Keith O. Hinder, Jr., represents clients in commercial real estate transactions, including the purchase, sale, financing, development and leasing of all types of commercial properties.
In addition to Keith’s transactional expertise as a commercial real estate practitioner, Keith is also an experienced litigator. Keith has represented clients in matters involving real estate litigation, tax appeals, general commercial litigation, construction litigation, and insurance coverage matters within the state of Maryland. Keith’s extensive litigation experience provides Keith with a unique perspective and allows Keith to develop legal strategies with his clients to avoid litigation whenever possible.
In 2020 and 2019, Keith was selected to the Maryland Super Lawyers, Rising Star List in Real Estate, nominated by peers in the industry. A proponent of community engagement, Keith participated in the Living Classrooms Foundation’s 2017 Rising Stars Program directly supporting fundraising efforts for the organization.
Keith’s previous experience includes Claims Litigation Counsel at GEICO Insurance Company in Chevy Chase, MD and as an in-house attorney for GEICO’s Staff Counsel office here in Baltimore. Following Keith’s graduation for law school in 2 ½ years, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas E. Marshall of the Circuit Court for Harford County, Maryland.
Related Practice Areas
- J.D., University Baltimore School of Law, 2010
- Gettysburg College, 2007
- American Bar Association
- Harford County Bar Association Member
- NAIOP MD Developing Leaders
- Urban Land Institute
- Maryland Super Lawyers, Rising Star List in Real Estate, 2018-2020
- Living Classrooms Foundation’s 2017 Rising Stars Program
News and Publications
- The Landlord Need Have No Favorites – The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Wades into the Muddy Waters of Maryland’s Application of the Duty-to-Mitigate Defense Under a Commercial Lease. - https://groundrulesblog.wordpress.com/2019/06/17/the-landlord-need-have-no-favorites/
- When “Going Green” isn’t Attractive – Maryland’s Court of Special Appeals Determines an HOA’S Architectural Committee may Impose Reasonable Limitations on Solar Panel Installation. https://groundrulesblog.wordpress.com/2019/11/25/when-going-green-isnt-attractive-marylands-court-of-special-appeals-determines-an-hoas-architectural-committee-may-impose-reasonable-limitations/