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09/07/18


Stein Sperling Is Honored To Welcome Matthew J. Pavlides

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Stein Sperling is pleased to announce Matthew J. Pavlides has joined the firm’s civil litigation department as a Principal.

Matt represents local and national clients in the area of government contracts, corporate governance and disputes, bid protest litigation and real estate litigation. He has worked with clients on large and complex matters as well as personal ones, working to settle disputes through mediation, arbitration and litigation.

“Matt Pavlides is widely considered one of the region’s outstanding commercial litigators”, stated Jeff Schwaber  “Having observed over many years the passion, tenacity and excellence Matt brings to his client’s causes, I was thrilled by the opportunity to combine forces, and to have Matt join our leadership ranks here at Stein Sperling. He will make us deeper, stronger and better.”

Millard Bennett added,  “Our addition of Matt as a Principal to our firm adds a person of high character, who is recognized as a superb commercial litigator, with  great leadership skills, and a reputation as an outstanding team player. “

Acting as a leader, mentor and excellent litigator Matt has been recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America in 2018 and 2019 for Commercial Litigation and Litigation – Construction and has been recognized annually as a Super Lawyer in both the State of Maryland and the District of Columbia since 2012. 


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