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Principal
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Lippman, Semsker & Salb, LLC
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Employment Discrimination

Adoption

Family Law

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Employment Law

Constitutional Law

Trusts Wills and Estate

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Mr. Salb is the Principal Attorney of Lippman, Semsker & Salb. Mr. Salb litigates and provides counsel inEstate Planning and Probate Law matters. He also directs the Firm's work in its Employment Law, Business Formation & Disputes, andDomestic Relations practice areas. He has practiced with the Firm since May 1995; he previously served as Special Assistant to the Corporate Secretary of Sallie Mae. Mr. Salb has extensive litigation and appellate experience, including successfully arguing numerou
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Senior Partner
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Luxenberg & Johnson, P.C.
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Listed: Washingtonian Magazine Bi-Annual Survey Top Divorce Attorney; The Best Lawyers in America, 2007-2010; Super Lawyers, 2007-2009. Recipient, Top Family Attorney and Top 50 Women Attorneys. Lecturer and Instructor: George Washington University; American University; Catholic University Law Schools. Continuing Legal Education Instructor. Member: Board of Directors, Council for Court Excellence. Past Member of Executive Committee. Past Chair, Committee on Children and the Courts. TV Commentat
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Managing Partner
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Luxenberg & Johnson, P.C.
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While earning his law degree from The George Washington University School of Law (J.D. 1976), Stephen D. Johnson worked in the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of International Commerce focusing on foreign investments in the U.S., export promotion, and international insurance issues. He “hung out a shingle” in 1977 for solo practice in Virginia and D.C. handling general civil matters, real estate transactions, family law, business problems, and civil litigation. Stephen joined the FHLBB (la
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Wampler & Souder, LLC
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Criminal

Divorce

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Drunk Driving - DUI & DWI

Personal Injury

Family Law

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B.A. (Economics) East Carolina University, 1990; J.D. George Washington School of Law 1996; Admitted into Practice in the Court of Maryland, District of Columbia and the Federal Courts of Maryland and District of Columbia as well; Member of the Bar Association of Montgomery County and Frederick County Maryland. In addition, Mr. Souder was born and raised in Montgomery County and currently resides in Frederick County. Mr. Souder primarily focuses on the following practice areas:Family Law, Divor
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Brooke-Devlin & Nester
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Forest Anthony Nester (Tony) is licensed to practice law in both Virginia and the District of Columbia. Tony specializes in personal injury cases and has been instrumental in achieving excellent results.
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