Kramon & Graham, a leading law firm providing litigation, real estate, and transactional services, announced September 20 that Managing Principal David J. Shuster has been elected to the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore’s board of directors.
The Downtown Partnership plays an integral role in supporting and developing programs and initiatives that create a clean, safe, and economically sound Downtown Baltimore community. As a member of the board, Shuster will help to lead the strategic direction of the organization.
“Kramon & Graham has been a member of the downtown business district for more than forty years,” Shuster said. “We share the Downtown Partnership’s vision to enhance the economic vitality and cultural vibrancy of the city. I look forward to collaborating with the other members of the board to further the Downtown Partnership’s work to create a rich urban center where businesses and residents thrive.”
Shuster is a trial lawyer who concentrates his practice in the areas of complex commercial disputes, construction claims, professional liability claims, and litigation on behalf of plaintiffs involving serious personal injury and medical malpractice claims. He was named Managing Principal of Kramon & Graham in 2012.
An active member of the Baltimore business community, Shuster sits on the Executive Committee of the Lawyers’ Campaign for the CollegeBound Foundation and is a member of the board of directors of The Young Vic Theatre Company. By appointment of the Court of Appeals of Maryland, Shuster is a member of the Character Committee for the Sixth Appellate Circuit.
About Kramon & Graham
Consistently recognized as one of Maryland’s leading law firms, Kramon & Graham has more than thirty-five attorneys providing litigation, real estate, and transactional services to clients across the country. The firm’s practices include commercial litigation, white collar and criminal defense, class actions, government contracts, professional liability defense, personal injury and wrongful death claims, state and federal appeals, asset recovery, real estate, transactions, and insurance coverage.
Source: Kramon & Graham