Thomas J. Dolina

Thomas J. Dolina

Hagerstown, MD

  • user-graduate Education University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Experience 41 years of experience year
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Practice Areas

Personal Injury
Workers' Compensation
Employment Law
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • Colorado
    District of Columbia Bar

Spoken Languages

  • Czech
  • English


Mr. Dolina practices in business and employment law, personal injury, worker’s compensation, and professional malpractice litigation. He represents clients in transactional matters, and has an active trial practice. He has substantial trial experience before the Maryland District and Circuit Courts and the Federal District Courts. Mr. Dolina is a member of the bar for Maryland, West Virginia, Colorado, the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, and the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the District of Columbia and the Fourth Circuit. With significant experience in alternative dispute resolution, Mr. Dolina has worked with the American Arbitration Association, the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, FINRA, and the National Arbitration Forum. He also serves as a private arbitrator and is a certified mediator for the Circuit Court for Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, and Frederick County. He is a mediator for the U.S. Postal Service EEO office. Mr. Dolina has been a frequent lecturer for the Maryland Institute for Continuing Professional Education of Lawyers and has contributed to mediation and arbitration programs. He also represents employees in Baltimore County Public Schools, assisting in contract negotiation, grievances and contract administration between our clients and the Baltimore County Board of Education, along with a host of employment and work-related matters. Mr. Dolina has authored publications and articles on Employment issues for both private and public sectors. Mr. Dolina often handles very difficult and complex litigation matters. Obtaining successful results in cases involving lenders, business partners, and tort litigants has required special skills in negotiation, an adherence to effective case management, and good courtroom skills. His clients have obtained verdicts and settlements in excess of 100 Million Dollars. Mr. Dolina’s appellate practice includes the published opinion of Lynne Parry v. Allstate Insuranc


  • University of Baltimore School of Law
    J.D. (1981)
    1979 - 1981