Our attorneys handle all aspect of civil litigation.
We represent clients before Maryland’s Circuit Courts and the District Court of Maryland (including small claims and landlord tenant disputes), as well as the United States District Court and Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maryland. Our attorneys also handle select appellate matters, primarily before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals. These matters range from complex, multi-party cases to advice regarding small claims matters.
Dugan, McKissick & Longmore, L.L.C. represents property owners, builders, general contractors, subcontractors and related parties in all aspects of construction disputes.
These matters include disputes between commercial property owners and their general contractors and builders and individual home owners for issues relating to design defects, construct defects, and related breach of contract claims. The firm also handles mechanic’s lien matters for both general contractors and subcontractors.
Dugan, McKissick & Longmore, L.L.C. has considerable experience in representing companies, business owners, stockholders, directors and officers in business and partnership litigation.
These matters include claims of breach of fiduciary duties, non-compete agreements, breaches of employment contracts, and shareholder and member disputes.
The firm also represents companies in disputes with other businesses, such as breach of contract claims and other civil claims, such as tortuous interference with business relations or contractual relations.
A significant portion of the firm’s litigation matters focus on real estate disputes between various parties. Our attorneys handle a wide variety of such disputes, including boundary disputes, quiet title actions, adverse possession and prescriptive easement cases, breaches of real estate contracts, claims of fraud or failure to disclose defects in the sale of a property, and access disputes. The firm also represents clients in landlord-tenant disputes and mechanic’s lien actions.
In today’s world, many disputes that used to be litigated in the courtroom are now settled through the arbitration process, either because of a prior agreement between the parties or because the parties believe it is a better forum for them for a particular dispute. The formality and rules for these arbitrations varies from case to case. Our attorneys represent clients in a wide variety of arbitration matters, from relatively informal hearings with a mutually selected arbitrator to more formal proceedings before the American Arbitration Association.