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R. Stephen Carroll


Principal
R. Stephen Carroll

Stephen Carroll represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of corporate and real estate matters. He has extensive experience representing international, national, regional and local companies in mergers and acquisition transactions. He has also represented numerous lenders and borrowers in asset-based and real estate financing transactions. In addition to his transaction-specific representation, Steve's practice also involves general corporate counseling and advice, entity structuring, formation and organization, contracting and dispute resolution. Steve is also a member of the Miles & Stockbridge Real Estate group. In that facet of Steve’s practice, he represents purchasers and sellers of all types of commercial real estate and commercial landlords and tenants in the drafting and negotiation of office and retail leases.

Frequently teaming with other Miles & Stockbridge lawyers who have extensive experience in complimentary legal disciplines, Steve represents a broad array of clients, including manufacturers, distributors, property owners, developers, government contractors, banks, service providers and medical practices.

Steve has been associated with Miles & Stockbridge since December 1991, initially as an associate with the Columbia, Maryland law firm of Levan, Schimel, Belman & Abramson, P.A., which merged with Miles & Stockbridge in 1996. Prior to joining Levan, Schimel, Belman & Abramson, P.A., Steve was an associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Reed Smith Shaw & McClay from 1987 to 1991.

Affiliations & Recognition

Professional Involvement

  • American Bar Association

  • Baltimore/Washington Corridor Chamber of Commerce: Chairman of the Board (2002-2003)

  • District of Columbia Bar Association

  • Howard County Chamber of Commerce: Past General Counsel

  • Leadership Howard County: Graduate, Class of 2000

  • Maryland Bar Association

Recognition

  • Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating: Distinguished Rated

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