Anthony G. Newman, Esq. graduated from the University of Maryland with a Pharmacy degree and obtained a law degree from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.
Mr. Newman began his career in the law as a Judicial Clerk for the Honorable Charles R. Richey of the U.S. District Court for DC, and is recognized as one of the most talented trial attorneys in the Washington, DC area. A board-certified and licensed pharmacist, Mr. Newman has a particular interest in complex medical malpractice disputes and cases involving human experimentation.
Mr. Newman’s skills as a trial advocate have earned his clients more than $20 million in jury verdicts. Indeed, Mr. Newman’s trial advocacy skills create a powerful incentive for opposing parties to settle. To date, Mr. Newman has recovered more than $48 million in pretrial settlements. Mr. Newman also obtained one of the largest verdicts for a breast reduction medical malpractice case in the country.
Former licensed pharmacist and certified diabetic counselor; Lecturer, American Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy; Moderator, American Society of Pharmacy Law; co-chair, Embolization Devices (Cyanoacrylate) litigation group for the American Association for Justice.
Litigation: healthcare practitioners and international review board cases (IRB).
Areas of Practice:
Medical Malpractice, Birth Trauma, Oncology Law, Plastic Surgery, Brain Injury, Catastrophic Injury, Wrongful Death, Products Liability, Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect, Managed Care Issues, Hospital Peer Review, Investigational Review Board, Human Experimentation, and Medical Devices.
Marcantonio v. Moen, 959 A.2d 764, 406 Md.1 (Md. App., 2008)
George Washington University v. Lawson, 745 A2d 323 (D.C., 2000)
Foster v. Georgetown University, 738 A.2d 791 (D.C. App. 1999);
Durphy v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Mid-Atlantic States, Inc., 698 A.2d 459 (D.C. App. 1997);
George Washington University v. Murray Waas, 648 A.2d 178 (D.C. App. 1994);
Ernest McIntosh, Esq. graduated with honors at the George Washington University Law School. He began his legal career as a prosecutor in the criminal section of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and worked as a prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia. He also worked as an instructor in the Attorney General’s Advocacy Institute. Later, Mr. McIntosh was a staff counsel to the House Subcommittee on Criminal Justice.
While in private practice, Mr. McIntosh has been involved in all phases of criminal and civil litigation. He represented clients in major narcotics trials and public corruption cases. He defended clients against charges of bribery, conflict of interest, theft, money laundering, mail and wire fraud, and obstruction of justice. He has also successfully represented clients in personal injury, medical malpractice, commercial and corporate disputes, and other civil cases. Mr. McIntosh's peers recognized his experience and skills as a trial lawyer by electing him President of the Trial Lawyers Association for Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
Areas of Practice:Criminal Law, Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury, and Civil Litigation.
Criminal Rules Committee; Trial Lawyer’s Association for Metropolitan Washington, D.C.
United States v. Wiliams, 488 F.3d 1004 (D.C. Cir. 2007)
United States v. Childress, 58 F3d 693 (DC Cir. 1995)
Jackson v. Condor Management Group, Inc., 587 A. 2d 222 (DC 1991) Gaskins v. District of Columbia, 579 A.2d 719 (DC 1990)
United States v. Vortis, 785 F.2d 327 (DC Cir. 1986)
Malloy v. United States, 483 A.2d 678 (DC 1984)
Flythe v. District of Columbia, 791 F.3d 13 (DC Cir. 2013)
United States v. Bostic, 791 F.3d 127 (DC Cir. 2015)
Lopatina v. United States, 528 F. Appx. 352 (2013)