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Celebrating 90 Years

We hear what businesses want from their outside counsel: experienced, responsive representation from attorneys who know how to solve problems efficiently.  That is what we deliver at Tydings, a Maryland law firm that has been advocating on behalf of large corporations, privately held businesses, and individuals for more than ninety years.

Our firm is home to trusted business counselors and skilled advocates.  Our size means that we are agile enough to respond quickly to clients' changing needs, yet we possess the depth of resources to handle matters of any complexity and size.

News & Insights


Tydings Welcomes Alex Giles and Dennis Shaffer

April 18, 2024
Tydings & Rosenberg LLP is pleased to welcome Alex Giles as a partner in its commercial and business litigation and maritime practice groups and Dennis Shaffer as a partner in its business, corporate, and tax; bankruptcy/creditors rights and litigation practice groups. Alex and Dennis are both b... Read more >

New Hiring and Insurance Requirements for Maryland Businesses and Not-For-Profit Entities That Employ Private Security Guards

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones and Casey D. Brinks
April 4, 2024
As we know all too well, no place in America is immune from the scourge of gun violence and other crimes. Houses of worship, schools, retail stores, restaurants, office buildings and other workplaces, and anywhere else people gather can become tragic scenes in an instant. As such, it is unsurprising... Read more >

Tydings & Rosenberg LLP Announces that Jung Lee has Joined the Firm

March 8, 2024
Tydings & Rosenberg LLP is pleased to welcome Jung Lee as an associate in its bankruptcy and litigation departments. Jung is based in the firm’s Baltimore office. Experienced across various facets of litigation and highly regarded by clients for his attentive approach to their needs and obj... Read more >

Employer Liability for Use of AI in Hiring Practices – Part 1: Discriminatory "Screening Out" of Qualified Candidates With Disabilities

By: Melissa Calhoon Jones
March 4, 2024
In this first post in a series about the use of AI and algorithmic decision-making technologies in the hiring process, we discuss the risks involved when such technologies "screen out" qualified candidates with disabilities in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Maryland H... Read more >