PartnerMeet Edward G. Price
- Business Law
- Estate Planning
- Real Estate Law
- Outsourced General Counsel
Edward Price is the founding partner of Price & Keir. His background as a private practice attorney and general counsel for a private company has provided him the experience to serve as a well-rounded business lawyer and advisor to his clients.
Mr. Price’s areas of practice include corporate compliance, mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt financing, intellectual property and technology transactions and counseling, domestic and international business transactions (including business formation, joint ventures, distribution agreements and secured transactions) and business disputes.
Mr. Price has experience meeting the legal and general counsel needs of all sizes of businesses, from startup ventures to multi-million dollar enterprises. His practice spans multiple industries, including real estate, technology, government contracting, and retail services. In addition, Mr. Price has served as legal counsel to numerous individuals, in the areas of real estate, technology and retail services. Prior to returning to private practice in 2009, he served as general counsel of Triton Middle East, LLC, a U.S.-based real estate developer with projects located in Doha, Qatar, as well as Abu Dhabi and Dubai, U.A.E. As general counsel for Triton, Mr. Price handled the company’s worldwide legal and regulatory affairs including acquisitions, financings, corporate governance, commercial transactions, employment and labor matters, and management of global outside counsel.
PartnerMeet Duncan Scott Keir
- Business Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Family Law
- Criminal Defense
Duncan Scott Keir is the litigation partner at Price & Keir. A lifelong resident of the Baltimore Metro Area, Duncan graduated St. Paul’ School for Boys in 1994, and received his BA from Kenyon College in 1998. While living in Lake Tahoe, Duncan met his wife Catherine. Duncan returned to the Baltimore area in 2003 and began his legal training at the Law in 2003.
After graduating from the University of Baltimore School of Law and passing the Maryland Bar in 2006, Duncan began his career as an Attorney at Summerfield Willen Silverberg & Limsky in Owings Mills. There he represented businesses and individuals in a wide variety of matters before the District, Circuit, Appellate and Federal Courts of Maryland.
In 2011, Duncan took a position with the Law Offices of Steven Heisler in Baltimore City. There he represented hundreds of clients in auto accident and personal injury claims, while continuing his business, domestic and criminal practice. Duncan’s proven litigation and business experience enhances and expands the firm’s client representation. Working together, Duncan and Ed see their clients through all manners of projects and challenges.
Duncan’s practice areas include: Civil and corporate litigation, domestic and family law and criminal defense.
Duncan Currently lives in Towson, Maryland with his wife and three children.
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