Maryland Health Care Lawyers
On the estate planning side of his practice, Bob Maclay works with people who may be facing a very difficult time in their lives and alleviates their personal concerns regarding their children and grandchildren. Whether he is preparing wills, trusts or...
David’s business practice focuses on full life-cycle representation for emerging and established...
A 17-year veteran of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Mr. England served as Regulatory Counsel to the Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs, and before that as an FDA Consumer Safety Officer, Compliance Officer, Senior Special Agent with the Office of Criminal Investigations, and analytical regulatory...
Law Clerk/Intern, Judge H. Kemp MacDaniel, Maryland Court of Special Appeals.
Associate and Administrative Aide, Law and Legislative offices of Maryland State Senator Victor L. Crawford.
Legislative Intern, Office of Cong. Gladys Spellman, (D., Md.)
Chair, Federal Practice Section, Montgomery County Bar Assn.
Adjunct Professor, Business Law, Legal Research and Writing, Montgomery College.
Towson, MD 21286
Maryland Health Care Legal Aid & Pro Bono Services
Maryland, Bar Foundation, Inc. Montgomery County Pro Bono Program
Bar Association of Baltimore City Legal Services to the Elderly Program
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