Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP Elects Five New Partners
Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP is pleased to announce the election of five of its attorneys as partners of the firm, effective September 10, 2020. The new partners are R. Kelvin Antill, Adam D. Baker, Jamar R. Brown, John A. Carpenter, Jr. and Jeffrey M. Lichtstein.
“I am very proud of our new partners, all of whom are exceptional people and highly talented lawyers,” said RMG Chairman and Founder, Benjamin Rosenberg. “They reflect the firm’s commitment to the missions of our clients and sustaining the Central Maryland region, and are a wonderful representation of the future of the firm we started 33 years ago. It has been a privilege to watch each new generation of firm leadership continue the high level of service to our clients, our community and our profession that have been the hallmarks of RMG since our founding in 1987.”
About RMG’s New Partners
Kelvin has over thirty years of commercial real estate experience, as both a lawyer and on the development side. His commercial real estate practice focuses on contract negotiations, financing, construction, leasing and entity structuring and organization.
Adam represents developers, institutions, property owners and companies in a variety of transactional and administrative real estate matters. His practice includes representation before government and regulatory entities and counseling clients on issues related to land use and zoning matters, as well as other entitlement and permit processes. Adam’s experience includes negotiation of use restrictions, off-street parking requirements, stormwater management agreements, historic preservation, traffic mitigation, green building requirements and incentives, and inclusionary housing obligations, among others matters.
Jamar works in the firm’s litigation department. He routinely advises and advocates for business and property owners, as well as investors, on high-stakes legal matters that directly affect their livelihood. He also assists entities and business leaders who find themselves facing criminal or regulatory investigations, or other enforcement actions, and aim to remove uncertainty and unease from otherwise arduous processes. Jamar was recently named to the 40 Under 40 Baltimore Business Journal list in 2020 as well as being honored as one of CLIA’s Inspiring Voices.
Johnny’s practice focuses on commercial real estate and finance transactions. He represents national and state-chartered banks and other lenders in loan facilities, including originations, restructuring and workouts, secured by commercial and residential real estate as well as operating assets. Prior to attending law school, Johnny served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.
Jeff is a member of the litigation group focusing on commercial litigation, employment litigation, and white-collar criminal defense. He advises his clients on a variety of issues, including commercial disputes, real estate matter, business torts, intellectual property infringement, employment matters, and white collar and other criminal matters.