Originally published in Trial Reporter, Journal of the Maryland Association for Justice By Kevin Goldberg
As attorneys representing those seriously injured or killed as a result of the negligence of others, it's important that we consider all potential… Read More
Goldberg Finnegan is pleased to award our Scholarship for Higher Education to Sydney Ariel Williams.
Williams submitted an insightful essay about the role that social media can play in increasing awareness about automotive safety. She noted that law… Read More
Goldberg Finnegan is proud to announce that Kevin Goldberg and Kevin Finnegan have been selected for inclusion in the list of 2015 Maryland Super Lawyers. Curtis Cannon was named to the 2015 Maryland Super Lawyers Rising Stars list.
Each year, Super… Read More
We are proud to announce that Kevin Finnegan and Josh Sturman successfully wrapped up two trials last month.
During the first week of October, the firm represented a Florida physician who was visiting family in Maryland over the Thanksgiving holiday.… Read More
The Maryland Association for Justice, an association of personal injury attorneys in Maryland, is presenting a day-long seminar on November 11, 2014, called Roger Dodd's Constructive Cross-Examination & An Afternoon in the World of Auto Trial Law.
Kevin… Read More
Congratulations to John Kudel who is the President-Elect Nominee for the Maryland State Bar Association. Mr. Kudel is a top notch criminal defense lawyer in Montgomery County Maryland and he will do a fantastic job as the MSBA President.
A few years… Read More
My one-year term as President of the Maryland Association for Justice ended last night at our Annual Presidents Dinner in Baltimore, MD. The event was held at the Hilton which overlooks Camden Yards. Robert Zarbin is now the President of MAJ. Mr. Zarbin… Read More
We are proud to congratulate attorney Kevin J. Finnegan on his recent appellate victory in the case of Rivers v. Hagner Management Corporation, et al. Mr. Finnegan's victory before the Maryland Court of Special Appeals will work to protect those parties… Read More