skip to main content
Receive client alerts and/or Silicon Valley e-News in your inbox.
Sign up: Click here to receive updates on events in our Baltimore office.
Womble Carlyle’s Baltimore office serves emerging growth, middle market and larger companies in an important global business market. Our attorneys serve as trusted advisors to our clients in all facets of complex business, litigation and financing issues and transactions.
Some of the Baltimore team’s specific client services include:
In the community, Womble Carlyle’s Baltimore office supports the Maryland Zoo, the American Heart Association, the Maryland Food Bank, Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore, Best Buddies International, Greater Baltimore Committee, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, Association for Corporate Growth, the Maryland Technology Development Corporation, House of Ruth Maryland and Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts.
Womble Carlyle attorney David Hamilton has been named to the 2017 list of Maryland Super Lawyers in the category of Business Litigation. In addition, attorney Heather Pruger has been honored as a Maryland Rising Star in the Mergers & Acquisitions category.
Presented by Womble Carlyle and M&T Bank’s Equity Sponsor Group, the first DEALSwarm event took place Thursday, Dec. 8th in Baltimore. Here’s how it works—representatives of nine private equity funds and nine investment banks come together, then hold short (30-minute), one-on-one pitch sessions. Each bank and each fund gets nine meetings throughout the course of the day.
Womble Carlyle attorneys Julie Hopkins and Will Hubbard gave a presentation titled “Breaking Down Brexit’s IP Impact: Can Your Clients Keep Calm and Carry On?” to members of the Maryland State Bar Association’s Intellectual Property Section.
TEDCO’s 6th Annual Entrepreneur Expo will bring together all of Maryland’s entrepreneurial resources from across Maryland into one place, at one time.
Cyber security threats are challenging for businesses to manage and mitigate— there are a host of new technologies, services, insurance products and solutions being offered, and decisions about what to do are increasingly complex.
Womble Carlyle attorneys Julie Hopkins and Heather Pruger will be among the speakers at the Impact Bootcamp, a program of the Social Innovation Lab at Johns Hopkins University.