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Andrew Baida

Partner
Rosenberg, Martin & Greenberg, LLP

Phone: (410) 727-6120
Fax: (410) 727-1115
E-mail:
abaida @ rosenbergmartin.com



Biography

Andrew H. Baida is a partner at Rosenberg | Martin | Greenberg, LLP, and is experienced in all aspects of civil litigation, with an emphasis on appellate litigation involving commercial and administrative law, medical malpractice, and state and local government matters. He has briefed and argued a broad range of cases that have resulted in more than 130 published judicial opinions, and served as counsel of record for the State of Maryland in an original action filed in the United States Supreme Court challenging Maryland’s right to regulate the Potomac River. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Baida held the position of Solicitor General in the Maryland Attorney General’s office.

Mr. Baida is the author of “The Art of Appellate Advocacy,” a column that appears in The Daily Record and other newspapers owned by the Dolan Media Company. He has lectured and published articles on constitutional law, civil rights issues, and effective brief-writing, and has also received several U.S. Supreme Court Best Brief Awards from, and served as a Supreme Court Fellow with, the National Association of Attorneys General. Mr. Baida has been recognized for his expertise in appellate litigation in Best Lawyers in America and Maryland Super Lawyers, and has also appeared in Benchmark: America's Leading Litigation Firms and Attorneys.



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