Los Angeles Times

No. 4: Robin Shaivitz

Robin Fogel Shaivitz is CEO of the government relations division at Alexander & Cleaver, P.A.. She billed a reported $1,156,368.59 last year, according to the state ethics commission. Many of the issues she handles deal with health care and taxation. She represented the following firms in 2011: Abilities Network (nonprofit service organization for people with disabilities); ACS State and Local Solutions, Inc. (speed cameras, state contracting); Advanced Billing Concept (Health care IT); Advantage Capital (Investments, tax credits); AES Warrior Run (power plant); AFLAC (Insurance, local government benefits); Alkermes, Inc. (Pharmaceuticals, drug and alcohol treatment); Alternative Medicine Integration of Maryland LLC; American Community Properties Trust (Real estate development in Charles County); American Infrastructure (Road construction, state contracting); American Legal Finance Association; Atlantic Richfield Company (Lead paint liability); Autism Speaks (nonprofit); Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America; Bithgroup Technologies (Energy, IT); Blind Industries and Services of Maryland; Calpine Corporation (energy, power plants); Case Management Consultants (health care); CBIZ Benefits and Insurance Services; Cellco Partnership (wireless phones); Ceridian Corporation (human resources, health care); Chesapeake BaySavers, Inc.; The Children's Guild, Inc. (nonprofit, schools funding); Competitive Shared Services, Inc. (Energy); Concentra Medical Centers (health care); The Daily Record (newspaper); DAT, Inc. (transportation, state contracting); Diamond Game Enterprises (Lottery vendor); Discovery Communications, Inc. (Owner of Discovery Channel, other media); Distilled Spirits Council of the U.S.; Doctors Community Hospital (Hospital in Lanham, Md.); Equality Maryland (Advocacy for same-sex marriage); Exelon Corporation (Energy); Family and Nursing Care (home health care); Felder Systems Maintenance, Inc. (IT); Fibred-Maryland, Inc (Soy fiber); Girl Scouts of Central Maryland; Grant Capital Management, Inc. (Financial services, state contracting); GTECH (lottery vendor); Health Facilities Association of Maryland; Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.; Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington; JX3 Energy, LLC (energy, coal, mining); Kaiser Permanente Insurance Company (Health insurance); Kennedy Krieger Institute; Legacy Home Care, LLC (home health care); Lockheed Martin Corporation (defense contractor); Manekin Construction LLC (Real estate development); Manufacturers and Traders Trust Company (Trustee for Bondholders of the Rocky Gap Resort); Mark Vogel Company (Real estate development, gaming); Maryland Association of Public Library Administrators; Maryland Chiropractic Association; Maryland Podiatric Medical Association; Maryland Radiological Society; Maryland Society of Plastic Surgeons; Motorola, Inc. (electronics, emergency communications, state contracting); Navarro & Wright Consulting Engineers, Inc. (Engineering, state contracting); NextEra Energy Resources (Power plants); NL Industries, Inc (Lead paint liability); Norfolk Southern Corporation (Railroad); Oasis Legal Finance; Oracle America, Inc. (IT); Peninsula Regional Medical Center (Hospital in Salisbury); Quality Image Access Maryland Coalition (radiology); Rite Aid Corporation (Pharmacy); Sherwin-Williams Company (Lead paint liability); St. Mary's College of Maryland; (Health care, state contracting); Veolia Energy North America (power plants); Verizon Maryland Inc.; Washington Center for Internships & Academic SeminarsBaltimore Sun