Caitlin Grant is a litigation attorney who works on a broad range of commercial disputes, advising clients on the risks and benefits of litigation, preparing for trial when needed, and serving as a determined advocate.
Caitlin recently appeared in court ready to argue for her client under four possible scenarios. While she didn’t use all the contingencies, that extensive level of preparation is how Caitlin approaches all her clients’ cases: always ready for whatever the opponent throws her way.
Caitlin represents businesses, condominiums, management companies, nonprofits, and individuals. Her cases involve a variety of issues, including contract disputes, real estate disputes, unpaid rent or other damages/violations under commercial leases, discrimination claims, unpaid wages, unfair housing claims, will disputes, and tax exemptions. She also serves as local counsel in both federal and state courts for a variety of civil matters, including patent infringement cases. Caitlin thrives in a courtroom, but she understands that avoiding litigation through sound counsel and negotiated resolutions may be a better alternative.
Caitlin enjoys water sports, such as speed-boating, water skiing, and sailing, as well as playing golf on scenic courses. Her favorite spot for such outdoor activities is Chautauqua, New York.
The Honorable Nelson W. Rupp, Jr. (Circuit Court for Montgomery County, Maryland)