GLENN L. KLAVANS was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1978 and is also a member of... more
GLENN L. KLAVANS was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 1978 and is also a member of the United States Bankruptcy Court – U.S. District Court Bar, the Bar of the 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, and the United States Tax Court. He is an Honors graduate of Drew University and holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. Mr. Klavans is also a former Assistant State’s Atto... view profile
1997 cum laude graduate of U. Md School of Law and founder of Baylaw, LLC.... more
1997 cum laude graduate of U. Md School of Law and founder of Baylaw, LLC. Practicing in real estate, litigation and disputes, and maritime since 2000. He is the author/editor of Preparation and Trial of Tort Claims, Chapter 11 of the book Practice Manual for the Maryland Lawyer as well as many articles on riparian rights, vessel excise tax and other issues in admiralty and waterfront law. He... view profile
David W. Lease is a co-founding member of the firm and chairs the firm's litigation... more
David W. Lease is a co-founding member of the firm and chairs the firm's litigation practice. Mr. Lease represents individuals and businesses in diverse criminal and civil matters throughout the region with his practice focused in the areas of criminal law, residential and commercial landlord/tenant matters, appellate practice and commercial litigation, including business, real estate and const... view profile
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