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PAM METZ KASEMEYER

PAM METZ KASEMEYER

Pam Kasemeyer, the Firm’s managing partner, has represented a variety of interests before the Maryland General Assembly and regulatory agencies for more than 30 years. An acknowledged authority on Maryland’s environmental and health care laws, she includes amongst her clients dominant trade organizations and corporate interests in the solid waste, energy, transportation, and health care sectors. She is regarded by her colleagues as a substantive and tenacious advocate who represents her clients with integrity and honesty. Legislators and regulators know they can rely on the truth and accuracy of Ms. Kasemeyer’s representation.

Ms. Kasemeyer’s background in environmental and health care policy is reflected in her law practice which includes legal counsel to her environmental clients on permitting and enforcement actions and representation of health professionals on licensure and disciplinary matters as well as contractual and practice management concerns.

Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Ms. Kasemeyer is a 1980 graduate of Duke University with a B.A. in Public Policy Studies. She received a Masters degree in Health Services Administration from George Washington University in 1984. Before her graduation from the University of Maryland Law School in 1993, she was President of Professional Practice Consultants, a health care management consulting firm; served as the first Executive Director of the Maryland Association of Health Maintenance Organizations, and was the regional Corporate Development Director for a national solid waste management company. In 1996, she joined Jay Schwartz, forming Schwartz and Metz, P.A., a predecessor to the current firm.