Paul G. Skalny
Providing clients with a wide range of legal experience, Paul G. Skalny represents individuals, emerging and established businesses, and associations. Representing these clients in business and corporate matters, including in commercial real estate transactions, the protection of intellectual property, and loan transactions, Paul's approach is personal and solutions-oriented. In addition, Paul works with land owners, developers and builders in a number of industry-specific issues.
Community involvement is very important to Paul. He is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Howard Hospital Foundation, serves on a number of committees of Leadership Howard County, and serves as Judge for Simulated Congressional Hearings at local elementary schools. Paul is also a Past-Chair of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Howard County, of which he is also a 1998 graduate. In addition, Paul is a former Director of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and of the Howard County Arts Council and is Past Chair of the Superintendent's Advisory Council for Business-Education Partnership of the Howard County Public School System.
Active in the business and political scene in Howard County, Paul is the co-host of And Then There's That..., a bi-weekly podcast about people, politics and punditry. The popular podcast can be heard on the HoCoMoJo Network at www.hocomojo.com.
Paul was recognized in both 2009 and 2010 by SmartCEO Magazine as one of its “Legal Elite” --- a recognition bestowed on top business attorneys in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. An accomplished author on business law issues, Paul has been a regular contributor to The Baltimore Business Journal, The Daily Record and The Business Monthly.
Professional memberships include the Business Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association. Paul is admitted to the Maryland Court of Appeals, the Superior Court for the District of Columbia, the United States District Court for Maryland and for the District of Columbia, and the United States Supreme Court.