Razvan’s business practice focuses on providing outside general counsel services primarily to financial institutions and technology companies. He advises companies on matters of domestic and international commercial transactions, intellectual property and technology transactions, marine financing, data privacy and security, and certain regulatory compliance matters. His experience includes counseling in matters involving asset seizures by U.S. Customs, licensing of defense articles brokers under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), export controls compliance with Export Administration Regulations (EAR), documentation of vessels with the U.S. Coast Guard, and excise taxes applicable to vessels under the Maryland State Boat Act.
In his litigation practice, Razvan represents and counsels clients in Maryland state and federal courts in shareholder or LLC member disputes, creditor’s rights, and maritime matters, including vessel arrests. For clients with operations on a national level, Razvan manages local counsel in various states, including Puerto Rico and Hawaii. He handles commercial arbitration disputes. In addition, he has experience with patent infringement actions filed with the International Trade Commission.
Razvan is a board member and volunteer attorney for the Maryland Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. He lectures on a regular basis to entrepreneurs through programs of the Maryland Small Business Development Center and the Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore. He has previously chaired and co-chaired the membership committee of the Young Lawyers’ Division of the Bar Association of Baltimore City, and continues to remain actively involved with the organization’s recruiting efforts. He speaks fluent Romanian and conversational German.
- Maryland State Bar Association
- Bar Association of Baltimore City
- American Bar Association
- Federal Communications Bar Association
- Court of Appeals of Maryland
- U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
- J.D., Notre Dame Law School
- M.A., UMBC
- B.A., Hiram College