David G. Whitworth Jr., Attorney
Began practice of law in Prince George's County, Maryland in June of 1975, as a litigation associate primarily concentrating in personal injury and death claims, with the firm of Schwartzbach and Wortman in College Park, Maryland. In 1976, appointed Associate Attorney for the Prince George's Housing Authority and began private solo practice in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
|Admissions:||U.S. Supreme Court 1996|
U.S. District Court District of Maryland 1976
U.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit 1976
U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit 2006
District of Columbia 1976
William Chesley v. Goldstein & Baron, Chtd., et al. 2003
William Chesley v. Goldstein & Baron, Chtd., et al. 2002
Vietnam Veterans Foundation, et al. v. Ellis E. Erdman, et at
Royal Appliance Manufacturing Company, Inc., et al. v. Sew Vac World, Inc. 1985
John W. Steffey, Sr., et al. v. Kidde Consultants, Inc. 1987
Bernard V. Osterman v. Prince George's County 1980
Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland v. Robert Joseph O'Neill, III 1979
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