Joe Mallon is the managing partner of the firm with over 25 years of successfully litigating personal injury and employment cases in federal and state courts throughout the region. During this time, he has distinguished himself as one of Baltimore’s leading trial attorneys. He has been lead counsel in more than 70 civil trials before juries and judges in Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has achieved numerous large jury verdicts and settlements in state and federal courts in cases that are highly complex and often high profile. He is known for his thorough representation of clients, as evidenced by his remarkable courtroom victories.
Described by The Baltimore Sun as advancing “precise legal arguments,” and by a federal judge as obtaining “extraordinary results,” Mr. Mallon has obtained many multi-million dollar results for his clients. The breadth of his practice includes cases of local and national importance.
Based on his professional achievement, Mr. Mallon has been voted by his peers as a Super Lawyer in general civil litigation from 2009-2018. Mr. Mallon is a past leader of the J. Dudley Digges Inn of Court. He has frequently been invited to lecture at legal seminars for professional associations. Mr. Mallon previously served as Co-Chair of the American Bar Association, Litigation Section’s Standing Committee on Solo and Small Firms.
• Eight Million Dollar ($8,000,000.00) settlement in an employment case;
• Three Million One Hundred Thousand Dollar ($3,100,000.00) verdict in a personal injury case;
• Two Million Five Hundred Thousand Dollar ($2,500,000.00) verdict in a personal injury case;
• Two Million Twenty Five Thousand Dollar ($2,025,000.00) verdict in a personal injury case;
• One Million Eight Hundred Thousand Dollar ($1,800,000.00) settlement in an employment case;
• One Million Four Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollar ($1,450,000.00) settlement in a personal injury case; and
• One Million Fifty Thousand Dollar ($1,050,000.00) verdict/settlement in an employment case.
Because of the nature of Mr. Mallon's representations, the details of his many successful outcomes remain confidential.
University of Baltimore School of Law
University of Richmond
District of Columbia
Marshall N. Perkins
Marshall Perkin’s litigation experience over the past two decades, plus, involves the following areas: medical malpractice and other professional negligence; employment law; serious personal injury / wrongful death; and other areas of litigation / arbitration. His substantial experience demonstrates a strong ability to analyze and favorably resolve a wide-ranging scope of legal challenges.
Marshall Perkins’ legal work has involved a number of highlights, such as:
• Prevailing on behalf of a medical malpractice victim with a medical malpractice verdict exceeding $2,000,000.00 in April of 2008, in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City;
•Prevailing on behalf of a Maryland worker, in the Court of Special Appeals which upheld a wrongful discharge claim where the employee was (wrongfully) fired for attending court to defend against a peace order sworn out against her, Butterworth v. LMB Unlimited, LLC, Appeal No. 1217 (Sept. Term, 2017), 2018 WL 4846573 (Md. Ct. Spc. App. Oct. 4, 2018);
•Miller v. Clinton, 687 F.3d 1332 (D.C. Cir. 2012), prevailing in a 2-1 decision before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, which held that the federal employment provisions of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, 29 U.S.C. § 633a, applied to U.S. government employees working abroad. Upon remand, this ADEA case resulted in a favorable $300,000 settlement to prevailing Plaintiff Miller;
•Primary pretrial litigation work in the wrongful death / personal injury case that Joe Mallon and the firm tried to a $2 million+ verdict in the Circuit Court for Prince George’s County. The unfortunate case involved the death of a Maryland prison inmate, working road crew on the Capitol Beltway, struck and killed by an over-loaded, speeding dump truck. The Judgment was affirmed on appeal, Goss v. Estate of Jennings, 207 Md.App. 151 (2012);
•Mr. Perkins’ medical malpractice experience at the firm involved the mediated settlement, after substantial pretrial discovery, of a Circuit Court for Baltimore City wrongful death action, with state-law medical negligence claims and EMTALA issues (see 42 U.S.C. § 1395dd, Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act), where a hospital ER patient was untreated for a significant length of time, as well as multiple additional litigated wrongful death medical malpractice settlements;
•Further, Marshall led the appellate briefing in [Doe] v. Donahoe, EEOC Appeal No. 0120131553, Agency No. 4K-210-0034-11 (Aug. 19, 2013), wherein the U.S. EEOC reversed the agency’s dismissal and found the occurrence of unlawful hearing-disability-related harassment / discrimination against USPS (as well as the failure to accommodate hearing disability), in violation of the federal Rehabilitation Act. See also [Doe] v. Donahoe, EEOC Appeal No. 0120141161, Agency No. 4K-210-0034-11 (Feb. 3, 2015) (Mr. Perkins led appellate briefing of damages award in case; $13,000 compensatory damages award by agency USPS reversed, EEOC awards Complainant $150,000);
Mr. Perkins’ experience has also included drafting briefing for denial of summary judgment for firm client’s Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act (“FEPA”), sexual orientation discrimination/retaliation claims, see Connors v. County First Bank, Case No. 11-cv-645 (D. Md.), ECF docket no. 34 (10/16/2012) (Order denying motion), with later settlement, see id., ECF docket no. 38 (1/8/2013) (Settlement Order). Significant legal issues have been addressed over the years, for example: Feldheim v. Turner, 743 F.Supp.2d 551 (E.D. Va. 2010) (primarily drafting of client’s briefing, and prevailing with Virginia co-counsel and Government, on the question of whether tort defendant was entitled to invoke sovereign immunity when traveling from home / home office to governmental work station; addressing novel questions of telework under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) and Virginia respondeat superior law); Zurich American Ins. Co. v. [John Doe] Placement Service, Case No. 03-C-10-013446) (Cir. Ct., Balt. Co.) (following 1½ years of litigation, firm obtains comprehensive discovery Order per motion to compel, and plaintiff simply dismisses with prejudice contract and tort case claiming approximately $750,000 in damages against client / defendant); drafting of motion papers resulting in denial of lead paint defendants’ efforts to compel production of documents protected by Louisiana medical peer review statutes, in the case, In re BHP Patriots Ltd., Partnership’s Request For Discovery, Civil Action No. 09-4257, E-7 (Civil District Court, Parish of Orleans, Louisiana); and representing a Baltimore County volunteer fire department, and prevailing upon a motion to dismiss for the plaintiff’s failure to state a due process claim under the framework established by Board of Regents of State Colleges v. Roth, 408 U.S. 564 (1972), in the case captioned, [Doe] v. Violetville Volunteer Fire Dep’t, Case No. 03-C-08-005728 (Circuit Court for Baltimore County).
Marshall continues his extensive work for Mallon LLC involving federal and Maryland employment law, including the following areas: Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law (MWPCL), Labor & Employment § 3-501, et seq.; U.S. Title VII (42 U.S.C. § 2000e), including the Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA), 42 U.S.C. § 2000e(k); Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), 29 U.S.C. § 2601, et seq.; Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 42 U.S.C. § 12101, et seq.; the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA), 81 Stat. 602, as amended, 29 U.S.C. § 621, et seq., including the ‘federal sector ADEA,’ 29 U.S.C. § 633a; and other state law claims such as alleged “whistleblower” retaliation; violation of Maryland Fair Employment Practices Act (FEPA), Maryland Code, State Government Article § 20-601, et seq. and § 20-1001, et seq.; and breach of pre-employment promises by the employer.
After law school graduation, Marshall clerked for the Honorable Irma S. Raker of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, the State’s highest court (1997 – 1998), after having interned for Judge Raker previously during law school.
James M. Ray, II
Jim Ray is an accomplished trial attorney whose practice focuses on complex civil litigation and personal injury, including motor vehicle, premises and medical malpractice cases. Jim has recovered millions for his clients through verdicts and settlements.
In 2018, Jim was named as one of the “Top 40 Lawyers under 40” in the State of Maryland by the National Trial Lawyers. In addition, Mr. Ray was recognized as a 2019 “Rising Star” in Maryland by Super Lawyers, an online service that rates exceptional attorneys from numerous fields of legal practice. Super Lawyers bestows this particular achievement to lawyers who have gone through a thorough assessment of various aspects including peer recognition and professional performance. It is an honor given to no more than 5 percent of the lawyers in each state.
Prior to joining Mallon Injury Law as an Associate Attorney, Mr. Ray began honing his litigation skills while working for the firm as a Law Clerk during his second and third years of law school. Mr. Ray has represented clients all throughout the State of Maryland in personal injury, workers’ compensation, and medical malpractice related matters. He has trial experience in the District and Circuit Courts of Maryland.
Mr. Ray attended the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland where he graduated in 2014.
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Stuart A. Schadt
Mr. Schadt has extensive trial court experience and has represented clients in criminal, civil and administrative matters in the District and Circuit courts throughout Maryland for the last 20 years. Mr. Schadt also regularly handles school disciplinary matters for area high school and college students.
After graduating from Loyola University Maryland (formerly Loyola College in Maryland), Mr. Schadt attended the University of Baltimore School of Law. While in law school, Mr. Schadt studied abroad for a semester at the University of Aberdeen in Aberdeen, Scotland. Upon graduating from the University of Baltimore, Mr. Schadt was the law clerk for the Honorable Robert E. Cahill, Sr., in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County before taking and passing the Maryland State bar in the fall of 1993. Thereafter, Mr. Schadt worked as a litigation associate at various law firms before entering private practice as a sole practitioner from 2001 until 2014, when he joined Mallon Injury Law.
In addition to his legal profession, Mr. Schadt has served on the Board of the St. Thomas More Society of Maryland since 2002, where he is a past president (2008-9), and the Cristo Rey Jesuit Leadership Advisory Board since 2009. Mr. Schadt has also chaired and/or served on various Maryland State and Baltimore County Bar Association committees, and has been a Peer Review Committee member for the Attorney Grievance Commission since 2001.
Loyola University Maryland
University of Baltimore School of Law
University of Aberdeen
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Seasoned Lawyers Who Demonstrate An Impressive Record Of Success
In 1999, Joseph T. Mallon Jr. founded the law firm of Mallon Injury Law with the aim of offering aggressive legal representation to a diverse base of clients. Our mission was to provide strong legal advocacy through intelligent analysis, thorough preparation and persistent championing of our clients.
Nearly 15 years later, we have not only met these goals, but far exceeded them. Our firm has built a solid reputation for being tenacious legal advocates who excel at securing optimal results for our clients. Together, we have amassed millions in recoveries for injury victims and their families.
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A serious injury accident can be overwhelming. It?s normal to wonder where to go for help and how to find a law firm that best matches your needs. At Mallon LLC, we offer you solid legal representation. Our attorneys are highly-skilled and accomplished. Call us today for a free consultation or contact us online. For your convenience, we operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you don?t pay unless we win.
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