Business Transactions
Civil Litigation
Employment Counseling and Defense


Harvard Law School, J.D.

University of Pennsylvania,
Master of Governmental Administration

Stanford University, B.S.


District of Columbia

Kerry J. Davidson

1738 Elton Road
Suite 113
Silver Spring, Maryland 20903

T: 240.394.6330 | F: 866.920.1535

Kerry Davidson is an experienced and successful litigator, Mr. Davidson’s legal practice includes general corporate representation, civil litigation, and criminal litigation. Mr. Davidson’s litigation experience includes both appellate and trial work in both federal and state courts in the District of Columbia and Maryland. Mr. Davidson has also successfully defended international administrative proceedings before the World Bank, federal military separation hearings, the forfeiture of a pilot’s license before the Federal Aviation Administration, and dozens of various other administrative hearings, including union grievance proceedings, child neglect, and other arbitration panels. Mr. Davidson has brought and/or defended claims in the practice areas of corporate law, employment law, labor law, criminal law, tort law, and real estate law, and medical malpractice. Mr. Davidson’s transactional practice includes drafting and negotiation of business purchase agreements, joint venture agreements, software licenses, service contracts, corporate bylaws, real estate purchase agreements, and commercial leases.

Immediately after graduation from Harvard Law School, Mr. Davidson clerked for the former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, which is the final trial court for all claims against the United States stemming from government contracts, taxation, or intellectual property disputes. This experience provided him with broad exposure to judicial resolution of extremely high-stakes civil litigation at a very early stage in his career.

Mr. Davidson has participated in major litigation projects involving Fortune 500 clients, primarily in the area of asbestos defense with the Law Office of George Doub, but also in the area of securities litigation during his work with Zuckerman, Spaeder, LLP. As a sole practitioner, he has single-handedly engineered the recovery of several mid-six figure verdicts and settlements in the areas of real estate litigation, employment litigation, and family litigation, and consummated a seven- figure settlement for his creditor-client in bankruptcy court. To enforce judgments, he has employed corporate veil-piercing techniques and other means to seize bank accounts, vehicles, and corporate account receivables.