Goodell DeVries is pleased to announce that partner John Grimm is a co-author of the newly released Maryland State Bar Association’s (MSBA) Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer, Sixth Edition. John was selected to author the chapter on administrative law, an area in which he has significant experience.
The MSBA describes the Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer as “the best how-to-guide and fundamental reference on the essentials of Maryland law practice. Since 1981, this ultimate practical, nuts and bolts resource has served as both a cornerstone for new lawyers who are building real-world know-how and a touchstone for seasoned practitioners who trust its reliable, concise authority. Its three volumes include sixteen chapters covering key practice areas of law with over 1600 pages of practical information and how-to pointers from an outstanding list of experienced, accomplished Maryland practitioners.”
John is a member of Goodell DeVries’s Commercial Litigation and Appellate practices, where he represents organizations from a wide range of industries, including entertainment, telecommunications, and pharmaceuticals, in commercial disputes and related appeals. He serves on the section council of the Maryland State Bar Association's administrative law and litigation sections; is the chair of the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys’ Association's Appellate Committee; and is a founding member of the Cole-Davidson Appellate Inn of Court. He has served as an adjunct professor of evidence at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.