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Economic Injury Disaster Loans v. Paycheck Protection Program Loans

  SBA ECONOMIC INJURY DISASTER LOANS (“EIDLs”) AND EMERGENCY ECONOMIC INJURY GRANTS SBA PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM (“PPP”) LOANS Where to apply Directly with the SBA With an existing SBA lender, using an application similar to this sample When to apply Now From April 3 (for small businesses and sole proprietorships) and April 10 (for independent…

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CARES Act — Preliminary Loan Application Checklist

By now, you are likely aware that Congress recently passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (“CARES Act”) which, among other things, is intended to assist business owners with immediate cashflow needs. Among the programs established under the CARES Act is the Paycheck Protection Program. Prospective applicants should begin gathering the following…

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Federal and State COVID-19 Emergency Business Relief Programs

Bowie & Jensen is carefully following ongoing federal and Maryland state business relief efforts in response to the COVID-19 emergency. This page provides an overview of the currently available loan and grant programs created to provide relief to businesses affected by the emergency. If you would like to discuss any of these programs, please contact…

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Bethany Neeb Joins Bowie & Jensen’s Commercial Litigation Department

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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Bowie & Jensen Attorneys Honored to 2020 Maryland Super Lawyers

The attorneys at Bowie & Jensen, LLC are excited to announce that several of the firm’s attorneys have been named to the 2020 Super Lawyers Lists for Maryland.  Bowie & Jensen’s 2020 Maryland Super Lawyers and their respective practice areas include:   Matthew A.S. Esworthy – General Litigation Joshua Glikin – Intellectual Property Matthew G. Hjortsberg…

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Maryland GFOA Fall Conference

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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Bowie & Jensen Recognized in The Daily Record Reader Rankings

The attorneys at Bowie & Jensen are proud to announce that the firm was recognized by The Daily Record Reader Rankings for 2019 in several practice areas: Civil Litigation, Intellectual Property and Mergers & Acquisitions.  The Daily Record Reader Rankings is an annual reader-chosen ranking service that recognizes the top professionals in the state of…

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Josh Glikin Secures Dismissal of Federal Class Action Lawsuit

A federal court in Illinois recently dismissed with prejudice a group of class action lawsuits against firm clients Target Corporation and a private label manufacturer for the nationwide retailer.  The court agreed that the plaintiffs’ claims that “100% Grated Parmesan Cheese” is falsely advertised because the room temperature product does not consist entirely of cheese,…

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Bowie & Jensen Lawyers Recognized by The Best Lawyers in America®

We are pleased to announce that several of our Partners were recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® for 2020. Best Lawyers is a prestigious peer-reviewed recognition that is widely regarded as one of the best legal rating services in the nation. Managing Member William A. McComas also received “Lawyer of the Year” for 2020…

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Esworthy Quoted in Law.com Article

Recently, partner Matthew Esworthy was quoted in the Law.com article, “Why NY’s Criminal Discovery Reforms Aren’t a Boon to E-Discovery.” While New York state’s criminal discovery reforms to improve access to evidence were welcomed by many, observers say they may not lead to higher adoption of e-discovery tools, despite the need for more quick, efficient review.…

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