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Office Manager

Cheryl A. Shifflett
(202) 295-6601
cshifflett@saul.com

Co-Managing Partner

Mark I. Gruhin

Co-Managing Partner

Andrew F. Palmieri

Conveniently located in the nation's capital, Saul Ewing's Washington, D.C. office offers its domestic and international clients the Firm’s full range of business and litigation services in addition to services traditionally attributable to a law practice in the nation’s capital, including regulatory advice and support to its clients before state and federal agencies and commissions and matters in front of Congress and the Executive branch of government.

The Firm's Washington, D.C office is well known for handling complex commercial trial and appellate litigation and its attorneys regularly appear in the federal and state court systems in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia and elsewhere throughout the country in matters including business disputes, insurance coverage, professional liability, intellectual property, construction, real estate, labor and employment and maritime, shipping and port interests.

Its labor, employment and employee benefits attorneys represent clients in a wide variety of matters in addition to litigation before agencies like the National Labor Relations Board, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Labor, PBGC and IRS. This nationally recognized group also provides a broad range of human resource advice to Firm clients around the world.

Its corporate, tax and business lawyers are also well known for handling a full range of M & A, private equity, venture capital and debt transactions in addition to general business counseling in many industries, including life sciences, technology and government contracts. The office also houses the Firm’s gaming and racino practice, with attorneys who represent owners, operators, applicants, borrowers, lenders and vendors throughout the country that are involved in the casino, resort, horse racing and gambling businesses.

Its highly-regarded real estate and land-use attorneys represent land owners, developers, borrowers and lenders and have left their imprint on some of the most iconic developments throughout the Washington Metro area and nationwide.

In 2011, the office moved to 1919 Pennsylvania Avenue, within the Central Business District and in close proximity to the White House, World Bank, International Monetary Fund and George Washington University.

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From Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA)

  1. Exit the airport going north; merge onto the George Washington Memorial Parkway North/GW Parkway North
  2. Take the I-395 N Exit toward Washington
  3. Merge onto US-1 N; continue straight onto 14th Street, N.W.
  4. Turn left onto I Street, N.W.
  5. Turn left onto 19th Street, N.W.
  6. Turn right onto Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

From Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD)

  1. Merge onto the Dulles Airport Access Road
  2. Dulles Airport Access Road becomes VA-267 E; VA-267 E becomes I-66 E (Crossing into Washington)
  3. Take the E Street Exit on the left toward I-66 E
  4. Take the E Street ramp; continue forward on E Street Expressway
  5. Turn left onto 18th Street, N.W.
  6. Turn left onto I Street, N.W.
  7. Turn left onto 19th Street, N.W.
  8. Turn right onto Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)

  1. Go west on I-195 W
  2. Merge onto MD-295 S via Exit 2B toward Washington
  3. Take the exit onto I-695 W - Stay to the left and continue onto I-395.
  4. Take the Maine Ave exit (to the right).
  5. Merge onto Maine Ave, which turns into Independence Ave
  6. Slight right onto 17th St NW
  7. Turn left onto Pennsylvania Ave NW - Building will be on the right
  8. Note: During morning (7 to 9) and evening (4 to 6) rush hours there is no permitted left on Pennsylvania Avenue - Alternate:
  9. From 17th Street Turn left on G Street and make first right onto 18th Street. Stay in left lane and make left onto Pennsylvania. Building will be on your right.

From I-95 North

  1. Merge onto I-395 N toward Washington / I-495 / Tysons Corner
  2. Take US-1 N toward Downtown
  3. Continue straight on 14th Street, N.W.
  4. Left onto I Street, N.W.
  5. Turn left onto 19th Street, N.W.
  6. Turn right onto Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.

Union Station to Office - by Metro Red Line

  1. Cab is the quickest way to the office, but we are also Metro accessible.
  2. Take Red Line to Farragut North
  3. Northeast corner of Connecticut Avenue and K Street, N.W.; southwest corner of Connecticut Avenue and L Street, N.W.; northeast corner of Connecticut Avenue and L Street, N.W.
  4. Head south on Connecticut Avenue
  5. Cross K Street; bear right and continue south on 17th Street
  6. Turn right at I Street
  7. Turn left at 19th Street
  8. Turn right at Pennsylvania Avenue

Union Station to Office - By Metro Blue or Orange Line

  1. From any other line, transfer to the Blue/Orange line or the Red line.
  2. Blue/Orange Line, Farragut West (closest stop)
  3. Northwest corner of 18th and I Streets, N.W.; southeast corner of 17th and I Streets, N.W.
  4. Head west on I Street toward 19th Street
  5. Turn left at 19th Street
  6. Turn right at Pennsylvania Avenue
  7. Blue/Orange Line, Foggy Bottom
  8. Northwest corner of 23rd and I Streets, N.W.
  9. Head east on I Street
  10. Bear right onto Pennsylvania Avenue
  11. Red Line, Farragut North
  12. Northeast corner of Connecticut Avenue and K Street, N.W.; southwest corner of Connecticut Avenue and L Street, N.W.; northeast corner of Connecticut Avenue and L Street, N.W.
  13. Head south on Connecticut Avenue
  14. Cross K Street; bear right and continue south on 17th Street
  15. Turn right at I Street Turn left at 19th Street
  16. Turn right at Pennsylvania Avenue

Union Station to Office - By Circulator Bus

  1. The Circulator stop at Union Station for this route is located on the bus level of the parking garage, accessible from the mezzanine level of the station
  2. Take the Circulator Bus marked Georgetown (fare is $1). There are about 8 stops prior to 19th and K. Exit at the 19th and K Street Stop. Walk down 19th Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. Make Right. Building entrance is on the right.
Professionals in this office
Earl Adams Jr.
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6650 Email
Matthew Antonelli
Associate
Washington T: (202) 295-6608 Email
Garry R. Boehlert
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6617 Email
Steven L. Dube
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6616 Email
Robert L. Duston
Partner
Washington T: (202) 342-3415 Email
Jeffrey H. Gelman
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6647 Email
Robert C. Gill
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6605 Email
Cynthia A. Giordano
Special Counsel
Washington T: (202) 295-6612 Email
Michael A. Gold
Partner
New York , Washington T: (202) 295-6651 Email
Mark I. Gruhin
Partner
Washington T: (202) 342-3444 Email
Jonathan A. Havens
Associate
Baltimore, Washington T: (410) 332-8757 Email
Paul M. Heylman
Partner
Baltimore, Washington T: (202) 342-3422 Email
Aaron Kornblith
Associate
Washington T: (202) 295-6619 Email
Clarence Y. Lee
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6614 Email
Edward R. Levin
Special Counsel
Washington T: (202) 342-3420 Email
Lara J. Mangum
Associate
Washington T: (202) 295-6662 Email
Soha Mody
Special Counsel
Washington T: (202) 295-6625 Email
William D. Nussbaum
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6652 Email
Andrew F. Palmieri
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6674 Email
Henry A. Platt
Partner
Washington T: (202) 342-3447 Email
Jay Reilly
Special Counsel
Washington T: (202) 295-6611 Email
Jason A. Ross
Associate
Washington T: (202) 295-6655 Email
Thomas S. Schaufelberger
Partner
Washington T: (202) 295-6609 Email
Ira M. Shepard
Of Counsel
New York , Washington T: (202) 342-3419 Email
Nicholas C. Stewart
Associate
Baltimore, Washington T: (410) 332-8616 Email
David J. Walker
Special Counsel
Washington T: (202) 295-6648 Email