Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP renews commitment to Baltimore

Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP

Baltimore, Md. – June 12, 2015 – Baltimore-based law firm Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP has renewed its commitment to Baltimore’s central business district and the City of Baltimore this week by signing a 10-year renewal of its lease at the Harborplace Tower building located at 111 South Calvert Street. The firm occupies the entire fourteenth floor with 30 lawyers and additional staff. Niles Barton will embark on a renovation and long-term growth plan to update the space.

Niles Barton moved to its current location 27 years ago on July 4, 1988, and is an original tenant in the building. Craig D. Roswell, Managing Partner and a Baltimore City native, feels confident about the decision to stay downtown.

“We are at our core a Baltimore law firm, and will remain committed to the City, our employees and to the community at large,” Roswell said. “Many of the firm’s young attorneys and professionals reside in City neighborhoods and enjoy working downtown. There is no more exciting time than now to support laying the foundations of building a better future for our City.”

The firm has expanded its presence in the mid-Atlantic and strengthened its capabilities in business law, commercial litigation, insurance litigation and regulation, real estate and trusts and estates law.

Niles Barton is the oldest established law firm in Maryland, and has always had its primary offices in downtown Baltimore. Niles Barton has maintained its commitment to the City and to its clients over the many years since its founding in 1838.

With the firm now celebrating its 177th anniversary, Niles Barton is positioned to look forward to opportunities for growth while ensuring the highest quality legal services for its clients.

About Niles, Barton & Wilmer

Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP is a full-service mid-Atlantic law firm providing high quality legal services since 1838 when it was founded in Maryland. Niles Barton represents corporations, financial institutions, insurance companies, municipalities, sureties, contractors, developers, design professionals, nonprofits, and other professional organizations in the following areas of law: corporate, intellectual property, mergers and acquisitions, employment, commercial real estate, estates and trusts, commercial litigation, professional liability, insurance, construction, surety, fidelity, maritime, complex civil litigation, and appeals.

Source: Niles, Barton & Wilmer, LLP

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