901 Dulaney Valley Road
Towson, MD 21204
Stan Tinter joined the firm in 2018 as an associate in the firm’s Litigation, Intellectual Property, Corporate and Financial Services departments. Mr. Tinter handles many areas of corporate law.
Mr. Tinter also handles many areas of civil litigation, primarily representing commercial and business clients at all stages of litigation. Finally, Mr. Tinter provides general legal advice to businesses and financial institutions, as well as advice relating to government relations and legislative review.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Tinter was an attorney in a commercial litigation practice. His litigation experience includes representing business clients in Maryland and Virginia in numerous disputes, including contract, non-compete, employment and product liability.
Before entering private practice, Mr. Tinter served as a clerk for the Honorable Judge Julie R. Rubin, in the Baltimore City Circuit Court where he learned valuable insight into all stages of litigation.
Mr. Tinter received his Bachelor of Arts in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He earned his Juris Doctorate from the University of Maryland School of Law, receiving the William P. Cunningham Award for exceptional achievement and service to the school of law. Mr. Tinter a was an Articles Editor for the Journal of Business and Technology and was the Chairperson of the Honor Board where he oversaw the judicial body regulating student conduct and integrity. During law school, Mr. Tinter worked in the Baltimore City Public Defender’s Office in the Juvenile Division and the United States Attorneys Office for the Northern District of Maryland, was a peer adviser, and provided free tax assistance and tax preparation to lower income families through the Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic.
Mr. Tinter is a member of the Maryland Bar Association, the Virginia Bar Association, as well as Baltimore City Bar Association. He is a member of the Associate Leadership Counsel for Junior Achievement of Central Maryland and was named a 2017 Living Classrooms Foundation “Rising Star” for his work in the Baltimore community. He regularly volunteers his time in the community for several local organizations.