Barry L. Gogel represents professional athletes, politicians, artists, large institutions and litigants of all levels of sophistication. Throughout his career, Mr. Gogel has assisted in the litigation of a wide variety of complex business torts and employment related lawsuits. His array of experience includes professional malpractice, complex fraud, telecast rights disputes, Lanham Act, automotive product liability, trucking and condemnation acquisition cases.
Mr. Gogel is an adjunct professor of Negotiations and “Sports and the Law” at the University of Maryland Francis Carey King School of Law, where he also coaches the Law School’s Alternate Dispute Resolution Team. Trained in facilative mediation, Mr. Gogel brings together his experience in complex litigation, training in mediation, study of negotiations, and teaching skills as the chair of RWL’s Mediation and Dispute Resolution practice. With his unique background and experience, Mr. Gogel brings a party interest centered, problem-solving approach to mediation.
Believing in the importance of a strong community, Mr. Gogel is co-chair of the Board of the Citizenship Law Related Education Program and on its Law Link committee, which places Baltimore City high school students in law firms and legal agencies for paid summer internships. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors for the Central Maryland Chapter of the American Red Cross. Mr. Gogel is a member of the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore City Bar Association and the American and Maryland Associations for Justice.
- TCR Sports Broadcasting Holding LLP [MASN], et al v. WN Partner LLC, et al. – Supreme Court of the State of New York/First Appellate Division. Represented Baltimore Orioles as managing partner of MASN in petition to vacate award by MLB committee concerning telecast rights fees MASN was to pay Washington Nationals. Award vacated, appeal pending (2014-present)
- Guttman v. Saul Ewing LLP – Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Malpractice lawsuit brought by Trustee in Bankruptcy on behalf of bankruptcy estate. Court approved settlement (2016)
- EngagePoint, Inc. v. Noridian Health Administrative Services, LLC – American Arbitration Association. Dispute between contractor and subcontractor concerning alleged failures of Maryland Health Care Exchange on-line website. Confidential settlement (2015)
- Fuller v. Ford Motor Company – Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore County. Product liability litigation arising from fatal truck fire, killing father of two. Confidential settlement (2014)
- DDJ Capital Management, LLC v. Rhone Group, LLC – Supreme Court of New York, New York County, New York Court of Appeals, claims for fraud brought on behalf of lenders to recover $40,000,000 from borrowers. Confidential settlement after order by New York’s highest court upholding lenders’ right to sue (2011)
- Gray & Associates LLC v. McDermott, Will & Emery LLP, and Gray & Associates LLC v. Speltz & Weiss LLC – United States District Court for the Southern District of New York and Supreme Court of New York. Actions by litigation trust created in bankruptcy of St. Vincent Catholic Medical Center in New York against management company, financial advisors and bankruptcy counsel for negligence, breach of fiduciary duty and conflict of interest. Confidential Settlements (2009, 2010)
- State v. Dixon – Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore City. Represented Mayor of Baltimore accused of committing misappropriation of gift cards and failing to disclose certain gifts on financial disclosure forms. Case resolved without a criminal conviction (2009)
- Strudwick v. Whitney Information Network – Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore. Complex defamation action brought by local business man and investors against publicly traded competitor in real estate industry. Settled for $3.8 million (2009)
- Lewis Productions, Inc. v. Angelou – United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Defended noted poet against former agent who brought claims of breach of contract and fraud. Breach of contract case dismissed and summary judgment granted in favor of the poet on the fraud claims (2008)
- Prosys Inc. v. Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical System, et al. – Maryland Circuit Court for Baltimore City, intellectual property case to protect computer trade secrets. Confidential settlement (2008)
- Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, L.P. v. Baltimore Orioles, L.P. – Maryland Circuit Court for Montgomery County, defended professional sports franchise in pay television rights and contract dispute; case dismissed in favor of the Orioles (2005)
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT EACH CASE IS DIFFERENT AND THE PAST RECORD IS NO ASSURANCE OF FAVORABLE RESULTS IN ANY FUTURE CASE.
- AV rated attorney
- Perennially included among the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Lawyers
- Listed as a Maryland Super Lawyer
- Mediation Certificate, Center for Alternate Dispute Resolution
- Maryland (1997)
- U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland (1998)
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit (1998)
Mr. Gogel earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Maryland, where he received The William P. Cunningham Award for exceptional achievement and service to the Maryland School of Law and the Corpus Juris Secundum Award for Torts. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Vermont.
“In more than 20 years in business Barry Gogel is one of the finest professionals of any kind that I have ever hired. He cares more about his clients and his craft than almost any other legal professional I have encountered. He combines that with extraordinary creativity and attention to detail. I would give him my highest recommendation.”
– Jack Gilden, Advisor at Jack Gilden Marketing, Strategist/Messaging Expert and Author of “Collision of Wills”