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Albert B. Randall, Jr.
- Undergrad School: University of Maryland, B.S.
- Law School: University of Baltimore
Baltimore MD 21201
Bert Randall is president of Franklin & Prokopik, where he concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of employment litigation and counseling and complex civil litigation. He regularly represents employers and their insurers in state and federal courts, and before state and federal administrative agencies. In addition to his active trial practice, Bert serves as general counsel to some of the largest trade associations in Maryland. He emphasizes counseling and effective policy formation in order to avoid costly litigation. Bert has testified numerous times before Maryland's General Assembly and is a regular speaker for national legal and trade groups. He received numerous leadership awards while serving in the Maryland Army National Guard.
USLAW Practice Group Affiliations
- Business Litigation and Class Actions: Primary
- Business Transactions/Mergers and Acquisitions: Primary
- Cannabis Law: Primary
- Construction Law: Alternate 1
- E-Discovery: Primary
- Labor and Employment: Primary
- Professional Liability: Primary
- Retail and Hospitality Law: Alternate 1
- Workers’ Compensation: Primary
Resources & Articles
Legal Considerations with Corporate Health and Wellness Programs: From HIPPA and ADA to Voluntary Participation and Incentive-Based Programs
Featuring Martin S. Driggers, Sweeny Wingate & Barrow, P.A. (Hartsville, SC); Albert B. Randall, Jr., Franklin & Prokopik, P.C. (Baltimore, MD) About this program Wellness programs have come a long way since the inception of Control Data Corp.’s Stay Well program in 1979 to the point where they have become… Continue Reading
As the nation rolls out COVID vaccines, there are many unsettled issues for employers. Can employers require employees to take vaccines? What are the potential liability risks involved? Tune in to this panel discussion that dissects the latest EEOC guidance on the issue and other legal risks while offering practical… Continue Reading
The insurance industry is already feeling the effects of COVID-19, and corporate counsel, program managers, claims representatives and brokers are all under intense pressure to develop strategies for prompt and thorough claims investigations and defense. Tune in for a discussion of best practices for claims investigations, analyses of some of… Continue Reading