Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge Sylvester Cox has cleared the way for settlement negotiations to begin between Johns Hopkins Hospital and victims of Johns Hopkins gynecologist Nikita Levy, M.D. who allegedly made photographs and videos of his patients during exams and other procedures and is also allegedly guilty of sexual boundary violations during treatment of his patients.
Mr. Federico was recently featured in a Baltimore business publication for being named to the American Society for Legal Advocates’ list of the Top 100 Litigation Lawyers in the State of Maryland for 2013.
We are pleased to announce that Jonathan Schochor, Philip C. Federico, James D. Cardea and Scott P. Kurlander were recently selected to the American Society for Legal Advocates‘ list of the Top 100 Litigation Lawyers in the State of Maryland for 2013.
The firm was recently highlighted in a Baltimore Sun article for its work obtaining a $123 million settlement for almost 900 victims — including about 100 from the Eastern Shore — who have come forward to claim a share of the compensation fund for Earl B. Bradley’s victims.
We’re pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, all five partners have been selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America®. Selection for Best Lawyers® is based on an exhaustive and rigorous peer-review survey in which tens of thousands of leading lawyers confidentially evaluate one another.
As Kerry mentioned in his post on Alternative Dispute Resolution, going to trial can be an exhaustive, emotional marathon for victims of medical malpractice. Cases can take several years to play out, keeping plaintiffs on edge the whole time as they deal with the intense emotions and stress that each twist and turn in the case…
Congratulations to Partner James D. Cardea, who recently received an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell’s Peer Review – a much sought-after credential, and testament to the fact that his colleagues rank him at the highest level of professional excellence.