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6310 Hillside Court
Suite 160
Columbia, MD 21046

P. 410-290-0707

 

 

Baltimore, MD 

P. 410-962-1199

Christopher S. Young, Esq., Attorney

Christopher S. Young, Esq., AttorneyPreeminent 2015 Christopher S. Young Esq.

Attorney and Managing Member

AV Preeminent® Peer Review Rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell
 

ph 410.290.0707
cyoung@btlg.us

                                                                                   Commercial Law League of America

Areas of Practice

  • Commercial and Civil Litigation
  • Employment Litigation
  • General Business and Corporate Law

Education

  • J.D., University of Baltimore
  • B.A., University of Maryland

Bar Membership

  • Maryland (1996)         
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit 

Representative Clients

  • Paradigm Infotech
  • Security Development
  • Optivor Technologies
  • AB Construction

Professional Membership       

  • Maryland State Bar Association
  • Howard County Bar Association                                                             

Volunteer/Leader                                                       

  • Commercial Law League of America, Board of Governors, President-Elect
  • Jim Rouse Entrepreneurial Fund, Board of Directors, Chair
  • American Lung Association of Maryland, Board of Directors           
  • YMCA, Howard County Family Branch, Board of Managers, Chair
  • Leadership Howard County, Class of 2006
  • Mock Trial Advisor, Centennial High School
  • Mentor, Howard County Public Schools
  • UMBC, adjunct faculty
  • Howard County Chamber of Commerce, Legislative Affairs

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