David R. Thompson (Easton, Maryland)

David R. Thompson

Licensed for 43 years

Practice Area: Zoning, Land Use, Real Estate 5 more areas of practice + 5 more

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David R. Thompson

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Serving Easton, MD view address

Partner at firm Cowdrey Thompson, P.C.

Serving Easton, MD view address

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Awards AV Preeminent

About David R. Thompson

Articles Editor, William & Mary Law Review, 1973-1974. Commonwealth Attorney, King George County, Virginia, 1976-1977. County Attorney, Talbot County, Maryland, 1982-1986. Town Attorney, Oxford, Maryland, 1978—.

Areas of Law

  • Zoning
  • Land Use
  • Real Estate
  • Property Rights
  • Administrative Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Civil Practice
  • Litigation in State and Federal Courts

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      Admission Details
      Admitted in 1974, Virginia
      1978, Maryland
      Credit Cards Accepted
      Law School Attended
      College of William & Mary
      Class of 1974
      University Attended
      College of William & Mary
      Class of 1970
      Birth Information
      Born in 1948
      St. Mary's County, Maryland, 1948
      U.S. Army
      Associations & Memberships
      Talbot County, Maryland State and American Bar Associations
      Virginia State Bar.
      Representative Cases
      Mastandrea v. North, 361 Md. 107 (2000)
      Spring v. Bradley, 355 Md. 79 (1999)
      Bucktail, LLC v. Talbot County 352 Md. 530 (1999)
      Chesapeake Publishing Corp. v. Williams, 339 Md. 285, 661 A.2d 1169 (1995)
      Mears v. Town of Oxford, 762 F.2d 368 (4th Cir. 1985)
      Schisler v. State, 394 Md. 519 (2006)
      Bryan v. Makosky, 380 Md. 603 (2003).

      Pro Bono

      Total time spent on pro bono work: 5%