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Kevin F. Arthur

Principal

Kramon & Graham P.A

HQ Phone:  (410) 752-6030

Direct Phone: (410) ***-****direct phone

Email: k***@***.com

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Kramon & Graham P.A

One South Street Suite 2600

Baltimore, Maryland,21202

United States

Company Description

Kramon & Graham is a full service law firm providing litigation and transactional services to clients throughout Maryland and across the nation. The firm represents individual and institutional clients in areas including commercial litigation, white collar def... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Judge

Maryland Judiciary


Affiliations

MSBA

Chair of the Committee


Maryland State Bar Association Inc

Co-Chair of the Appellate Practice Committee of the Litigation Section


Maryland Civil Pattern Jury Instruction Committee

Active Member


Maryland State Bar Association Inc

Member


Education

B.A.

University of Maryland at College Park


J.D.

University of Maryland School of Law


law degree

University of Maryland School of Law


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Kramon & Graham PA | Appellate

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Kevin Arthur and Catherine Manofsky successfully arbitrated a dispute before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and secured an award of $250,000 in damages, $25,000 in punitive damages, plus pre-judgment interest and filing fees for their clients.


Minimize legal malpractice

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Kevin F. Arthur Spoke at Hanging Out a Shingle Seminar in February
Firm principal Kevin F. Arthur lectured solo practitioner members of the Maryland State Bar Association on February 18, 2012. Mr. Arthur addressed the topic of avoiding grievance and malpractice actions, and discussed the steps to be taken to minimize the risk of legal malpractice. For More Information, Contact: Kevin F. Arthur karthur@kg-law.com


Panel Discussion on Civil and Family Law Post-Trial Motions Practice

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On October 27, 2011, Firm principal Kevin F. Arthur participated with Judge Joseph F. Murphy, Jr., recently retired from the Court of Appeals of Maryland, and Judge James R. Eyler of the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland in a panel discussion on Civil and Family Law Post-Trial Motions Practice.
Kevin F. Arthur karthur@kg-law.com


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For Kevin Arthur, a principal at Kramon & Graham P.A. in Baltimore, the doubt , coupled with pain , started sinking in around mile 16.


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For Kevin Arthur, a principal at Kramon & Graham P.A. in Baltimore, the doubt , coupled with pain , started sinking in around mile 16.In was November 2004 in New York City and he was running his first marathon, a 26-mile course that passes through the five boroughs, over five bridges and finishes at Central Park.He had just crossed over the Queensboro Bridge into Manhattan and began heading north and slightly uphill when it hit him:"I started getting cramps and running out of energy; my legs started to hurt," he recalled."I had some vague idea that things like that happened but somehow I thought that I was immune , and I found out I was not," Arthur said.At mile 20, just after crossing into the Bronx, he stopped and rested for 10 minutes, then began walking the next mile while he watched people pass him by and wondered why seemingly less in-shape runners were still plowing on.After all, he'd picked up a book that year about marathon training, although there just wasn't enough time in his schedule to follow all its suggestions to the letter.His friends had also reasoned in the months before that if he could easily run 12 or 14 miles at a time, doubling that amount for a marathon couldn't be all that different.Arthur eventually finished the race at 4 hours and 32 minutes, about an hour less than his target time."It was really a humbling experience," he said, but it taught him "the value of preparation and training."Since then Arthur, 49, has run in the Marine Corps Marathon in 2006 and the Philadelphia Marathon last year, both of which he finished in about three and a half hours.He recently qualified for the Boston Marathon, which will be held in April.Although he said he's not quite looking forward to giving up his free time to train on the weekends again, at least this time around he knows what to expect."Somebody told me recently that if anyone asks you what's your hardest marathon, the answer is always your first , and it's so true," said Arthur.


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