Civil Litigation Attorneys Based in Crofton & Bowie
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When you need a proven litigator, you can count on Skipper Law, LLC. Our attorneys have the resolve and tenacity to skillfully represent you in trial, defending your rights with knowledgeable advocacy. Whether you have been in an accident, face a contract dispute, or need to craft an estate plan, we can help you achieve your legal goals. Our aggressive approach means that we are not afraid to protect your rights in a trial, and our experience means that we know how to get results in this legal arena.
We fully understand your legal rights, and we are committed to guarding what is rightfully yours. With our attorneys, leveling the playing field isn’t a tagline. It’s what we do for every client.
At Skipper Law, LLC, we are ready to fight for your rights and deliver sterling reputation for cases that involve:
When you need a civil litigation firm that can be trusted to protect your full legal interests, turn to Skipper Law, LLC. We are ready to discuss your options and build the right legal strategy for you.
Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.
Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien and awarded a majority of our client’s claimed attorneys’ fees. The HOA appealed, the parties argued the matter before the Court of Special Appeals in Annapolis. The matter finally resolved on confidential terms after our client won both at trial and on appeal.
Pierce v. Maryland Mutual No. Eight, Inc.
Successfully represented a former condominium board president in Montgomery County challenging his improper removal from the board of directors. After a multi-day hearing, the Montgomery County CCOC ruled in our client’s favor, determining he was improperly removed without cause, thereby reinstating him.
Gilchrist v. Parkway Condominium
Successfully represented Prince George’s County condominium unit owners challenging an improper election. The Circuit Court granted our clients’ request for a temporary restraining order (TRO), invalidating the election and appointing an independent Trustee to oversee a subsequent election.
Strong v. Pleasant Prospect Homeowners’ Association, Inc.
Successfully challenged an HOA’s adoption of an illegal rule requiring our clients to purchase and install a $500 mailbox. After a multi-day bench trial, the Court ruled that the requirement was null and void. Our client’s important victory resolved the matter for the entire community and received national press attention, including stories on the case in The Washington Post, Realtor.com and Reader’s Digest.
DM v. Anonymous Condominium
Successfully resolved a case brought by a Prince George’s County tenant in a matter where the condominium regime shut off her water due to her landlord’s failure to pay condominium assessments. A TRO was entered, our client’s water service was restored and the matter resolved favorably for our client.