John M. Singleton managing partner, litigation of employment and labor law representing unions,
John M. Singleton’s Credentials include
- Named to 2007 and 2017 editions of The Best Lawyers in America in the Labor and Employment Law specialty.
- Named to Best Law Firms in America, 2015-2017
- Voted “Superlawyer” – Baltimore Magazine and Law and
PolitcsMagazine – 2007-2017
- Voted “Superlawyer” = Corporate Counsel Edition – Baltimore Magazine, Law and Politics, 2009-17
- Voted as one of “Best Lawyers in Maryland” – Baltimore Business Journal -2009
- Voted among “Washington D.C. Best Lawyers” – Washington Post – 2009
- Voted “AV” and “Pre-eminent Lawyers” – Martindale and Hubbell each year from 1988 through 2009
- Received an AV rating for skills and ethics from Martindale Hubble, the oldest nationally recognized rating service, for the 25th year in a row; AV is the highest possible rating available
- Listed in Martindale Hubble publication, Pre-Eminent Lawyers in America
- Appointed to United Nations Legal Committee for the United States, as Representative for mariners and labor on the United Nations, International Maritime Organization. That organization drafts international Treaties and Laws.
- Former Executive Director of the Baltimore County Human Relations Commission
- In Chamber & Partners, USA Guide to Top Attorneys, he was rated as Maryland's number one rated plaintiff employment attorney and was the only plaintiff attorney rated in their category 1 of ratings
- Served on the Executive Council of the Maryland State Bar Association Labor and Employment Section for over 12 years earning the Distinguished Service Award
- Handled high profile cases featured on 60 Minutes (Video) and Dateline (Video)
- Maryland State Bar Association - Distinguished Service Award, 1998
- Maryland Best Employment Lawyers - Chambers USA, 2003
- Baltimore's Best Employment Lawyers, 1996
- Special Master for Employment Cases - United States District Court 2002-04
John M. Singleton is a graduate of Hunter College, City University of New York, New York City, N.Y. in Psychology, Cum Laude and the Antioch School of Law, Washington, District of Columbia, J.D., graduating with Honors. His bar admissions include Maryland, 1980; U.S. District Court District of Maryland, 1980; U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit, 1982; U.S. Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit, 2001; and U.S. Supreme Court, 2002.