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Bowie & Jensen, LLC is pleased to announce that Bethany Neeb has joined the firm as an associate attorney in the commercial litigation department. Ms. Neeb’s practice focuses in the area of property and business disputes as well as cybersecurity matters.  Ms. Neeb served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Colleen A. Cavanaugh…

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Last week, Bowie & Jensen attorney, Matthew Esworthy spoke at the Maryland GFOA (Govt. Finance Officers Association) Fall Conference on the Topic of Cybercrime Ransomware. Matt’s co-presenters were Adam Lippe, Chief of Economic Crime/Cybercrime for The Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office and Dr. Richard Forno, Assistant Director, UMBC Center for Cybersecurity and Director of the…

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New York’s top appellate court recently affirmed a lower court ruling against the estate of Duke Ellington in a claim brought against the jazz legend’s record company, EMI. The plaintiff, Ellington’s grandson, filed suit to recover royalties claimed to be due the estate under a U.S copyright renewal agreement from 1961 that covered certain relevant…

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Information technology companies sometimes hinder estate executors and trustees from gaining access to a deceased person’s digital records and assets, as interpretations of existing law apparently lag behind innovations in technology. In a poignant example of a digital terms-of-service agreement preventing a family’s access to the records of a deceased loved one, Yahoo! in 2004…

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Joshua A. Glikin was recently quoted in the Maryland Daily Record regarding a potential contractual dispute between the State and the contractors involved with the Maryland Health Connection website. The failed launch of Maryland Health Connection could turn into a contractual dispute between the State and the contractors that built the exchange. The Maryland Health Benefit…

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