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Josh Glikin successfully defended a complex trade secrets theft lawsuit against a firm client involving web-based software applications, leading to a settlement for the firm client on favorable terms.  The firm’s client was accused of having misappropriated certain trade secrets alleged to have been embedded in the plaintiff’s software code.  Working with a software expert,…

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Bowie & Jensen managing partner Matthew Hjortsberg will present on the topic of surety bonds at a Bonding Preparation Workshop hosted by 21st Century Schools – Baltimore.  The three-day workshop aims to educate small, minority and woman-owned businesses about industry challenges and assist them in their efforts to obtain surety bonds or increase their bonding…

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Josh Glikin obtained a very rare dismissal with prejudice of four class action lawsuits brought in federal courts around the country, alleging that a firm client’s products were false advertised.  Mr. Glikin first succeeded in consolidating the cases from around the country, into a single case in Maryland’s federal court, resulting in a significant savings…

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Josh Glikin secured a victory on all race discrimination claims brought by a client’s former employee in an Illinois federal court.  The plaintiff, who worked out of the firm client’s Chicago office, was fired for poor performance and insubordination.  He brought suit shortly after his termination, alleging that the firm client had routinely discriminated against…

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Josh Glikin successfully tried a case in the Circuit Court for Carroll County concerning a client’s former Sales Manager who had breached an employment contract and misappropriated the client’s trade secrets, by secretly diverting client business to his own company.  Mr. Glikin’s client proved that the former Sales Manager had also destroyed documents that pertained…

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Bowie & Jensen is pleased to announce that four of the firm’s attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the 23rd edition of The Best Lawyers in America publication. Matthew Hjortsberg, Mark T. Jensen, William McComas and Michael Siri were all named recipients of this prestigious honor. Each attorney has been selected by their peers for…

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Bowie & Jensen Commercial Real Estate attorney, Priscilla K. Carroll, recently spoke with ABC2 about recent flooding issues that small business owners in Baltimore have been facing. Over the last few years, several business owners in a business park near White Marsh have been dealing with chronic flooding that they say is a result of highway improvement…

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Bowie & Jensen Business Litigation attorney, Matt Hjortsberg, was recently quoted in the Baltimore Sun regarding a flooding crisis in Baltimore County.  Business owners are suing Baltimore County and the State of Maryland over chronic flooding that they say was caused by ongoing highway improvement and stream restoration projects that were initiated several years ago.  Originally, these projects were…

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The State of Maryland has two Prompt Pay Acts available to all contractors, and an additional prompt payment mechanism available to Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (“DBE”) and Minority Business Enterprises (“MBE”). Prompt Payment Act for State Projects The State Prompt Payment of Subcontractors Act is found in the Code of Maryland Regulation (“COMAR”). These regulations require a…

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