We are returning to IN PERSON MEETINGS in JUNE!!
Join us on Wednesday, June 23rd IN PERSON plus virtually, for
"Must-know Legal Issues for Business Owner Photographers"
with Katherine L. Taylor, Esquire
While we are meeting in person, we will also be trying out a virtual/hybrid option, in order to include members and guests who can't make it in person. We will be following Howard County Guidance for Covid-19 related safety measures. Per Carriage House Rules, in-person attendees must be vaccinated, and we are limited to 25 in person attendees.
Schedule: 7-7:30 catching up
7:30-8:30 Presentation, Q+A
8:30-9:00 catching up
Katherine L. Taylor is the founder of Taylor Legal, a boutique law firm representing business owners and property owners throughout the Baltimore-Washington area. Ms. Taylor began her legal career in the Commercial Litigation Department of the Baltimore Law Firm of Whiteford, Taylor and Preston. She left Big Law to accept a position as a Senior Assistant County Solicitor in the Howard County Solicitor’s Office where she spent 10 years representing various boards, agencies and departments of the Howard County government. She started Taylor Legal in 2004 and in her practice, Katherine loves working with business owners to help them protect the businesses they created by making sure the legal foundations of their business entities are solid and that their transactional agreements are sound.
Katherine is an adjunct professor in the Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship Clinical Law Program at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. She is a also a Certified Public Accountant and the President of the National Capital Area Chapter of the American Association of Attorney-CPAs.
Katherine received her Juris Doctor with Honor from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law and graduated Magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science is Accounting from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Katherine enjoys running, photography, gardening, yoga, and the outdoors. She mostly loves spending time with her family including her two grown daughters, and lives in Ellicott City with her husband and rescue mutt.