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Alison W. Feehan


A member of Virginia and DC bars, Alison’s practice includes first and second chair management of civil trials, motions practice, and appeals in state and federal courts nationwide in a…

Laura Lee Miller


Prior to joining Harman Claytor, Laura Lee practiced in a D.C. law firm for several years representing insurers in coverage issues and disputes arising under various types of general liability…

Alexandra J. Sipes


Alexandra Sipes represents established businesses and individuals in all aspects of civil litigation throughout state and federal courts in Virginia.  Her practice focuses on the defense of claims related to…

John D. Perry


John’s practice focuses on the defense of individuals, businesses, and insurers in the areas of motor vehicle liability, products liability, and premises liability.  Prior to joining the firm, John clerked…

On March 21, 2019, Governor Northam signed Senate Bill 1619 into law, changing what remedies are available to a court faced with a potential litigant or a party who has recklessly deprived another party of evidence. The new statute provides: A party or potential litigant has a duty to preserve evidence that…

Juliane C. Miller


Juliane joined Harman Claytor in January 2019 with 25 years of experience in medical malpractice, long term care, and professional liability defense.  She practices in the state and federal courts…

Britton R. Wight


Britton was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  Prior to joining Harman Claytor, Britton practiced at a Maryland law firm for several years representing financial institutions regarding collections and…

In Travelers Indemnity Company of America v. Portal Healthcare Solutions, LLC, the Fourth Circuit recently affirmed a federal district court’s determination that a class action lawsuit arising out of a medical records safekeeping firm’s alleged failure to safeguard confidential medical records triggered an insurer’s duty to defend under a policy that afforded coverage…