President of Franklin & Prokopik, Albert B. Randall, Jr.
concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of labor and employment,
workers’ compensation and employers’ liability, tort liability, and general
civil litigation. He regularly represents employers and insurers in state and
federal courts, and before state and federal administrative agencies,
including: EEOC and FEP agencies, DOL, MOSH/OSHA, Workers’ Compensation
Commission and Office of Administrative Hearings. In addition to his active
trial practice, Mr. Randall places an emphasis on counseling employers in
effective employment policy formation and training in order to avoid costly
Randall received his Bachelor of Science degree in General Business from the
University of Maryland at College Park in 1991. He graduated with honors from
the University of Baltimore School of Law in 1995. While at the University of
Baltimore, he was an associate editor on the University of Baltimore Law
Review from 1994-1995. Mr. Randall also served with distinction in the
Maryland Army National Guard from 1989-1997.
currently admitted to practice before the Maryland Bar, the United States
District Court for the District of Maryland and the Fourth Circuit Court of
Appeals. Mr. Randall is a member of the Labor and Employment Sections of the
Maryland State Bar Association and American Bar Association. Mr. Randall also
serves on the Employment Issues Committee of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.
He has testified before the Maryland General Assembly in behalf of the Maryland
Chamber on a wide range of employment-related legislation.
Randall is a past chair of the Employment and Labor Law Practice Group of the
USLAW Network, an association of over 65 independent law firms located
throughout the country. He has extensive experience speaking on a wide range of
employment law issues, both regionally and nationally, and is a regular
contributor to a variety of industry publications.
What legal services does this lawyer offer?
Auto, Truck, Motorcycle, and Boat Accidents and Injuries
Employment Law - Management
Employment Policies and Practices
Ethics and Professional Responsibility Law
Insurance Coverage and Defense
Litigation - Labor and Employment
Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Defendants
National Labor Relations Board
Social Security & Disability
Workers' Compensation Law - Employers
How is this lawyer compensated?
This lawyer is compensated by clients, often based on an hourly fee.
Admitted in 1995
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
United States District Court for the District of Maryland
A/V Rated by Martindale-Hubbell
University of Baltimore, J.D.
University of Maryland - College Park, BS, Business
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