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Robert J. Baror, Esq. is an accomplished litigator and employment lawyer who has represented countless employees who have suffered workplace injustices, while also having served as counsel to Fortune 500 corporations in federal employment litigation and advocating for a wide range of nonprofits, large governmental entities, businesses, political figures, and individuals in all forms of civil litigation, including contract cases and attorney malpractice actions. Mr. Baror is the former Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel for CCI Health Services, a network of integrated community health centers, and a former partner at the Thatcher Law Firm. A cum laude graduate of both Harvard University and the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he served on the Law Review, Mr. Baror is admitted in the State and Federal courts of Washington, D.C., New York, and Maryland. Additionally, Mr. Baror has served on the Board of Governors of the Maryland Chapter of the Federal Bar Association and as Chair of the Employment Law Committee of Maryland Defense Counsel, Inc.
Mr. Baror’s clients have said of him:
“Robert Baror put on an absolute clinic in the courtroom yesterday. From the Judge to the Janitor, every person in the court experienced the proper way to mount an effective defense.”
“I selected Robert because he had a proven record for successful litigation against companies engaging in Medicaid fraud. He provided me with sound guidance and explored all available options. He was upfront about what to expect from the company I was suing, and how much the process would cost. In the end, the company closed its doors and I walked away feeling vindicated. Robert’s assistance and advice helped me to feel confident and well represented during a very difficult time.”
“Mr. Baror guided my family and I through a very stressful time in our lives. I consulted with him about what to expect from day one through the end of our case. After talking with Mr. Baror, I never felt overwhelmed and knew what to expect. I felt safe in his hands and trusted his opinion.”