Ziad Paul Haddad | Washington Employment Lawyer
Ziad Paul Haddad
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Mr. Haddad has substantial experience in commercial and employment litigation matters before federal and state courts, as well as in arbitration proceedings. His cases have involved a variety of substantive issues, including corporate governance and control, breach of contract, commercial and residential landlord-tenant disputes, enforcement of restrictive covenants, employment discrimination, and unpaid wage claims. Mr. Haddad also manages the firm’s tax sale foreclosure practice, and represents tax sale purchasers in actions to foreclose on tax sale properties in the District of Columbia.
Mr. Haddad graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 1996, and received his Juris Doctor degree from the National Law Center of George Washington University in 1999. He is a member of the District of Columbia and Maryland Bars and the Texas Bar Association.
|Attorney||Tobin, O'connor, & Ewing||N/A||2002 - Present|
|The George Washington University Law School||J.D.||Law School||1999|
|College of the Holy Cross||B.A.||N/A||1996|
|State / Court||Date|
|4th Circuit Court of Appeals||2016|
|D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals||2015|
|District of Columbia||2000|
|District of Columbia District Court||N/A|
|Maryland District Court||N/A|
- -District of Columbia Bar
-Maryland State Bar Association
WHEELER v GEORGE TOWN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
Attorney for the Appellee (Defendant) in an Appeals case in which the Appellant argued that she was fired based on her race. Said Appellant (an African-American nurse) was fired for gross misconduct but holds that six similar incidents occurred with white nurses, however she was the only one to be terminated. The original Trial Court granted summary judgement for the Defendant. The Appeals court ruled that this decision was made in error and at least 5 of the 6 cases cited by the Appellant are comparable and should be considered as evidence of a civil rights violation.
JAHANBEIN V. NDIDI CONDO. UNIT OWNERS ASS'N, INC.
Appellee: Attorney for the appellee, The NDIDI Condominium Unit Owners Association, Inc. The appellant who was both a unit owner and member of the NDIDI sued for breach of fiduciary duty. The condo association moved to compel arbitration alleging that the trial court did not have subject matter jurisdiction. Based on the evidence presented the appeals court finds that the trial court did have subject matter jurisdiction. The judgment was reversed and remanded for further proceedings.
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|Verified Credentials||Date Verified|
|(2000) Licensed as Attorney in District of Columbia. Verified with District of Columbia Bar.||August 18, 2016|
|(1999) Licensed as Attorney in Maryland. Verified with Maryland State Bar Association.||August 18, 2016|
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