Commercial Litigation, Estates and Trusts, Probate Administration, General Civil Litigation, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury, Tort Law, Domestic Law
Samuel J. DeBlasis, II is a founding partner of DeCaro, Doran, Siciliano, Gallagher & DeBlasis, LLP, and currently serves as the practice group leader for the Commercial and Employment Litigation Practice group. He is admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Mr. DeBlasis was born in Washington, D.C., and was raised in Prince George's County, Maryland where his father, Samuel J. DeBlasis, was a member of the Maryland judiciary. He attended the University of Arizona, graduating with a B.S., in 1979, and earned his juris doctorate from the University of Dayton, in 1982. Prior to entering private practice, he held a judicial clerkship with the Honorable William H. McCullough, Prince George's County Circuit Court.
Mr. DeBlasis' practice is concentrated in Defense Litigation, including Commercial and General Civil litigation, Worker's Compensation, Personal Injury, Tort Law, and Domestic and Family Law. Additionally, he has extensive Estates and Trusts, and Probate Administration practice.
Mr. DeBlasis is also an Associate Professor at the University of Maryland, University College Graduate School, where he teaches.
- University of Arizona, B.S., 1979 University of Dayton, J.D., 1982
Admitted to Practice
- Law Clerk to the Honorable William H. McCullough, ... Prince George's County Circuit Court (1982-83)
- 1982, Maryland
- 1983, District of Columbia
- 1983, U.S. District Court
- 1983, District of Maryland
- 1983, U.S. Courts of Appeal Fourth Circuit
- 1983, District of Columbia Circuit
- American Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Maryland State Bar Association, Board of Governors (1998-2000)
- Prince George's County Bar Association, Board of Directors (1993-2000) ... Secretary (1994-1995) ... Treasurer (1995-1996) ... President-Elect (1996-1997) ... President (1997-1998)
- Former President to Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity Order of the Barrister (1982)
- Task Force on Civil Litigation Costs (2000)
- ADR Commission Regional Advisory Board (1998-2000)