Brad McCullough Quoted in Daily Record Article on Impact of Stay-at-Home on Appellate Attorneys

Appellate Attorney Brad McCullough was quoted in a Daily Record article about the impact of Maryland Governor Hogan’s stay-at-home order on appellate attorneys.

“In many ways this is not an uncomfortable situation for someone who does and likes appellate work because I’m sort of stuck with a computer and research and a (trial) record and just happily working away,” McCullough said in the article.

He added later in the article that the current situation is like “freeze tag. We’re all paused.” The governor’s order has limited outside travel to essential trip for food and medicine and short walks.

The big question moving forward is oral arguments, McCullough said, and whether “we’re going to be doing that by video (in May) or whether we’ll be doing it the old-fashioned way – in person.”

You can read the full article here at “Stay-at-home order leaves appellate counsel generally unscathed.”

Brad McCullough represents businesses and individuals in a wide variety of cases in federal and state trial and appellate courts, as well as before arbitration panels and in mediation proceedings. For more information, contact him at at 301-657-0734 or [email protected].