Robert J. Baror

Robert J. Baror

Robert Baror, a cum laude graduate of Harvard University and the Cardozo School of Law, is experienced in all facets of employment law. Mr. Baror has tried and won cases in state and federal courts on issues such as disability discrimination, retaliation, breach of employment agreements, and other employment law issues. Clients Mr. Baror has successfully represented include a Fortune 500 defense contractor, women sexually harassed by the pastor of a large church in Prince George’s County, and individuals who were not paid overtime while being “on call.”

Mr. Baror, a former Chair of the Employment Law Committee of Maryland Defense Counsel, Inc., has been published in The Federal Lawyer magazine and For the Defense magazine on issues of disability discrimination and employee rights concerning social media. Additionally, he has presented on employment law topics to various human resources groups, including at an EEOC conference and a national gathering of church leaders. As a board member of the Maryland Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, Mr. Baror has regularly moderated panels at continuing legal education seminars.

While Robert has moved on to representing employees, he has experience representing both employers and employees. This gives Mr. Baror an edge in any litigation because his experience representing both sides allows him to anticipate and understand opposing counsel’s next moves and to put this to the advantage of his clients. As an experienced employment lawyer, Mr. Baror is able to provide clients with counsel to avoid litigation when that is possible, but he is always prepared to aggressively litigate any case that requires it.

In his free time, Mr. Baror can be found watching his beloved New York Mets, playing with his hound dog Abby, or relaxing near the Chesapeake Bay. Mr. Baror lives in Maryland with his wife, who is the best part of his life.

Mr. Baror, who was on Law Review, is admitted to practice law in Maryland, the District of Columbia, New York, and Connecticut. He is also admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.


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