Law and Made to Order for the NMTC Board of Directors
Havre de Grace, MD – September 27, 2022 The NMTC is honored and pleased to have attorney Kaitlin Corey join its Board of Directors as Board Secretary and member of its four-person Executive Committee. Continue reading
The embargo has been lifted and we are permitted to announce that Best Lawyers® has selected Donna M.D. Thomas and Jim Astrachan, once again, for its 2023 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America®. Continue reading
Congratulations to our partner Kaitlin Corey on being named among The Daily Record’s Leading Women Under 40 for 2022.
The Daily Record’s Leading Women awards honor women who are 40 years of age or younger for the accomplishments they have made so far in their careers. Winners were selected for the honor based on their professional experience, community involvement, and commitment to inspiring change.
A partner at Goodell DeVries, Kaitlin Corey represents a wide range of clients in intellectual property law and litigation and tax law. Her practice spans everything from trademark litigation to multi-million dollar business transactions and tax controversy work. She speaks regularly on copyright and trademark law and is an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she co-teaches Trademarks and Unfair Competition Law with Jim Astrachan. She is immediate Past Chair of the Intellectual Property Section of the Maryland State Bar Association.
Kaitlin also serves as General Counsel for the Annapolis Police Foundation and as a Dean of the Lawyers’ Campaign for CollegeBound.
Goodell DeVries partner and intellectual property lawyer Jim Astrachan has been appointed to two leadership roles this month. He was named President of the Baltimore City Bar Foundation and will serve a one-year term.
Jim was also appointed Chair of the Bar Association of Baltimore City’s Professional Ethics Committee, a role in which he will serve until May 2023.
Jim represents clients in intellectual property law and litigation, mediation, and business, regulatory, and transactional matters. He is a Life Fellow of the Baltimore City Bar Foundation, the Maryland Bar Foundation, and the American Bar Foundation. He has been an adjunct professor since 1979, teaching IP courses at the University of Maryland and University of Baltimore Schools of Law and University of Baltimore Graduate School of Communications Design, and taxation subjects at Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business.