Wanda G. Caporaletti
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- Managing Partner of Karpel Link & Caporaletti, LLC
- Licensed to practice law since 1989
- Accounting degree (B.S.) from Salisbury University – 1986
- Law School – University of Baltimore 1989
- Internships with Baltimore City Circuit Court Judge and a United States District Court Federal Judge.
- 4 reported cases from Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
- Top 100 Women of Maryland (2008)
- Past President of Maryland Women’s Bar Association (and other offices held)
- Past Chair WCC Section of Prince George’s and Montgomery County Bar Association WCC section
- Section Counsel of Negligence, WCC & Insurance Section of Maryland State Bar Association (Past Chair)
- Member, Law Firm Management Committee and Personal Injury Committee of Montgomery County Bar Association
- numerous speaking engagements on areas of workers compensation, personal injury and landlord-tenant law.
- Member of Maryland State Bar Association, Women’s Bar Association of Maryland, and Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland.
Richard J. Link
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- Attorney, Karpel Link & Caporaletti 2011 to present
- Attorney, Karpel & Link 1992 to 2011
- J.D., Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
- B.A., University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont
- Member of the Bars of Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia (State & Federal)
- Member, Montgomery County Bar Association
- Criminal Justice Act Panel Attorney, U.S. District Court, Maryland (standing appointment to Fort Detrick, Maryland; also handing cases at Joint Base Andrews, Greenbelt and Baltimore)
Curtis J. Karpel
Graduated from the American University in Washington, D.C. in 1966 and then attended George Washington University Law School and graduated in 1969. He has been in the private practice of law since his law school graduation. Curt is a member of the Bars of Maryland, Florida, and the District of Columbia. He is a member of various federal and state Bar Associations. Curt was a founder of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association (now known as the Maryland Association of Justice). He has co-authored a text dealing with Maryland foreclosure law and has lectured on that subject. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Maryland University College where he has taught undergraduate classes dealing with worker’s compensation law, foreclosure law, business law, probate and estate law, legal ethics and bankruptcy law. He has served as an arbitrator with the American Arbitration Association. He previously worked as staff attorney for the Maryland State Department of Legislative Reference where he drafted the Controlled Dangerous Substances Act of 1972. He has represented national corporations in non-consumer debt and collection matters. Curt has extensive trial experience.