Stanford L. Kimmel III


kimmelContact Information:

skimmel@cowiemott.com
Telephone: (410) 327-3800
Facsimile: (410) 327-3801
2310 Boston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Biography:

Stanford Kimmel graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law, Magna Cum Laude (2005) where he served on the Law Review. Mr. Kimmel received his undergraduate degree from Towson University with a B.A. in Mass Communication, Cum Laude (2002). Mr. Kimmel is admitted to the practice of law in the State of Maryland (2005) as well as the United Stated District Court for the District of Maryland (2006). Mr. Kimmel is Maryland construction lawyer and business attorney who has negotiated and litigated numerous construction defect disputes on behalf of community associations. He has negotiated multiple settlement agreements with developers and is very familiar with the laws and legal issues involved with representing property owners, community associations, contractors and design professionals in construction and design defect matters.

Mr. Kimmel also represents individuals and companies in corporate matters and cases involving business and commercial litigation disputes, including unfair trade practices and breach of contract.

Prior to joining Cowie & Mott, Mr. Kimmel work for the Law Office of Peter Angelos where he was involved in the litigation of complex product defect liability and premises liability  claims.  Mr. Kimmel has experience representing and providing legal advice to condominium associations including, most recently, negotiating contract construction documents for a multimillion dollar construction renovation project for a high-rise condominium in Ocean City, Maryland. Mr. Kimmel has also served as a speaker for the Community Association Institute at seminars involving negotiation and review of vendor contracts for Community association renovation and repair projects and issues involving association litigation matters.

Practice areas include: construction defect litigation; condominium construction law; real estate, construction law, community association law, product defect liability, premises liability, contract law and business litigation disputes.