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Greenbelt Litigation Lawyer
Ryan's ideal client is a "person or business that is working towards a goal, but has encountered legal problems standing in the way of achieving that goal...
Ryan's ideal client is a "person or business that is working towards a goal, but has encountered legal problems standing in the way of achieving that goal...Mr. Cohill's primary practice area focuses on Real Estate and Construction Law, as well as business and consumer Bankruptcy matters. With extensive experience litigating complex cases, Ryan brings detailed knowledge in a wide array of matters to the litigation and bankruptcy teams at McNamee Hosea.
Ryan's ideal client is a "person or business that is working towards a goal, but has encountered legal problems standing in the way of achieving that goal." Ryan is here to help "eliminate the legal obstacles" for his clients through a client centered approach. He helps his clients understand the law and the facts, whileproviding recommendations on how to proceed. Ryan will work with this team and the client to decide the most successful options for each legal concern, and will help his client decide the best course of action. Ryan cares deeply for each individual case and works to develop an individual legal strategy for each of his clients to ensure the most beneficial outcome for each matter.
About Charles Ryan Cohill
- Business Disputes
- Commercial Collections
- Creditor's Rights
- Real Estate
- Title Insurance Defense
Current Employment Position(s)
- Associate Attorney
- Maryland, 2014
- District of Columbia, 2017
- U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, 2015
- Maryland State Bar Association
- District of Columbia Bar Association
- Montgomery County Bar Association
- University of Baltimore School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
- James Madison University
- Maryland Super Lawyers - Rising Star, 2018-2020
- Washington DC Super Lawyers - Rising Star, 2018-2020
6411 Ivy LaneSuite 200 Greenbelt, MD 20770
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