Three new partners announced at Shapiro Sher Guinot and Sandler

Maryland law firm Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler is pleased to announce Matthew A.S. Esworthy, David M. Hausner and John J. Leidig have been named partners of the firm.

Esworthy, previously an associate at the firm, is now a partner in its litigation department. He concentrates in general civil and criminal litigation, including securities litigation, partnership disputes, appeals and employment law. Esworthy graduated from the Dickinson School of Law at Pennsylvania State University in 2001 and served as Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Joseph F. Murphy, Jr., Chief Judge of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland. He lives in Baltimore County, Md.

Hausner, previously an associate at the firm, is now a partner in its tax law and real estate practice groups. In 2001, he graduated magna cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law, which also awarded him the degree of Master of Tax Laws in 2002. He has worked as a CPA, tax manager and controller, as well as a law clerk to the Honorable Stanley J. Goldberg, Special Trial Judge of U.S. Tax Court. Now, with over a decade of focused experience in tax matters in a variety of industries, Hausner helps real estate developers and other companies successfully navigate commercial transactions, loans, and business formation. He lives in Baltimore City, Md.

Leidig, previously a staff attorney at the firm, is a partner in its litigation department. He concentrates on complex commercial litigation, employment law and family law disputes. He has extensive experience in federal and state trials and appeals. Leidig graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1991. He lives in Baltimore City, Md.

About Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler
Shapiro Sher Guinot & Sandler is a law firm based in Baltimore, Md., with an office in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1972 by Ronald M. Shapiro, the Firm is nationally known for its practice in all aspects of business law, litigation, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights.

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