participate in “The Dine Around”

January 29, 2020

Al Frederick and Glenn Grossman participated in the Young Lawyers Dine Around in Frederick County on January 28. The Dine Around is intended by the Young Lawyers Section of the Frederick County Bar to offer exchanges between experienced lawyers and lesser experienced lawyers in a relaxed and easy surrounding. Al and Glenn were pleased to…

Eccleston and Wolf Attorneys Lead and Host the DCDLA’s Annual Ethics CLE

January 27, 2020

The D.C. Defense Lawyers Association (“DCDLA”) held its Annual Ethics CLE on January 16, 2020.  Eccleston and Wolf principal Justin Flint, along with colleagues Channing Shor, Abby Franke, and Gregory Sussman, hosted and lead the presentation.  They were joined by speakers Lydia E. Lawless, Bar Counsel for the Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission, and Myles Link,…

An Overview of Recent Firm Speaking Engagements for November

January 13, 2020

Recently, the attorneys at Eccleston and Wolf attended a number of events and spoke about the development of their respective programs as well as topics related to legal ethics, risk management, the legal advertising sphere and more. Here, the attorneys at Eccleston and Wolf detail recent speaking engagements in which firm members participated. About the…

Eccleston and Wolf Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers®

September 3, 2019

Eccleston and Wolf is proud to announce that Aaron Handleman was recognized as the Lawyer of the Year for his work in Legal Malpractice Law – Defendants in Washington, D.C.  Only a single lawyer in a specific practice and location is honored with the “Lawyer of the Year” designation by The Best Lawyers in America©.…

The United States Supreme Court, in Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, upholds employer/employee right to contract and agree to individualized arbitration in employment agreements.

February 14, 2019

Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis In Epic Systems Corp. v. Lewis, 138 S. Ct. 1612 (2018), the United States Supreme Court addressed the issue of whether an agreement requiring an employer and an employee to resolve disputes through individualized arbitration (i.e. waiving class and collective proceedings) is enforceable under the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) and…

Eccleston and Wolf Recognized in the 2019 “Best Law Firms” Rankings

November 15, 2018

The firm is proud to be ranked as a Tier 1 law firm in both the areas of Legal Malpractice and Professional Malpractice Law in the Baltimore, Maryland region by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings. Thank you to all who made this possible.

Eccleston and Wolf Attorneys Recognized by Best Lawyers®

August 27, 2018

Eccleston and Wolf is proud to announce that Al Frederick was recognized as the Lawyer of the Year for his work in Legal Malpractice Law – Defendants in Baltimore, Maryland. Only a single lawyer in a specific practice and location is honored with the “Lawyer of the Year” designation by The Best Lawyers in America©.…

Eccleston and Wolf attorney, Stacey Moffet, presents with Bar Counsel on sexual harassment and related claims in the law firm setting.

June 19, 2018

On May 4, 2018, Stacey Moffet, along with Bar Counsel, Lydia Lawless, were presenters at the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland’s 124th Annual Meeting & Law Day Celebration on “Sexual Harassment: Ethical Implications and Law Firm Practices.”  The presentation addressed the ethical implications of sexual harassment and related claims in the law firm setting…

Vicarious Liability for Design Professionals

June 14, 2018

Vicarious Liability Defined Vicarious liability or “imputed liability” is the tort liability that a person or entity has for the acts or omissions of another. Vicarious liability of a principal can result from the acts of independent agents, partners, contractors, and employees. The most typical example of vicarious liability is in the employer-employee context.  Vicarious…