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Michael Collins represents and defends a variety of business and commercial claims in state and federal court. He has handled complex business and commercial litigation matters, including contract claims, business ownership, and shareholder disputes. His experience includes the handling of complex legal and business issues that arise in connection with electronic discovery and electronically stored information, and he routinely advises clients on legal requests for information and documents. Michael also serves as general counsel to large, midsize, and small businesses, where his clients have come to rely on and benefit from his litigation experience.

Michael works closely with clients to provide strategic and experienced legal counsel to help them achieve their business goals. He began his career as a law clerk to the Honorable Sally D. Adkins of the Maryland the Court of Appeals. 
Published In
  • "Horne v. Department of Agriculture: Just Compensation Left to Wither on the Vine," 75 MD. L. REV. 838 (2016)
  • "Willson v. Black-Bird Creek Marsh Co., 25 U.S. 245 (1829): An Early Test of the Dormant Commerce Clause," LEGAL HISTORY PUBLICATIONS, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FRANCIS KING CAREY SCHOOL OF LAW (2016)
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