Imoh is an accomplished litigator with nearly 15 years of experience representing corporations and insurers in a variety of matters involving catastrophic injury, wrongful death, general negligence, negligent security, civil rights, and other types of claims. He has taken over 15 jury trials to verdict. A trusted counselor to his longtime clients, he has particularly deep experience in the trucking and transportation, retail and hospitality, and construction industries. Imoh is actively involved in the defense bar, serving in leadership roles with the Federation for Defense and Corporate Counsel, the Defense Research Institute, and the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence.
Locally, Imoh co-chairs the annual gala for the University of Baltimore’s Fannie Angelos Program for Academic Excellence, which was designed to identify minority students, help them gain admittance to law school, and offer support and job assistance after graduation.
Imoh earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his juris doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. During law school, he worked as a student attorney for the Baltimore City Office of the Public Defender and was the managing editor of the University of Baltimore’s Intellectual Property Law Journal. He also gained experience as a law clerk for the Hon. Althea M. Handy of the Baltimore City Circuit Court and the Hon. Inez S. Reid of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.