Thomas J. Whiteford, Of Counsel

Mr. Whiteford is a veteran trial lawyer with extensive experience in real estate, business, commercial, and insurance-related disputes, as well as with claims of personal injury. He represents clients in negotiations and litigation pertaining to all personal injury matters, including automobile accidents, animal attacks, medical malpractice matters, toxic torts and traumatic head and brain injuries.

Mr. Whiteford has especially deep experience representing national and local developers and lessors in negotiations and litigation involving land use disputes, real estate, and riparian rights. His additional sector experience includes representation of clients in the senior living, cemetery and funeral home industries, as well as representation of licensed medical professionals before administrative boards.

He is recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® for commercial litigation and real estate litigation.



  • University of Baltimore School of Law, 1992, J.D.
  • Bucknell University, 1989, B.A.

Bar Admission

  • Maryland
  • U.S. District Court: District of Maryland

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