Douglas J. Furlong - Of Counsel
Douglas Furlong is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Tissue Banks International ("TBI"), and serves as Of Counsel to Rosenberg Martin Greenberg. He has been a civil litigator with extensive experience representing clients in business disputes, personal injury cases and insurance coverage litigation. He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in all types of civil litigation. Doug’s clients include numerous businesses, large and small, as well as individuals who have been seriously injured and their families. He has developed a well-deserved reputation for ingenuity and for achieving optimal results as efficiently as possible. Notable cases include Inphomation, Inc. v. MCI/Worldcom Network Services, Inc., which resulted in a multi-million dollar recovery against MCI arising from its billing practices, as well as numerous wrongful death and serious personal injury cases that have resulted in the recovery of millions of dollars against motor carriers, truck brokers, state and county municipalities, an adult day care center facility and other negligent parties and their insurers. Mr. Furlong also successfully defends individuals and businesses that have been accused of negligence, often in situations where they find themselves in an uninsured position.
Doug’s twenty-eight years as a civil litigator, and his reputation for competence and integrity, have prompted many requests from the courts and fellow attorneys that he act as an impartial mediator of their cases, with an emphasis on complex, multi-party disputes. Doug has successfully mediated hundreds of cases since 1997, and is a court-approved mediator for all types of civil disputes, including business and technology disputes, medical malpractice and other forms of professional malpractice, auto tort, and estate and probate actions. He is a frequent lecturer on effective mediation techniques and practices. Doug also serves as an arbitrator at the request of other attorneys, who value his ability to quickly master the details and render a fair, well-reasoned decision.
- St. John’s University, School of Law (Honors) (1987)
- Wake Forest University, B.A. (Honors) (1984)
- U.S. District Court, District of Maryland
- U.S. Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit