Weinberg names Monk managing partner

December 03, 1992

The Baltimore law firm of Weinberg and Green announced yesterday that Charles O. Monk II has been elected managing partner, replacing Howard B. Miller, who will assume the title of chairman of the firm.

Mr. Monk, 42, was Maryland's deputy attorney general before he joined Weinberg as a partner in 1988. He supervised the state prosecutions resulting from the 1985 savings and loan crisis. Before that, he was chief of the antitrust division in the attorney general's office.

At Weinberg, Mr. Monk has chaired the practice development committee and heads a litigation practice group. He graduated from Brown University in 1971 and from the University of Maryland Law School in 1974.

"Our firm is well-positioned to serve the changing legal needs of our clients," Mr. Monk said in a statement. "I look forward to undertaking the challenges and opportunities of my new role." Weinberg has 130 lawyers.

Mr. Miller, 57, managing partner since 1977, will remain on the firm's executive committee as an ex officio member, and will chair the partnership meetings, the firm said. His legal focus is the sale and purchase of businesses, family succession issues and stockholder issues.

A 1958 graduate of the University of Maryland, Mr. Miller received his law degree in 1962 from Maryland Law School and an advanced degree in taxation from Georgetown University in 1964.

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