From 'manager' to managing partnerBrown, Goldstein & Levy is proud to announce that Sharon Krevor-Weisbaum has assumed the role of managing partner. Dan Goldstein, a founding partner, observed that “Sharon embodies what is best in our firm, and we are very fortunate to have her leading us.” Sharon welcomes her new role and is honored to work with her partners, associates, and staff to continue the firm’s work in Baltimore, Maryland, and nationally.

Sharon started her legal career with the Maryland Office of the Attorney General, although she reminds us that she had been a law clerk at Brown, Goldstein & Levy while in law school. Since rejoining our firm in 2001, she has used her knowledge, experience, and strong and respectful relationships to effectively counsel and defend health care providers in actions involving licensure and regulatory compliance. She represents non-profit and for-profit entities that provide supports and services to individuals with disabilities and the elderly, as well as representing individual health care practitioners before professional disciplinary boards. Sharon has extensive expertise and experience advocating on behalf of children who require special education and support services, and on behalf of adults who need developmental and mental health services. She will continue to represent clients in all of these areas.

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