Schulman Bhattacharya, LLC is proud to announce the hiring of a new associate attorney who will be resident in the Firm’s Washington-area headquarters office. Mace Phillips joins the Firm after clerkships with the Honorable Brynja M. Booth of the Maryland Court of Appeals and the Honorable Stephen H. Kehoe of the Circuit Court for Talbot County. While clerking, Mace worked extensively on complex commercial cases, as well as cases in the areas of land use, insurance, bankruptcy, consumer protection, and tort liability. He graduated with honors from the George Washington University Law School in 2018, where he was a managing editor of the Journal of Energy and Environmental Law. He holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Government & Politics and English Literature from the University of Maryland, College Park. He also earned a Master of Public Policy degree from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy in 2015, where his studies focused on environmental policy and international development.
Jeremy W. Schulman, Managing Member of Schulman Bhattacharya, stated: “We are very pleased to be joined by Mace Phillips, who will enhance the Firm’s world-class commercial litigation capabilities. We attribute the Firm’s success and rapid growth to our commitment to excellence, creative approach to problem solving, and unyielding loyalty to our clients as we help them fulfill important business and personal objectives. Mace shares our values and will undoubtedly make key contributions to our expansive roster of clients.”
Schulman Bhattacharya, LLC is an international law firm based in the Washington, D.C. area focused on resolving the most complex and challenging commercial disputes facing its clients— through litigation, arbitration, mediation, and informal negotiation. The Firm has vast experience representing clients in nearly every industry sector. The Firm represents companies of all sizes, locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally, and it represents individuals with valuable commercial and personal interests to protect.
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