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Andrew M. Croll
Andrew M. Croll
Phone: (410) 468-3100
E-mail: AMCroll@ScarlettCroll.com

Education

  • The University of Michigan, College of Literature, Science and the Arts (A.B., 1982).
  • Washington University School of Law (J.D., 1987)

Reported Cases

  • Schumacher & Seiler, Inc. v. Fallston Plumbing, Inc., 91 Md. App. 696, 605 A.2d 956 (1992).
  • First Virginia Bank - Central Md. v. Schumacher & Seiler, Inc., 97 Md. App. 432, 630 A.2d 256 (1993).
  • Mercantile Club, Inc. v. Scherr, 102 Md. App. 757, 651 A.2d 456 (1995).
  • Kreisler v. Goldberg, 478 F.3d 209 (4th Cir. 2007)

Bar Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • The Bar Association of Baltimore City
  • Bankruptcy Bar Association for the District of Maryland

Practice Areas

Andrew M. Croll

Position: Member.
Mr. Croll was born in Baltimore on December 5, 1959. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The University of Michigan and a law degree from Washington University School of Law. Mr. Croll’s practice is concentrated in the areas of creditors’ rights, bankruptcy and commercial litigation. He is admitted to practice before the Court of Appeals of Maryland, the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Third and Fourth Circuits, the United States Court of Claims, the United States Tax Court, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Reported cases briefed and argued by Mr. Croll include Schumacher & Seiler, Inc. v. Fallston Plumbing, Inc., 91 Md. App. 696, 605 A.2d 956 (1992) (concerning whether certain exemptions from execution set forth in the Maryland Code are available to legal, rather than natural, persons); First Va. Bank - Central Md. v. Schumacher & Seiler, Inc., 97 Md. App. 432, 630 A.2d 256 (1993) (concerning the release of garnished property during the ten-day automatic stay period); Mercantile Club, Inc. v. Scherr, 102 Md. App. 757, 651 A.2d 456 (1995) (concerning the liability of a surety for the debt of a primary obligor that discharged its obligation in bankruptcy); and Kreisler v. Goldberg, 478 F.3d 209 (4th Cir., 2007) (concerning the applicability of the bankruptcy automatic stay to the non-debtor subsidiary of a bankrupt debtor). Mr. Croll has lectured on creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, and collection law.