Baltimore, MD — The Baltimore Office was well represented at the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore’s 2019 Annual Meeting. Baltimore OMP Barry Herman, Newt Fowler, Brian Meltzer, Marina Andrews, Nick Hawkins and Christé Spiers participated in the event held on Sept. 12 at Cross Street Market in Baltimore. This year focused on celebrating another year of accomplishments and honoring Dr. Jay Perman for his six years of dedicated service as Board Chair to the Downtown Partnership.
Barry Herman is on the board of Downtown Partnership of Baltimore. Womble Bond Dickinson is a community sponsor.
Barry Herman is a Chambers-ranked IP litigator who tries cases in district courts throughout the country, at the USPTO, and at the ITC. A chemical engineer by training, Herman litigates patent disputes in the chemical, mechanical and electrical arts, and has significant experience with trademark and antitrust litigation. Outside of the courtroom, he assists clients with due diligence, opinions and strategic procurement of new technologies. He is Managing Partner of Womble Bond Dickinson’s Baltimore office.
Newton Fowler advises the firm’s clients on structuring and executing mergers and acquisitions, private equity & venture capital financing, and technology transactions. He has extensive experience representing technology companies and other growth companies as well as private equity and venture capital firms.
Brian Meltzer practices in the area of corporate law with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, private equity & venture capital financing, and general corporate governance. He has experience representing private equity groups, venture capital groups, investors and investment firms, and public and private companies.
Marina Andrews is a versatile “planes, trains and automobiles” attorney who keeps the country – and the world – moving. Her practice focuses on financial transactions that encompass all types of equipment, including aircraft (corporate and commercial), rail equipment, vehicles (trucks and tractors/trailers), vessels, mining equipment, chemical manufacturing equipment, and solar energy installations, to name a few.