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Suite 160
Columbia, MD 21046

P. 410-290-0707

111 South Calvert Street

Suite 2700

Baltimore, MD 21202

P. 410-962-1199

Law Firm Overview

BTLG serving business needs of the Mid-Atlantic region

BTLG History

Business & Technology Law Group (BTLG), was created in 2000 to address the specialized needs of business. BTLG has assisted over 1500 clients doing business in the Mid-Atlantic region. These clients operate in a diverse array of industries, including professional services, government contracting, retail, manufacturing, e-commerce and the development of intellectual properties.

What is BTLG?

BTLG, also known as the Business & Technology Law Group, is a full-service business law firm.

Who does BTLG represent?

BTLG represents businesses in a variety of industries. Although we represent some large, and public companies, our clients are typically small to medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs. See Representative Clients

Does BTLG have a specialty?

The ethical rules that govern the practice of law in Maryland do not allow us to claim a "specialty". BTLG does, however, have substantial experience in a number of areas including computer technology development and licensing transactions and litigation, employer-employee issues, small business acquisitions and commercial contracts.

Why do clients choose BTLG?

Clients have come to our firm for a variety of reasons, often on the strength of a solid referral from our existing clients. Where they have had other legal counsel, new clients have made the transition to our firm because we can provide one or more of the following:

  1. a business focus
  2. a more rapid response
  3. a higher level of communication and involvement; or
  4. a more practical approach to legal issues

Does BTLG handle litigation?

BTLG has represented clients at every level of Maryland's State and Federal courts. While often these matters are small in dollar value, we are often called upon to manage, and take to trial, complex pieces of litigation involving tens of thousands of pages of documents and dozens of witnesses.

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News from BTLG:

Non-competes for low wage earners void
Under a new Maryland law any non-compete agreement that restricts the ability of an employee who earns less than $15.00 per hour or $31,200)annually, to work in the same or similar business or trade shall be deemed null and void
New $15.00 Maryland Minimum Wage
Maryland recently joined the ranks of other states that have enacted legislation to raise the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour
Contractor Enhanced Liability for Unpaid Wages
Beginning on October 1, 2018, general contractors working on construction projects became jointly and severally liable for a subcontractor’s failure to pay its employees for all hours worked in violation of Maryland’s Wage Payment and Collection Law
Voting Leave
Maryland employers have an obligation to provide paid leave for employees to vote under certain circumstances
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