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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…

Hannah F. Supernor


Hannah Supernor was born in San Diego, California and raised in Fairfax, Virginia. Hannah returned to Virginia after graduating from Emory University School of Law in 2019. Prior to joining…

John E. Peterson


John Peterson was born in Fairfax, Virginia in 1970. He joined Harman Claytor in September 2020. Immediately prior to joining Harman Claytor, John served as Litigation Counsel for the physicians…

P. Bradenham Michelle


Brad joins Harman Claytor after beginning his legal career at another Richmond area law firm.  He also served as the law clerk to the Honorable C.N. Jenkins, Jr. and the…

Caroline L. Callahan


Caroline represents individuals and businesses in both Maryland and Virginia in a variety of tort and contract claims, including motor vehicle accident, premise and products liability, and malpractice. She joined…

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…

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…