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Plaintiff Drops 3/4 Claims After Firm’s Brief in Renovation Case

Silverman Thompson recently represented a contractor who was hired to renovate a large residential property in Baltimore County. The plaintiff, a subcontractor, filed a lawsuit against the client’s company and the client, individually, alleging that the company and the client individually breached a contract and that our client violated the Maryland Construction Trust Act and the Maryland Prompt Pay Act.  

Silverman Thompson moved to dismiss or in the alternative for summary judgment on all claims.  

Based on the evidence and legal arguments presented in our brief, the Plaintiff voluntarily dropped 3 of his 4 claims against our client, including those claims against the client in his personal capacity and the claims that could have potentially allowed the plaintiff to recover its attorneys’ fees and any enhanced damages. 

The firm handles a wide range of construction-related litigation. If you would like to inquire about a similar matter, please contact the Firm at 410-385-2225 or reach out directly to: 


Mark Edelson, Esq

Direct: 443-909-7510


Michael Levin, Esq

Direct: 443-909-7544


Meredith McKinnon, Esq

Direct: 443-909-7515

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