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Mark Jensen, co-founder and partner at Bowie & Jensen, was recently appointed as Chairman of the Board at the Maryland Hospital Association (MHA). Headquartered in Elkridge, Maryland, MHA represents every hospital in the state and serves as the advocate before legislative and regulatory bodies. Since its establishment in 1970, the organization has acted as a…

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Bowie & Jensen co-founder and partner Mark Jensen was appointed to the Board of Directors of Evapco Incorporated. He will serve as Secretary on the Board of Directors for the company based out of Taneytown, Maryland. Evapco Inc. is an international manufacturing company with locations throughout the US, Europe and Asia.    Mr. Jensen brings…

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Several companies in the Canton Emerging Technology Center recently reached out for advice on business development.  My good friend Andrew Rose (Director of Marketing & Business Development at Naden/Lean, LLC) graciously agreed to organize a panel to discuss business development (not marketing and not sales) with ETC companies.  It was my pleasure to join Nigel…

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A limited liability company (LLC) does just that; it limits the  liability of the business’s owners. This means that with limited exceptions, liability for the actions of the LLC can only be satisfied from the assets of the LLC. Personal holdings and assets of the individual  owners and officers are protected so long as the…

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On October 4, 2012, several “TechBreakfasters,” who are regular attendees of the Baltimore Tech Breakfast (http://www.meetup.com/TechBreakfast), participated in a day long workshop led by Mark T. Jensen and Jeremy T. Garner of Bowie & Jensen, LLC.  The event was designed to provide entrepreneurs and start-ups with a crash course on the nuts and bolts of…

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Mark T. Jensen, co-founder of Bowie & Jensen and head of the firm’s transaction department, gives tips for businesses struggling with loans Towson, MD: Mr. Jensen is a co-founder of Bowie & Jensen and leads the firm’s transactional department. He has received numerous legal awards and most recently was named to SmartCEO’s legal elite. As…

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Tony Hayward of BP, Mark Hurd, CEO of HP and William Weldon of Johnson & Johnson have been identified by Sydney Finkelstein, Steven Roth Professor of Management at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, as the worst CEO’s of 2010. Professor Finkelstein found that they all share the “unfortunate combination of believing they’ve…

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