Ms. Lieberman is Counsel in the firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group and Real Estate Taxation Practice Group. She has 22 years’ experience as a litigator doing business, commercial, and real estate litigation. Ms. Lieberman’s practice focuses on contract disputes as well as foreclosures, commercial, retail, and industrial landlord-tenant and lease disputes. She is able to apprise clients of potential risks and costs associated in each stage of litigation, as well as advocate for clients in court through written submissions, oral arguments, trials, and post-judgment matters. She is also proficient in conducting settlement negotiations through informal and formal processes, including Alternative Dispute Resolution and mediation proceedings. Ms. Lieberman appears in both state and Federal courts.
In Ms. Lieberman’s real estate taxation work, she represents property owners, developers, and property managers in administrative and judicial ad valorem real property and taxation. She engages and consults with clients regarding income and expense information and comparable sales analysis, and reviews and analyzes mid-cycle, annual, and triennial assessments. Ms. Lieberman also analyzes the validity of partial or supplemental assessments for newly constructed buildings, rezoned, or subdivided properties. She can assist in completing documents required by respective assessing jurisdictions and provide projections for future real estate tax liability. She appears in most Maryland counties and the District of Columbia, and can consult on cases in Virginia.
Real Estate Taxation
Lehigh University, B.A., magna cum laude
The Dickinson School of Law of the Pennsylvania State University, J.D.
Law Clerk to the Honorable Diane O. Leasure, Circuit Court for Howard County, Maryland, 1997-1998
President’s Citation for Outstanding Service, Montgomery County Bar Association, Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, 2000
Outstanding Committee Chair of the Year, Montgomery County Bar Association, Fee Dispute Resolution Committee, 2001
Linowes and Blocher LLP – Associate, 1998-2005; Contract Attorney, 2005-2019; Of Counsel 2019-2020
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