Serving Baltimore for more than 20 years.
Mary T. Keating Law, P.C. represents individuals and small businesses in their employment and real estate problems, contract cases, and wills and estates. I also represent people in court in business disputes and real estate contract problems, and act as local counsel for out-of-state lawyers.
In addition, I am available to perform independent workplace investigations for such issues as charges of harassment and discrimination. I am a member of the Association of Workplace Investigators.
I devote about half my practice to Maryland employment law. Employers are governed by state and federal law, sometimes even local law. It’s a lot to keep up with. I try to keep you up to date with my blog. Typical issues that a lawyer might help with include Maryland law on wage disputes, employment discrimination…read more
Our Key Practice Areas
The Law Office of Mary T. Keating represents individuals and small businesses in their employment and real estate problems, contract cases, and wills and estates. I also represent people in court in business disputes and real estate contract problems, and act as local counsel for out-of-state lawyers.
- In my morning paper today, November 13, 2018, two of the front page stories dealt with sexual abusers. One was...
- More than a year has passed since I’ve updated this blog. Employment developments have occurred in that time, naturally, but...
Award winning experience.
An attorney for 34 years, Mary is devoted to the needs of her clients and to the community. She has been recognized as having an “AV” rating by Martindale-Hubble, and has been selected for inclusion as a Super Lawyer in the Labor and Employment category in Maryland annually since 2010.
Active in the community.
Mary served on the board, including two years as President of the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service, dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to those who cannot afford representation She also served on the board of New Pathways. She currently serves as the Project Director of the Women’s Law Center’s Employment Law Hotline (link).
Communication is key.
Trained as a mediator, Mary Keating believes that people can often resolve their differences through improved communication. If that is not possible, however, resolution in a court is not war, but a civilized alternative to caving in to those with more economic power.read more