The Evolution of a Law Firm
Shapiro Meiselman & Greene, Chtd. is formed
Firm changes name to Meiselman & Greene, Chtd.
William J. Inman, fresh out of law school, is hired as an associate attorney.
Meiselman & Greene Closes
Although Meiselman & Green closes its doors, it doesn’t stop the evolution of the firm: – David S. Greene opens The Law Offices of David S. Greene – Irwin G. Meiselman and Robert D. Salzer open Meiselman & Salzer, P.C. – William Inman opens The Law Offices of William J. Inman
Meiselman, Salzer & Inman P.C. is formed.
Robert D. Salzer, co-founder of Meiselman, Salzer & Inman P.C., passes away.
David J. Kaminow, an exceptional bankruptcy and business law attorney, joins the firm. Firm changes name to Mesiselman, Salzer, Inman & Kaminow P.C.
After an exceptional career representing thousands of clients, one of the original Founders retires.
The firm purchases an office building in Frederick, MD
The firm changes name to Inman Kaminow P.C.
Matt Harkins joins Inman Kaminow as an Associate Attorney. Matt’s practice includes a range of litigation and personal injury matters, with a focus on representing injured workers in claims for workers’ compensation.