DeCaro Doran

Our firm is a regional leader, offering legal services to individuals and businesses alike. With three offices, we are minutes from the Nation's Capital, Baltimore, Annapolis, and Northern Virginia. We are dedicated to delivering cost-effective and exceptional legal counsel with individualized attention to every client.

LATEST NEWS

Six lawyers from DeCaro, Doran have been recognized by SuperLawyers magazine as being among Washington, D.C.’s top attorneys in 2015. SuperLawyers selects attorneys for this distinction using a multi-phase selection process that includes peer nominations, evaluations, and independent research.  The final selection represents no more than 5% of the lawyers in the state, and identifies the area of practice in which the attorneys have been recognized based on peer recognition and professional achievement.  Read more...
Congratulations to Associate Jennifer A. King, who won a second term on the Board of Directors of the Prince George’s County Bar Association.  As a member of the Board of Directors, Jennifer will play an integral role in carrying out the Mission of the PGCBA to provide its members with continuing legal education, an opportunity for interaction and camaraderie with other attorneys and members of the judiciary and, most importantly, with service to the community.

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DeCaro, Doran is very pleased to announce that Matthew LaGarde and Molly Brimmer have joined the firm as Summer Associates for 2015. Matt and Molly are both students at the University of Maryland School of Law. They will be assisting us in our defense litigation practice in the coming months. Read more...
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LATEST POSTS

Federal law makes it a crime to transmit a communication that contains a threat to injure another person.  But what evidence is needed to prove that a defendant made a threat for which he or she can be prosecuted criminally?  That question was recently considered by the Supreme Court of the United States in Elonis v. United States, a case involving alleged threats that were posted on a Facebook page. Read more...
In the case of Sullivan v. AboveNet Communications, Inc., the District of Columbia Court of Appeals was tasked with deciding whether the evidence presented at Trial was sufficient to withstand the Defendant’s Motion for Judgment, concluding that the totality of the evidence including the evidence put on the record by the Defendants, as opposed to solely the evidence presented in Plaintiff’s case-in-chief, warranted reversal of the Trial Court’s decision to grant Defendant’s Motion for Judgment. Read more...
 
Medical Expense Benefits coverage – also known as “Med Pay” coverage – under Virginia law can be confusing for insureds and insurers alike.  Here are five simple, but important things, to know about medical expense benefit coverage in Virginia. Read more...
 
In Walton v. Network Solutions, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals held that an advertiser who sent unsolicited email correspondence to email accounts did not violate the Maryland Commercial Electronic Mail Act or the Maryland Consumer Protection Act. Read more...
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