Giving Victims A Voice
And Getting Results
Bringing justice to individuals and families impacted by nursing home negligence and malpractice throughout Maryland.
- Nursing Home Abuse
Greg Lockwood has extensive trial and appellate experience representing clients in medical malpractice, nursing home neglect, serious personal injury, motor vehicle collisions, and in diverse products liability and toxic tort litigation such as asbestos and lead paint. Greg also has represented lending institutions and clients in commercial and consumer litigation.
In particular, Greg concentrates his practice representing families in nursing home cases. He successfully has prosecuted actions involving facility-acquired pressure ulcers, falls, malnourishment, elopement and choking injuries and deaths.
Greg formerly was a principal with Miles & Stockbridge and Treanor Pope & Hughes. He also worked as a legislative assistant to United States Senator Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. and was a research analyst at the Maryland State Department of Legislative Reference.
In 2019, Greg was recognized as a Top 100 Attorney in the State of Maryland by “Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine.” And every year since 2011, Greg has been selected as a “Maryland Super Lawyer” in the area of plaintiff personal injury. Only five percent of the attorneys in Maryland are chosen each year. Greg also has received an “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell, the highest such rating available to any individual lawyer.
Gregory Lockwood recently was successful in blocking a nursing home’s effort to enforce an arbitration agreement and prevent a family from having a jury trial where their father died from infected bedsores. In Rankin v. Brinton Woods of Frankford, LLC, 241 Md. App. 604, 211 A.3d 645 (2019), the Court of Special Appeals of Maryland reversed a decision from the Circuit Court for Baltimore City and held the arbitration agreement was unconscionable and unenforceable. This is one of the only decisions in the State of Maryland in which an arbitration decision has been deemed unenforceable.
Greg is an avid runner, having completed 9 marathons. He lives in Baltimore with his wife and two children.
- University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore, Maryland
- J.D., Doctor of Jurisprudence - 1990
- Honors: With Honors
- University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
- M.A., Master of Arts - 1987
- St Mary's College, Saint Mary's City, Maryland
- B.A., Bachelor of Arts - 1985
- “Top 100 Attorney”, Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine, 2019
- “Maryland Super Lawyer”, Plaintiff Personal Injury, Maryland Super Lawyers Magazine, 2011-2020
- “AV” rating from Martindale-Hubbell
- Who's Who Among American Colleges and Universities
- J. Dudley Diggs Inn of Court, Treasurer
- American Association for Justice
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Maryland Association for Justice, Board of Governors
- Maryland Association for Justice, Member of President’s Club
- Maryland Association for Justice, Past Vice-Chair of Mentor/Mentee Committee
- Maryland Association for Justice, Vice-Chair of Nursing Home Section
- Maryland Association for Justice, Past Vice-Chair of Education and Programs Committee
- Maryland Association for Justice, Past Chair of Membership/Membership Services Committee
- Baltimore County Bar Association
- Towson Recreation Council, Past-Board Member
- Maryland, 1990
- U.S. District Court District of Maryland, 1991
- U.S. Federal Courts, 1991
- District of Columbia
- U.S. Court of Appeals 4th Circuit
- Miles & Stockbridge, Principal
- Treanor Pope & Hughes, Principal
- United States Senator Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., Legislative Assistant
- Maryland State Department of Legislative Reference, Research Analyst
- Rankin v. Brinton Woods of Frankford, LLC, 241 Md. App. 604, 211 A.3d 645 (2019)
- Schwartz v. Johnson, 206 Md.App. 458, 49 A.3d 359 (2012)
- Phoenix Life Insurance Co. v. Wachovia Bank, 199 Md.App. 259, 21 A.3d 173 (2011)
- Master Financial, Inc. v. Crowder, 409 Md. 51, 972 A.2d 864 (2009)
- Alexander v. PSB Lending, 800 N.E.2d 984 (Ind. App. 2003)
- Brown v. Dermer, 357 Md. 344, 744 A.2d 47 (2000)
- Pittsburgh Corning Corp. v. James, 353 Md. 657, 728 A.2d 210 (1999)
- Owens Corning v. Walatka, 125 Md. 313, 725 A.2d 579 (1999)
- Owens Corning v. Bauman, 125 Md.App. 454, 726 A.2d 745 (1999)
- Porter Hayden v. Bullinger, 350 Md. 452, 713 A.2d 962 (1998)
- Sullivan v. Glock, 175 F.R.D. 497 (D.Md. 1997)
- Anchor Packing Co. v. Grimshaw, 115 Md.App. 134, 692 A.2d 5 (1997)
- Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp. v. Garrett, 343 Md. 500, 682 A.2d 1143 (1996)
- Zumas v. Owens Corning Fiberglas Corp., 907 F.Supp. 131 (D.Md. 1995)
- Owens Illinois v. Zenobia, 325 Md. 420, 601 A.2d 633 (1991)