Angela Pallozzi works with executives to create policies and procedures that protect their businesses from litigation. She regularly helps her clients with transactions, negotiations, disputes, litigation, and all types of daily business matters. Ms. Pallozzi advises business owners to prevent litigation and, should litigation occur, leads them through every step of the process to reach the best resolution. She works closely with her clients to understand their challenges and resolve them in the most efficient and effective manner. Ms. Pallozzi has experience in business sale transactions and financing, labor and employment, appellate litigation, insurance defense, and unemployment litigation.
Prior to joining Offit Kurman, Ms. Pallozzi clerked for the Honorable Mary Beth McCormick in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland and Joseph F. Murphy, Jr. during his time on the Court of Appeals.
“My goal is to help my clients take steps to ward off litigation, and if and when the worst happens, guide them through tumultuous times to protect their assets.”
— Angela Pallozzi
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Angela is a regular contributor to Generation J.D., The Daily Record's blog for young lawyers. To read her blog posts, please visit here.
In 2017, Angela received the Rising Star Award from the Young Lawyers' Division of the Bar Association of Baltimore City.
From 2013 to the present, Angela has been selected by Super Lawyers as a Top Rated Business Litigation Attorney in Baltimore, MD. Super Lawyers is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
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