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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

General Business Law

Full-service Business Law Firm

Business & Technology Law Group is a full-service business law firm with substantial experience in the representation of small and medium-sized companies, and those companies involved in the development and sale of technology services or products.

For many of our clients, BTLG attorneys act as outside general counsel and provide legal advice in a number of areas, beginning with business and corporate law advice to advice to senior management, ownership, or entrepreneurs, on corporate matters.  Areas of representation depend on client needs but can be focused or comprehensive.  For some clients, BTLG is a resource to provide advice on numerous matters in corporate structure, employment, and intellectual property strategies.

General counsel focus:

  • Start-up corporate formation and structure
  • Growth and re-capitalization issues
  • Stockholder and partner relations
  • Best practices and basic contract matters

Negotiation, Litigation, and Arbitration

In the event of disputes, BTLG provides advice and counsel to find resolution.  When your business dispute cannot be resolved by negotiation, BTLG provides a full-range of services to provide aggressive representation in litigation and arbitration.

BTLG can provide legal representation in a wide range of areas covering your business needs, in both transactions and litigation.

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News from BTLG:

BTLG Attorneys Obtain Jury Verdict in Excess of $2.3M
BTLG attorneys obtained a verdict on November 9, 2017 for a BTLG client in excess of $2.3M after an eight-day jury trial
Joint Employers Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
Under certain circumstances when an employee works for more than one employer those employers may be considered joint employers under the Fair Labor Standards Act (“FLSA”)
Application of the Business Judgment Rule to Stockholder Derivative Claims
Maryland’s highest court determined that the modified business judgment rule established in Boland v. Boland does not apply to a disinterested and independent board of directors’ decision to deny a shareholder litigation demand
Veteran-Owned Small Business Certification- What an Applicant Needs to Know
Veteran-Owned Small Businesses are subject to a procurement program that allows federal contracting and procurement agencies to set aside certain procurement contracts exclusively for them
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