Raddatz Law Firm, PLLC
1212 New York Avenue, NW
Suite 850
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 466-8001 Phone
(202) 332-6700 Fax
Our Team

Mr. Raddatz, in his nearly 20 years in practice, has focused his career on serving commercial and residential landlords, banks, local, regional and national financial services providers. Mr. Raddatz has extensive experience in litigation, serving as first-chair counsel in dozens of jury trials and thousands of bench trials. Mr. Raddatz is a steady hand in drafting, settlement, negotiation, arbitration, and trial matters. Known as an aggressive, but unfailingly professional litigator and advocate, Mr. Raddatz ensures that his clients interests are timely and well represented.

Mr. Raddatz graduated with honors form the University of Arizona with dual degrees in communications and business administration. Mr. Raddatz continued his education and obtained his law degree from Marquette University. Mr. Raddatz is licensed in the District of Columbia and Maryland and previously in Wisconsin, and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, the Unites States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Columbia, the United States District Court for the District of Maryland.

Mr. Pugh has extensive experience in the area of Landlord and Tenant law in the District of Columbia with thousands of hours of courtroom litigation since he began to practice in 2006. Mr. Pugh is known as a fair but aggressive litigator who always maintains a professional demeanor with the Court and Opposing Counsel. He is always looking out for the best interests of the client and strives to solve problems with direct and straight to the point solutions. Mr. Pugh graduated with a B.A. from Hampden-Sydney College and earned his J.D. from the Appalachian School of Law. Since graduating from law school he has gained extensive experience in mortgage lending, real estate closings, corporate formation, civil litigation and negotiating settlements. Mr. Pugh is licensed in the District of Columbia and in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Ms. Roth received her bachelors degree in art history for the University of Maryland and her J.D.* from Marquette University. Ms. Roth served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Michael Sullivan of the Milwaukee County Circuit Court and previously practiced in the areas of family law (published author) and in telecommunications and cable compliance. Ms. Roth now works as the general manager of the Raddatz Law Firm, working directly with staff clients and vendors to ensure seamless representation to the firms clients. (*Does not practice law in DC, MD or VA).
Our team works in a collaborative and hands-on environment that encourages broad-based understanding of our client's issues, legal needs and objectives.
We maintain open and regular lines of communication with our clients, professional relationships with opposing counsel, and an unfailing and
unwavering attitude when it comes to obtaining and realizing our client's goals.
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