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- Mary Lauretta Stich Barreca (Managing Attorney, Claims and Litigation)
- Donald Lantz Bradfield Esquire (HIPAA Attorney)
- Patricia M.C. Brown (President of Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC and Senior Counsel for The Johns Hopkins Health System)
- Daryl Sue Caplan Esquire (Information Technology and Commercial Transactions Attorney)
- Samuel Hubert Clark Jr. (Senior Counsel)
- Annette Rooney Fries Esquire (Information Technology and Commercial Transactions Attorney)
- Margaret Robins Garrett Esquire (Risk Management/Patient Care Attorney)
- Nancy E. Gregor Esquire (Medical Staff/Patient Care Attorney)
- Susan H. Longley Esquire (Risk Management/Patient Care Attorney)
- Joanne E. Pollak J.D. (Vice President and General Counsel)
- Laurice DeAnne Royal Esquire (Labor Attorney)
- G. Daniel Shealer Jr. Esq. (General Counsel)
600 N. Wolfe St.Billings Administration Suite 400 Baltimore, MD 21287
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