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About Robert Bowie, Jr.

Robert R. Bowie, Jr. founded the Law Office of Robert R. Bowie, Jr. on March 1, 1990. One year later, Bowie & Jensen was formed with Mr. Bowie managing all of the firm’s litigation matters. Today, Mr. Bowie is head of the firm’s litigation department. In that capacity, he has litigated all forms of business and business-related cases, including antitrust, intellectual property, trade secrets, restrictive covenants and administrative law. He has litigated cases at the trial and appellate levels, in state and federal courts and in administrative hearings and in arbitration. Mr. Bowie’s experience in business litigation extends over thirty years and ranges from patent and intellectual property cases in the Nutraceutical and HVAC industries to business disputes concerning a professional athlete’s management company; to the construction and installation of the lights in Boston’s Ted Williams tunnel to antitrust cases in the cell phone, presort mail and shopping mall industries; from “fraudulent conveyances” in Texas to engineering issues for swimming pools; and from software programming disputes to copyright issues for a contracted code. Mr. Bowie received the prestigious Leadership in Law Award from the Maryland Daily Record and has been listed as a Super Lawyer, a rating service of outstanding lawyers who have attained a high degree of peer recognition and professional achievement, multiple times. He has lectured on trade secrets, restrictive covenants and intellectual property and is an adjunct professor at the Carey School of Law of the University of Maryland. Mr. Bowie has been active in the Maryland State Bar Association, having served on its Board of Governors, and as a member of its Laws Committee and Business Law Section. On June 23, 2011, Mr. Bowie was appointed by The Maryland Court of Appeals to the Standing Committee on Rules of Practice and Procedure. Last year, he was elected to serve as President of the Harvard Alumni Association, which represents three-hundred sixty thousand Alumni of the College and University worldwide. Previously, he served the HAA as co-chair of its Schools and Scholarship Committee, and Member-at-large, Vice President of College Affairs, Vice President of Engagement & Marketing and First Vice President of its Executive Committee. He is a member of the Harvard Clubs of Maryland and New York. In addition, he is a member of the Board of Directors of The Columbia Bank of Maryland, Road Scholar, Everyman Theatre and The Single Carrot Theater. In the past he has also served on the Editorial Board of the Daily Record, on the Board of Directors of the Towson Chamber of Commerce (formerly known as Towson Business Association), and as a charter member and president of the Towsontowne Rotary Club. Before co-founding the firm, he practiced with other firms in Baltimore and Towson. He was also legislative aide to former U.S. Senator Charles Mathias (R-Md.) during the Watergate impeachment proceedings of President Richard Nixon. Mr. Bowie received an Excellence Merit Award for Baltimore County on behalf of the Early College Awareness program which was started 20 years ago through the Harvard Club of Maryland, to support parents and less advantaged students from middle school to prepare for college. This award is given to individuals and groups comprised of educators and community members who represent their respective counties for their notable services to advance both personal and academic achievement among minority, low socioeconomic, and disabled students. These individuals and groups are recognized for their demonstrated dedication to children. The Early College Awareness program has been adopted by the Harvard Alumni Association and has expanded in over ten states by local Harvard Clubs to support the less advantaged students in their own cities and locations. In his spare time Mr. Bowie is a playwright and poet. Eight of his plays have been performed in Baltimore theaters. His most recent poems, Sonnet Cycle, consisting of 52 sonnets written one a week for a year, are posted on his personal web page,