BaldwinLaw LLC

BaldwinLaw LLC

Firm Overview

Main Office

Main Office
111 S. Calvert St., Ste. 1805
Baltimore MD 21202

Phone

(410) 385-5695

Fees

Office Information

Business

Excellence and commitment in litigation.

BaldwinLaw is a litigation firm with office locations in Baltimore and Annapolis. We have representative experience statewide and recevie referrals from multiple jurisdictions across Maryland and in federal court.

Each attorney at BaldwinLaw brings a tradition of excellence and a unique skill set to our legal team. We have an expert knowledge of the law and extensive practical experience in its application.

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Excellence and commitment in litigation.

BaldwinLaw is a litigation firm with office locations in Baltimore and Annapolis. We have representative experience statewide and recevie referrals from multiple jurisdictions across Maryland and in federal court.

Each attorney at BaldwinLaw brings a tradition of excellence and a unique skill set to our legal team. We have an expert knowledge of the law and extensive practical experience in its application.

Douglas Riley

BaldwinLaw LLC

Doug is experienced in all manner of dispute resolution, particularly in the areas of commercial and business litigation, creditors’ rights, and administrative law. For 35 years, he has tried cases and represented appellants in both state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. Doug is admitted to practice in Maryland and Massachusetts, and in the United States District Courts of Maryland and the District of Columbia, the Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the Supreme Court.

A Navy veteran, Doug was commissioned in 1978 and served on active duty from 1980-1983 as a JAG officer.

Upon completing his military service, Doug joined the litigation department of Miles and Stockbridge in Baltimore, where he practiced in state and federal courts until his election to the Baltimore County Council in 1990. Doug served as chairman of the Baltimore County Council and, in 1994, was re-elected to a second term. Keeping a campaign promise to serve but two terms, Doug returned to the private practice of law in 1998. He joined the Baltimore firm of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP and was subsequently elected to partnership. In 2008, Doug became a partner at Treanor Pope & Hughes, P.A. In 2018, Doug brought his wealth of experience and wisdom BalwinLaw LLC.

Doug has a long history of service on civic and church boards, including the Board of Trustees of the Community College of Baltimore County, Baltimore County Public Schools Education Foundation, Towson Chamber of Commerce, Baltimore Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Greater Towson Council of Community Associations, 1000 Friends of Maryland, Rotary Club of Hunt Valley, and Church of the Redeemer in Baltimore. Doug is an avid boater and member of the United States Power Squadrons.

Doug and his wife, Eileen Carr Riley, live in Baltimore County.

Education

Tulane University School of Law
J. D., 1975

Bowdoin College
B. A., 1975

Riginal W. Baldwin, Sr.

BaldwinLaw LLC

Rig Baldwin is a trial lawyer with a focus on business litigation, personal injury, medical malpractice, products liability, professional liability and mediation/arbitration. He is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. He has been inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates. Peer designations include: Best Lawyers of America including Lawyer of the Year on two occasions (Litigation and ADR); included in the Super Lawyers publication of top attorneys since its inception; "AV" rated for over thirty years; and is listed in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers.TM

Mr. Baldwin has tried cases in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts, Colorado, Pennsylvania, California, Delaware and the U.S. Virgin Islands. He is engaged by national and international law firms in matters involving litigation in Maryland, as well as attorneys seeking assistance in federal court matters.

Mr. Baldwin has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Maryland and University of Baltimore Law Schools. He has been elected as a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation, the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference and the Maryland Bar Foundation and is a recipient of the Maryland Bar Foundation Professional Legal Excellence Award for the Advancement of Professional Competence.

Education

Dickinson College
A. B., 1969

University of Baltimore School of Law
J. D., 1975

Rignal W. Baldwin V

BaldwinLaw LLC

Rignal Baldwin's litigation experience includes civil rights, administrative law, construction law, business litigation and wrongful death/personal injury. He is passionate about the rule of law and representing individuals affected by government overreach.

Rig has successfully represented individual and companies in lawsuits relating to official misconduct, business disputes, academic disputes and administrative matters.

He served as a translator for the Baltimore Orioles during the visit to Cuba and the Cuban team’s visit to Baltimore. He has lived and worked throughout Latin America and speaks Spanish fluently.

While in law school, Rig served as an intern for the Honorable Paul W.Grimm, Chief Magistrate Judge (now District Court Judge) of the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, where he assisted on matters relating to spoliation issues and motions practice.

Education

Johns Hopkins University
B. A., 2005

University of Baltimore School of Law
J. D., 2012

Stephen C. Rigg

BaldwinLaw LLC

Stephen Rigg excels at producing well-written, persuasive material in an efficient manner to further our clients' interests.

While in law school at the University of Maryland, Stephen worked closely with Professors Donald G. Gifford and Oscar Gray. He assisted both professors with updating and revising Harper, James and Gray on Torts (Third Edition). Stephen assisted Professor Gifford with his groundbreaking article, Keeping Cases from Black Juries: An Empirical Analysis of How Race, Income Equality, and Regional History Affect Tort Law.

He also collaborated with Professor Amanda C. Pustilnik on several articles about the legal issues presented by cutting edge technology that potentially allows doctors to see pain. Stephen graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law summa cum laude, had the third highest GPA in his class, as well as being inducted into the prestigious Order of the Coif.

Prior to joining the firm, Stephen clerked for the Honorable Kevin F. Arthur of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals.

Education

The University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
J. D., 2015

The Johns Hopkins University
B. A., 2009

E. Jay Litty, Jr.

BaldwinLaw LLC

Jay Litty has more than 30 years of experience in complex real estate transactions, bankruptcy, distressed property sales, contract negotiations, labor relations and construction litigation.

Education

University of Baltimore
B. S., 1975

University of Baltimore School of Law
J. D., 1977

Anne Arundel Community College
B. A., 1968