MICHAEL J. BRAMNICK
Repeatedly recognized by Maryland and D.C. Super Lawyer Magazine.
Michael J. Bramnick has been practicing law for over a decade and focuses on all aspects of civil litigation including contract disputes, residential and commercial real estate disputes, business torts, construction litigation including mechanic’s liens and collections for contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers, and general post-judgment collections and enforcement matters throughout Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
A full-service law firm serving Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia, Bramnick Law LLC offers quality legal representation to businesses and individuals in Maryland, Virginia & the District of Columbia. Our top priority is achieving your goals swiftly, efficiently, and in a cost effective manner, whether through negotiation, mediation, alternative dispute resolution, or litigation – Bramnick Law will guide you through the legal process.
Representation of local and regional Contractors, subcontractors and suppliers involved in payment disputes on construction projects. Our understanding of construction law and litigation, payment claims, mechanic’s liens and other statutory remedies allow us to effectively resolve claims to obtain successful results for our clients.
Bramnick law handles a wide range of civil litigation matters including contract related disputes, residential and commercial real estate litigation, business torts including non-competition and other restrictive covenant violations, construction litigation and mechanic’s liens, and general post-judgment collections and enforcement matters. We work closely with our clients to devise and customize strategies to achieve their goals.
Bramnick Law is knowledgeable and experienced in post-judgment collections and enforcement matters. Often times obtaining a judgment from the Court is far easier than collecting on it. We understand the mechanisms, tools and procedures to enforce judgments in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.