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Attorney Spotlight: Gail Spielberger

On Behalf of | Dec 13, 2016 | Firm News

Gail Spielberger is a partner with Snee, Lutche, Helmlinger & Spielberger, P.A.  She is a well-respected litigator with more than two decades of experience handling jury and bench trials, mediations, and arbitrations throughout Maryland in both State and Federal Courts.

Her vibrant interest in the field of law is stemmed in a fundamental ambition to make a positive difference in the lives of others. Through her trial skills and passion for advocating for her clients, she effectively achieves successful dispute resolution without excessive litigation.  Gail focuses her practice on family and employment law. In addition, she handles a wide variety of litigation matters including insurance-related defense and coverage cases, products liability, lead paint defense, auto and premises liability, asbestos/mass tort complex litigation, and appeals.

She believes the talented and devoted staff and attorneys at SLH are the unique strength of the firm, and she especially values the firm’s ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively on a vast variety of legal matters.

Outside of work, Gail enjoys traveling, hiking, golf, and spending time with her husband, John, and her dog, Sherman.  Here are some additional insights on Gail:

If you could wake up tomorrow and be in someone else’s body, who would you be?  General William Tecumseh Sherman, my German Shepherd puppy.

Benign vices:  hard-shaken martinis, really bad jokes, and living room dance parties – usually at the same time!

If you had more time, what would you do?  Learn to play the saxophone that my husband bought for me seven years ago.

Favorite books:  The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger, The Great Gatsby, by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Love in the Time of Cholera, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

What makes you cringe?  Animal cruelty and rudeness.

What super power do you wish you had?  The ability to read someone’s mind, but I would settle for a better sense of direction!

Favorite family tradition:  Creating “dubious awards” lists after our vacation getaways and re-reading them years later.  The memories from these lists are more precious than photos!

Words you live by:  In a world where you can be anything, be kind.