Attorneys at Palmer|Cooper|Hopkins collectively bring over 40 years of experience practicing law in the areas of business, intellectual property, real estate and litigation. Our attorneys have appeared in courts in over seven jurisdictions in the State of Maryland and in federal courts including the District of Maryland and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. We have successfully prosecuted over 100 patent and trademark applications for our clients at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and in foreign countries.
Palmer|Cooper|Hopkins is a minority and women owned law firm. A unique combination of individuals with different backgrounds and life experiences make up our firm. Our commitment to diversity among the lawyers and staff uniquely situate us to assist our clients with creative and effective solutions in an increasingly diverse global economy.
Our clients are our top priority. We provide the highest level of legal representation combined with quality customer service. Our attorneys actively participate in legal organizations such as the Maryland State Bar Association and the Giles S. Rich American Inn of Court, keeping abreast of developments in the law. We are engaged not just to the needs of our clients, but to the community. Palmer|Cooper|Hopkins attorneys are committed to Baltimore, the city where we live and work. We volunteer our time to provide legal services to those in need working in conjunction with Civil Justice, a Baltimore non-profit organization. We give back to our alma mater serving as coaches to the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law Trial Team and acting as mentors to future lawyers. Our attorneys frequently speak to students about careers in law and lecture to start-up companies and entrepreneurs about business and intellectual property topics. Our attorneys serve on the boards of several civic-minded organizations including the Fuel Fund of Maryland, providing resources to vulnerable Maryland families for home heat and utility needs, and the Smith College Club of Baltimore, raising money to provide college scholarships to local deserving students.