Michael Siri is a partner in Bowie & Jensen’s litigation department, assisting clients with a variety of legal issues. His practice focuses on commercial litigation, including construction law. He has worked on matters at all stages of litigation in both state and federal courts, as well as, administrative hearings and arbitrations. Mr. Siri routinely counsels the firm’s construction law clients on issues involving various aspects of a construction project, including contract formation, mechanic’s liens, bid protests, delay claims, and payment issues. As part of the firm’s construction law group, Mr. Siri provides legal guidance to individuals, general contractors, subcontractors, developers, and businesses. Mr. Siri’s practice extends beyond construction law. He has successfully represented clients in matters involving commercial litigation, including, but not limited to, claims arising out of breaches of contract, shareholder derivatives suits, receiverships, corporate dissolutions, employment claims, and litigation arising out of the administration of estates. Mr. Siri is committed to public service and the professional development of all attorneys. An active member of the Maryland State Bar Association, Mr. Siri is the former Chair of the MSBA Young Lawyers Section and has served on the MSBA’s Board of Governors. He serves as board member of the Maryland Bar Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the MSBA, and the Executive Board of the Baltimore County Bar Association. He created the One Bar | One Community Public Service Project for the MSBA, whereby a monthly public service event is scheduled to benefit residents of Maryland. As a result of efforts, Mr. Siri is the recipient of the Edward Shea Jr. Professionalism Award and the Alex Fee Pro Bono Award. He has been named as a Rising Star in Maryland’s SuperLawyer publication for each of the past three years and was nominated by The Daily Record to The VIP List (Very Important Professionals) - Successful by 40.