159. Dan Renart – Navigating Law, Integrity, and Authenticity

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159. Dan Renart - Navigating Law, Integrity, and Authenticity

“I’ve always wanted to be in a job where I could help people…you’re representing good people at their worst time.”

“I have to be honest with myself because it doesn’t communicate well if you’re trying to be somebody else.”

Daniel Renart, a former President of the Maryland Hispanic Bar Association is a Partner with Reinstein, Glackin & Herriott LLC (“RGH”). Daniel Renart focuses his practice assisting clients with their divorce, custody and personal injury matters. In divorce and family law cases, Mr. Renart has experience handling complex litigation involving separation agreements, prenuptial agreements, divorce, alimony, child custody, child support, family businesses, property distribution, domestic violence, corporate issues and criminal defense matters. Daniel has been recognized for his legal knowledge and experience by various accredited organizations, including Super Lawyers, Rue Ratings, Martindale Hubbell, the Washingtonian Magazine and other. Daniel was even identified as one of the Top 100 attorneys by Super Lawyers in Maryland and the District of Columbia in 2015. The Super Lawyer Top 100 list is described as the Best of the Best lawyers in Maryland and covers all practice areas. Daniel has also been recognized by various other publications for his legal experience and knowledge, including, the Washington Post Magazine who identified Mr. Renart in 2014 as a Top Attorney in the metropolitan area and Best Attorneys in America which nominated Daniel as a lifetime charter member in 2015. Daniel Renart has experience handling divorce, alimony and custody cases throughout the Maryland Courts located in Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Rockville, Silver Spring, Hyattsville, Upper Marlboro, Ellicott City, La Plata, Prince Frederick, Centerville and Leonardtown. These Courthouses are located within the following counties where Mr. Renart has experience, including: Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, Anne Arundel County, Howard County, Charles County, Calvert County, St. Mary’s County and Queen Anne County.

Daniel Renart also represents clients before the State and U.S. Federal Courts on international family law matters, concerning the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (“Treaty”). The Treaty provides an expeditious remedy for the physical return of children who have been wrongfully removed or retained from their habitual residence, in violation of the custody rights of the parent who is left behind. Mr. Renart is fluent in Spanish, which allows him to better communicate directly with parents who are left behind in the child’s habitual country of residence as well as their attorneys abroad. Mr. Renart works towards the safe and efficient resolution of complex family law international and domestic matters.

Daniel Renart is also experienced in handling various personal injury matters and currently heads the personal injury department at RGH LLC. He has been recognized by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys with a nomination for being among the 10 Best Attorneys for Maryland for Client Satisfaction, in 2014 and 2015. According to the AIOPIA, this award “is exclusive and extended only to those select few who have reached the top of their profession while doing so with the client’s satisfaction being of the most paramount importance.” Mr. Renart has experience working with attorneys who have represented clients in hundreds of trials, recovering millions of dollars in a wide variety of cases, including, wrongful death, car accident, motorcycle accident, truck accident, construction accidents, medical malpractice and mesothelioma cases to name a few. Not only do Mr. Renart and the attorneys of RGH find success in cases where insurance companies refuse to offer their insurance policy limits, but they also focus their practice on medical malpractice and the investigation of complex medical conditions such as traumatic brain injuries, complex bone fractures, laminectomies, disc fusions, growth plate fractures, carpal tunnel surgeries, fibromyalgia and whiplash.

R.O.G. Takeaway Tips:

  • Celebrating where you come from. 
  • Give back and find a career that you can deploy your strengths. How can we be of service to others? 
  • Be grateful and honor your mentors. Who models behavior that we want to emulate?
  • Tell the truth. Be candid and clear and behave ethically.
  • Be honest with yourself and be authentic.


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