Barry L. Gogel represents professional athletes, politicians, artists, large institutions and litigants of all levels of sophistication. Throughout his career, Mr. Gogel has assisted in the litigation and mediation of a wide variety of complex business torts and employment related lawsuits. His array of experience includes professional malpractice, complex fraud, telecast rights disputes, Lanham Act, automotive product liability, trucking and condemnation acquisition cases.
Mr. Gogel is an adjunct professor of Negotiations and “Sports and the Law” at the University of Maryland Francis Carey King School of Law, where he also coaches the Law School’s Alternate Dispute Resolution Team. Trained in facilative mediation, Mr. Gogel brings together his experience in complex litigation, training in mediation, study of negotiations, and teaching skills as the chair of RWL’s Mediation and Dispute Resolution practice. With his unique background and experience, Mr. Gogel brings a party interest centered, problem-solving approach to mediation.
Believing in the importance of a strong community, Mr. Gogel is Chair of the Board of Maryland Youth and the Law ("MY Law") and on its MYLaw Link committee, which places Baltimore City high school students in law firms and legal agencies for paid summer internships. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors for the Central Maryland Chapter of the American Red Cross. Mr. Gogel is a member of the American Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore City Bar Association and the American and Maryland Associations for Justice.