Vincent Guida joined the firm as an associate in August 2005. His practice focuses on general commercial litigation, bankruptcy litigation, and land use and zoning. Mr. Guida’s experience includes representation of: a nation-wide group of law firms representing consumers in debt; a software company producing government data security and intelligence in a contract dispute resolved through arbitration; numerous creditors involved in adversary proceedings brought in bankruptcy cases; debtors involved in disputes with secured lenders; numerous landlords in commercial landlord/tenant disputes; multiple businesses accused of violating the Maryland Consumer Protection Act; businesses in disputes involving trade secret, non-solicitation, and non-compete issues; administrative proceedings before the Maryland Insurance Commission, the Motor Vehicle Administration, the Comptroller of Maryland, and the Maryland Chiropractic Board; businesses in mediation and arbitration involving a variety of disputes; several businesses in land use and zoning proceedings; numerous construction companies filing mechanics’ liens; and defendants in various criminal matters including a matter involving charges of first and second degree burglary adjudicated through a jury trial. Mr. Guida graduated with Honors from the University of Maryland School of Law in May 2004 and is a member of the Maryland and D.C. Bars. In law school, he was selected to participate in the Teaching Assistant and Writing Fellows Program and served as a teaching assistant to Professor David Bogen. Mr. Guida also served as Associate Editor for the Journal of Health Care Law and Policy. Before joining Bowie & Jensen, Mr. Guida served as a law clerk for the Honorable David S. Bruce of the Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County. Following his clerkship and immediately prior to working at Bowie & Jensen, he practiced law with the firm of Guida & Eagan, P.A., focusing on criminal defense, civil litigation, and real estate. At Guida & Eagan, Mr. Guida served a sole counsel in jury trial involving charges of first degree burglary and theft. Outside of work, Mr. Guida enjoys traveling abroad and volunteering in the community. Mr. Guida served as an officer of the Rotary Club of Columbia, Maryland, for three years, and coaches neighborhood soccer.