It may sound corny, but the best part of my job is helping people and businesses.
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Business, Corporate & Incorporation, Criminal Defense, Employment & Labor
Timothy Faith is an attorney admitted to the Maryland bar in 2008. Prior to entering private practice as an attorney in 2009, Tim spent ten years managing information technology services, including negotiating contracts for the purchase and implem...
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Corporate & Incorporation, Intellectual Property, Estate Planning, Appeals
I concentrate in construction law, and represent owners, general contractors, subcontractors and sureties in all stages of the construction process - negotiation of contracts, bid protests, resolution of disputes during the course of projects, and...
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Litigation, Construction & Development
Over the course of my 25 years of experience, my practice has primarily focused on surety and construction law. I am rated AV Preeminent 4.9 out of 5.0 by Martindale-Hubbel, I have been selected as a Best Lawyer in Construction Law by The Be...
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Construction & Development, Government Contracts, Litigation, Mediation
Internet and technology attorney representing online businesses and website and software developers.
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Business, Licensing, Internet, Intellectual Property
Review: “Ben did an excellent job with my case and was not affraid to defend me. He understood the laws very well and continued to partner and negotiate with the prosecution which led to having my charges dropped completely. I hig...
Practice areas & skills: Contracts & Agreements, Criminal Defense, Litigation
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Contract lawyers have experience writing contracts and agreements; they know the correct contract formats and legal terms to protect and enhance your rights in case things don't go as planned. Should you need to sue someone, a written contract gives the judge a basis for determining your rights. If you want to draw up a legal agreement, if you're wondering if you can get out of a contract that's gone bad, or if you believe that someone has not lived up to the terms of a contract, you should consult a contract lawyer.