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Power of Attorney -- Guardianship

Power of Attorney (POA) gives authority to an agent to act in the place of the principal. It is important to understand the rights and responsibilities that come with Power of Attorney. An attorney can be beneficial in helping you understand if Power of Attorney, a designated trustee, or an appointed guardian is the right tool for you and your loved-one.

You have the right to accept of refuse medical treatment. Advanced Health Care Directives and Living Wills give you the ability to participate in your health care and treatment decisions before the stressors of failing health burden your decision making.    

Breach of Contract

You don’t have to have a written contract to sue, or be sued for Breach of Contract. Anytime a party fails to perform an obligation as agreed, there is the potential for a Breach of Contract claim.

Once a contract is formed there are numerous circumstances in which a party can breach its terms, among them are material breaches, implied breaches, and anticipatory breaches of contract. Don’t let your business dealings go sour without having someone on your side to help you sort of breaches of contract.

Civil Litigation 

Criminal law and civil law operate on two separate procedural paths. The time frame, rules of engagement as well as the consequences and rewards for successful outcomes are fundamentally different.

Unlike in criminal law, there is no right to counsel in civil litigation. As a result, there is often a power imbalance where parties with access to counsel over parties without counsel who have trouble navigating the legal process. Regardless of your claim of right, protect your interest and hire an attorney.

 
 

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Manage Health Care Decisions

Power of Attorney (POA) gives authority to an agent to act in the place of the principal. It is important to understand the rights and responsibilities that come with Power of Attorney. An attorney can be beneficial in helping you understand if Power of Attorney, a designated trustee, or an appointed guardian is the right tool for you and your loved-one.

You have the right to accept of refuse medical treatment. Advanced Health Care Directives and Living Wills give you the ability to participate in your health care and treatment decisions before the stressors of failing health burden your decision making.    

Breach of Contract

You don’t have to have a written contract to sue, or be sued for Breach of Contract. Anytime a party fails to perform an obligation as agreed, there is the potential for a Breach of Contract claim.

Once a contract is formed there are numerous circumstances in which a party can breach its terms, among them are material breaches, implied breaches, and anticipatory breaches of contract. Don’t let your business dealings go sour without having someone on your side to help you sort out breaches of contract.

Civil Litigation 

Criminal law and civil law operate on two separate procedural paths. The time frame, rules of engagement as well as the consequences and rewards for successful outcomes are fundamentally different.

Unlike in criminal law, there is no right to counsel in civil litigation. As a result, there is often a power imbalance where parties with access to counsel over parties without counsel who have trouble navigating the legal process. Regardless of your claim of right, protect your interest and hire an attorney.

Waivers & Release

A Release is generally exactly what the term describes, it is an agreement to relinquish or give-up certain rights and privileges. As is the case with any contract, in order for a Release to be valid, there must be something valuable offered in exchange for the acting party giving-up their valuable rights and privileges. Fill-in the blank Release forms have been successfully challenged in court many times. Insulate yourself from liability, with a customized Release drafted to protect you and your customers.  

Non-Disclosure (NDA)

Non-Compete

Establish a confidential relationship with your employees, clients and vendors through a Non-Disclosure Agreement. A well-crafted NDA should prevent competitors from obtaining trade secrets and proprietary information.

 

Non-compete agreements protect employers against unfair competition from current and former employees. Protect your business dealings from copy-cats. 

Procurement  

RFP's & RFQ's 

Being awarded the contract is about more than having the skills to perform the job, artfully navigating the procurement process is essential to coming out on top – whether it be competitive sealed bids, competitive sealed proposals, noncompetitive negotiation, sole source procurements, emergency or expedited procurements, small procurement, intergovernmental cooperative purchasing agreement, or auction bidding. Let an experienced attorney guide you to get the contracts you deserve.

Business Formation 

Forming a business can be as easy as 1-2-3. However, determining which business formation is right for you requires consulting an attorney. Maryland law recognizes 26 separate business entity formations, each serves a special purpose and requires that specific actions be taken to form and maintain the business. Find out which one is best for you. 

Business Dissolution

We are all too familiar with “closed for business” headlines. While the notion of a business closing may be popular, the legal process of dissolving or winding down a business is largely governed by corporations & associations law and the entity's ownership documents.  Even a small businesses have numerous many steps to take in order to properly close out a business. Know your rights and responsibilities before you throw in the towel.

Collect Unpaid Royalties & Fees

Courts will enforce the collection of “reasonable royalties” agreed to under valid licensing agreements. Challenges to licensing agreements and conversely enforcing licensing agreements can require the skill and expertise of a trained legal professional. Don’t get trapped in an overly burdensome agreement, and likewise -- know when your rights when collecting money owed to you.

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ABOUT US

Johnson Legal Group maintains a client-centered legal practice, where your goals are our primary focus. At Johnson Law Group, we exalt results over routines.

 

Principal Counsel -- Shaneka T. Johnson, Esq. 

An attorney since 2010, Shaneka Johnson has played a vital role in critical case wins for private firms and big government. Most recently she served alongside two of Maryland’s Attorney Generals as Special Counsel for former Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler and current Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh. Shaneka has served as in-house counsel for popular upstart real-estate development company The Prosperous Group, based in Baltimore, also as associate counsel for an Annapolis area law firm and prior to that as staff counsel for a world-wide non-profit organization.  

 

Shaneka’s 10 years practicing law includes problem solving for clients in the areas of business development, contract management, debt collection, family law, homeowner and condominium association advising, landlord/tenant disputes and evictions, real estate transactions, real property dispute resolution, risk management and procurement advising.

During Maryland’s COVID-19 recovery, Shaneka led the way interpreting the quick-tempo of changing Coronavirus regulatory and relief policy. Shaneka’s leadership in crisis positioned Johnson Legal Group to lead the pack in offering pandemic recovery solutions for our clients.

 

Shaneka’s accomplishments have been recognized in 

O – The Oprah Magazine”, and with numerous features and appearances in the Baltimore Sun, Capital Gazette, Maryland Matters, WBAL TV 11, WMAR-2 News and WJZ-13 News.

10

990+

$1mil

24

Years in Practice

Cases Litigated throughout Maryland

Recovered through Debt Collection

Awards & Distinctions

 

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