The firm traces its origins to 1997, when three respected attorneys, Robin R. Cockey, Mark P. Brennan and Thomas J. Maloney, founded a new kind of law firm, one that would blend the traditional services of a rural general practice with sophisticated specialties previously handled only by urban law firms. The result has been a resounding success, as the firm has tripled in size, building a regional reputation for strong client relationships and zealous advocacy. Today, the firm is proud to offer outstanding counsel to individuals, businesses, families and local government throughout the state.
CBM is presently comprised of nine attorneys who handle a remarkably diverse caseload, including civil rights, constitutional, employment, domestic, corporate, real estate, land use, personal injury and municipal matters. CBM prides itself on its strong litigation skills, handling cases in all Maryland state and Federal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, and covering an array of civil, criminal and administrative matters. Whether arguing a civil rights case in Federal Appeals Court, trying a personal injury case before a jury or handling an administrative matter in a government agency, CBM attorneys go to bat for their clients and, if needed, go the second mile, because client satisfaction is the goal in every case.