Practice Areas

The cases litigated by Gordon, Wolf & Carney are primarily in the following legal areas:

Class actions are cases under Rule 23 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure,  Rule 2-231 of the Maryland Rules, or a similar state procedural rule. In most class actions, a person or a group of people stand up on behalf of other, similarly situated persons, whose rights were violated in the same way.  

The lawyers of Gordon, Wolf & Carney have litigated dozens of class actions, and have secured tens of millions of dollars of relief for their clients.  

Learn more about class actions here.

Under the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, part of the Bill of Rights, the federal government cannot take private property for public purposes, through the use of eminent domain, without the payment of just compensation.  

The lawyers of Gordon, Wolf & Carney have represented thousands of U.S. citizens in claims against the U.S. Government for takings, and have secured compensation of tens of millions of dollars for their clients.  

Learn more about takings and eminent domain here.


Practice Areas


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