Jared M. Green

Mr. Green is an experienced courtroom attorney and an associate with the firm where he concentrates his practice on the defense of health care providers and health care institutions in cases of alleged medical negligence and in criminal matters.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Green spent nine years with the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office, where he excelled in the courtroom and advanced through the District Court and Juvenile Divisions to become a member of the Circuit Court's Felony Trial Team and in charge of Human Trafficking.

Mr. Green prosecuted the most serious of crimes and worked with local and federal law enforcement to hold accountable those who trafficked women for prostitution, focusing on offenders who victimized minors and/or used violence. Mr. Green’s success as a prosecutor can be substantiated by a case that involved the trafficking of a minor, in which the defendant was convicted by a jury of Human Trafficking and received a twenty-five-year sentence—the largest Human Trafficking sentence in Maryland history.

As a member of the firm, Mr. Green’s courtroom success has continued. In September 2016, he obtained a defense verdict for his client, a gastrointestinal physician. The Plaintiffs alleged that the physician negligently dilated the Decedent’s esophagus during a procedure to remove her esophageal cancer, causing an esophageal perforation and ultimately her death. At the end of a two-week trial, however, the jury took only thirty minutes to unanimously find in favor of Mr. Green’s client, the physician.

In another case from April 2017, Mr. Green obtained summary judgment for his client, an otolaryngologist. The Plaintiff alleged that the physician negligently left a foreign body in the Plaintiff following a tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy. In support of her claim, the Plaintiff relied on theories of “obvious negligence” and res ipsa loquitur. After oral arguments days before trial, the hearing judge agreed with Mr. Green that the law required the Plaintiff to produce medical expert testimony on the applicable standard of care, the breach in the standard of care and the damages, and that Mr. Green’s client was entitled to judgment as a matter of law.

Mr. Green has experience with the investigative analysis and trial application of cell phone tower technology, historical and extracted cell phone data, fingerprints, serology, DNA, gunshot residue, firearms, forensic pathology, IP addresses and social media.

In 2016 and 2017, Mr. Green was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers as a Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney. 

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Professional Associations

  • Maryland-D.C. Society for Healthcare Risk Management (MD-DC SHRM)
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Maryland Defense Counsel, Inc., Judicial Selections Committee 
  • Defense Research Institute, Government Enforcement and Corporate Compliance Committee

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Honors and Awards

  • Super Lawyers, Top Rated Medical Malpractice Attorney in Baltimore, MD, Rising Star (2016, 2017)
  • Top 10 Criminal Defense Attorney Under Age 40, National Academy of Criminal Defense Attorneys (2016)

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Professional Training Highlights

  • Obstetrical Safety Training, MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center (December  2017)
  • Negligence or Criminal Activity? Prosecution for Unnecessary or Negligent Care, American Society of Health Risk Management (July 2017)
  • Deposition Bootcamp, Federation of Defense and Corporate Counsel (December 2015)
  • Homicide Investigation Seminar, Harvard Associates in Police Science (July 2015)
  • Forensically Interviewing Children, Child First, Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission (September 2014)
  • Career Prosecutor Course, National District Attorneys Association (June 2011)
  • Trial Advocacy Program, Maryland State's Attorneys' Association (November 2009)

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Presentations

  • "Positive & Effective Juror Interactions: Lessons Learned from a Recent Roundtable Discussion," Moderated panel discussion with former medical malpractice jurors on effective trial strategies and techniques in medical malpractice cases (November 2017)
  • "Violent Patients: Strategies for Keeping Yourself Safe," Panel presentation to Maryland-DC Society for Healthcare Risk Management (March 2018)
  • "Workplace Violence Prevention," Panel presentation to risk management team and occupational health leaders (March 2018)
  • "Not Part of the Job: Workplace Violence in Healthcare," Panel presentation to healthcare professionals (May 2018)

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Publications

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