Columbia, MD (PRWEB) February 17, 2010
The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A. and Business & Technology Law Group (BTLG) have formed a strategic alliance to better serve clients in the areas of Litigation and Real Estate Law.
According to Chris Young, Esq., Managing Member of BTLG “Kirk’s team is unparalleled in the area with regard to real estate matters, so we began referring clients to them in 2009 and received great feedback on their outcomes.” Added Kirk Halpin, Esq., Managing Partner of his firm “…and BTLG is superior with litigation, so they have been handling all of our litigation matters. Creating an official alliance was the next logical step.”
Collectively, these boutique firms can now offer the full breadth of services of the larger firms in the region while maintaining their local, client-focused service.
About the Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A.:
The Law Offices of Kirk Halpin & Associates, P.A. is centrally located in Howard County and serves clients throughout Maryland. The Firm was founded by Kirk Halpin in 2004 after he practiced law with large regional firms in Baltimore for nearly a decade. The Firm provides legal services to businesses and individuals in the following practice areas: Banking, Finance & Lending Law; Business & Corporate Law; Building & Construction Law; Commercial Transactions & Contracts; Employer/Employee Law; Franchise Law; Hospitality & Food/Beverage Law; Intellectual Property & Technology Law; Landlord/Tenant Matters; Mergers & Acquisitions; Real Estate; and Zoning & Land Use.
BTLG, Business & Technology Law Group, was created in January 2000 to address the specialized needs of business. Over 700 clients doing business in the Mid-Atlantic region have been, and continue to be, served by the firm. These clients operate in diverse areas of industry, including retail, manufacturing, intellectual property, and other commercial products, and services. Although BTLG represents some large, and public companies, its clients are typically small to medium-sized companies, and entrepreneurs with issues related to computer technology development and licensing transactions and litigation, employer-employee issues, small business acquisitions, and commercial contracts.