Miller, Miller & Canby, Chartered
Diane Feuerherd is an appellate and trial attorney, focusing on business, real estate and eminent domain litigation in the Maryland state and federal courts. Her clients, which include families, small businesses, and large corporations, trust and credit her thorough preparation, advocacy and candor, in taking a case from the initial meeting through trial, any appeal, and successful resolution. Diane reached the rare benchmark of successfully advocating cases, including jury and bench trials, at each level of the Maryland State Courts (District Court, Circuit Court, Court of Special Appeals and Maryland’s highest court, the Court of Appeals), in just her first two years of practice.Known in Maryland for her appellate work, Diane completed a two-term appellate clerkship with the Honorable Lynne A. Battaglia of the Court of Appeals before joining the firm in the fall of 2013. Her work includes referrals from other attorneys as well as amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) organizations, before the state and federal appellate courts. She serves as Blog Manager for the Maryland State Bar Association’s (MSBA’s) Maryland Appellate Blog and is a contributing author to the treatise Appellate Practice for the Maryland Lawyer: State and Federal.Outside of the courtroom, Diane has remained dedicated to serving and improving the legal profession, at the local, state and national level, for the benefit of attorneys and the community at large. She serves as co-chair of the MSBA’s Judicial Appointments Committee, Board Member to the Maryland Bar Foundation, Past Fellow of the MSBA Leadership Academy, and a Montgomery County Bar Foundation Bar Leader. In addition, she is an Associate Member of the Owners’ Counsel of America, a national network of experienced eminent domain attorneys who represent property owners.A native of Montgomery County, she obtained her undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business and then graduated summa cum laude from the University of Baltimore School of Law. She lives in Rockville with her husband and 2 children.