Documenting Change:  Letters of intent, buy-sell agreements, operating agreements, contracts, equipment leases, workouts, mergers, dissolutions, software escrow agreements, teaming agreements, business sale contracts, and term sheets, including legal analysis of corporate documents, joint ventures, opinion letters, corporate transactional risk assessment, and due diligence.

Innovative growth -
Neighbor Ride, a growing network of volunteer drivers and senior citizen passengers, needed to manage its phenomenal growth (now over 100,000 rides provided since its formation in 2004) so we created custom ride software but in order to keep pace with increased demand we designed a new more agile software platform and were able to discover new funding sources arising from our ability to relieve the burden on public transit systems.

Using persistence and creativity to achieve clients’ objectives efficiently.

Both your attorney and your non-profit leader should be knowledgeable and should be able to communicate that knowledge to you effectively.   

Protecting Progress:  Litigation defense, claim and contract enforcement, preference action defense, proofs of claim, defense of subpoenas, ownership disputes, involuntary dissolution, workouts, business disputes.

Approaches and Experience:  Analysis, Creativity, Results - Creating Growth and Managing Change

Non-Profit Progress:  Begin with analysis, gain stakeholder participation, build an innovation team, do strategic planning, and achieve results.

Counsel to Business

Incorporating industry planning models into community outreach for the Public Advisory Committee for the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board - Exploring travel demand transportation planning model to raise effectiveness of public advisory committee input to planners and policy-makers.