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Ryan Potter practices in the related areas of real estate, land use/zoning, and governmental relations.
Tom Dame practices in the firm’s litigation, health law, and creditors’ rights and bankruptcy practice groups. He has a diverse civil litigation and bankruptcy practice, with emphasis on business litigation, bankruptcy litigation, receivership, and financial restructuring.
Our commercial and real estate lending practice includes the representation of regional and national banks, institutional lenders, DUS lenders, and health care financing companies in the negotiation and documentation of a wide variety of loan and credit facilities. We have extensive experience working with a multitude of clients in a broad range of lending situations.
For more than 50 years, Gallagher lawyers have helped shape health care in Maryland by representing a wide range of health care institutions, including hospitals and hospital systems, long-term care facilities, home health and hospice agencies, academic medical centers, continuing care retirement communities, multi-specialty physician groups, and other tax-exempt and for-profit health care organizations.
Gallagher was founded in 1961 when the late Francis X. Gallagher, a respected Baltimore attorney and civic leader, joined with John C. Evelius to form Gallagher & Evelius.
As the firm’s early managing partner and leader, Frank Gallagher instilled the values that continue to define and guide the firm today: excellent legal work, absolute loyalty to clients, and service to our community.
At Gallagher we recognize that our success is intertwined with the health and prosperity of the community. The firm maintains a strong tradition of service for the good of society by encouraging all attorneys to engage in civic and community activities, politics and public service, and service to the less fortunate.
We strive to provide the highest-quality services for clients while maintaining a mutually supportive, collegial working environment, in which the talents and contributions of each individual are recognized and valued.
We distinguish ourselves through our collaborative approach, our deep and lasting relationships with our clients, and our commitment to our community.
Our attorneys are collaborative, successful professionals who are committed to serving our clients.
Our paralegals are selected carefully, based on the quality of their legal skills, motivation, commitment to the profession, and their ability to serve clients.
Gallagher Evelius & Jones LLP is pleased to announce that Ward B. Coe III received the Benjamin L. Cardin Public Service Award on November 18, 2014 for his significant contributions to furthering the ideals of public service in the law.
Gallagher Evelius & Jones applauds partner for being awarded the 2014 Outstanding Directors Award from the Baltimore Business Journal.
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Rick Berndt joined Gallagher after assisting the firm's founder, Francis X. Gallagher, at the Maryland Constitutional Convention in 1967.