Linda Coan O'Kresik, The Baltimore Sun
March 14, 2001
Michael Johansen, a former legislative analyst and staffer to the powerful Senate Budget and Taxation Committee, billed $728,195.69 last year. Johansen is an administrative partner with Rifkin, Livingston, Levitan & Silver, LLC. He is shown here with former Sen. Senator John Hafer.
Johansen represented the following clients:
Accenture LLP (consulting, state contracting); Active Network (call centers, technology, state contracting); AECOM (real estate development); Aetna Inc (insurance, state contracting); AOL INC (internet services); Apollo Group/University of Phoenix (H=higher education); Asbury Communities, Inc. (retirement communities); Automated Health Systems, Inc.; BSC America (Autioneering, financial services); Cable Telecommunications Association of MD, DE & DC; Cal Ripken, Sr. Foundation; CBAC Gaming, LLC (Caesars-led group applying for a casino license in Baltimore); Children's National Medical Center; The Chimes (services for people with developmental disabilities); City of Gaithersburg; Consultants Consortium, Inc. (state contracts, IT); Correct Care Solutions (correctional health care); Curam Software, Inc. (state contracting, health care); David S. Brown Enterprises (real estate developer focused on Metro Center at Owings Mills); DentaQuest (dental benefits); Dominion Resources Services, Inc. (energy); EDF Inc. (energy); Education Affiliates, Inc. (higher education); Enterprise RAC Company of Baltimore, LLC (rental cars); ESP, Inc. (vehicle emissions inspection); Family of Nathan Kransnopler (Krasnopler died after being hit by car while bicycling in Baltimore, family advocates on traffic law and other issues); FedEx Corporation; Genesis HealthCare Corporation (nursing homes); Grocery Manufacturers/Food Products Association; IGT (electronic gaming, state contracting); Industrial Pharmacy Management, LLC; L-1 Secure Credentialing, Inc. (drivers licenses, state contracting); Maryland Association of Realtors, Inc.; Maryland Automobile Dealers Association; Maryland Health Club Coalition; Maryland Jockey Club (horse racing); Maryland Optometric Association; Maryland Pawnbrokers Association; Maryland Speech Language Hearing Association; Maryland Wineries Association; Meritus Health (health system); Mid-Atlantic Health Care; NiSource Gas Transmission and Storage (energy); Pepco Holdings, Inc. (energy); Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America; Prince George's County Association of Realtors; R.L. Polk and Company (automotive data, public records); Schaller Anderson (managed care, state contracting); Scientific Games International (lottery vendor); Sheppard Pratt Health System; Signal Outdoor Advertising; Smith Electric Vehicles US Corp (electric vehicle manufacturing, emissions, clean energy); Southern Management Corporation (real estate); Stratford Realty Management Company, LLC (real estate, public-private partnerships); VALIC (Insurance, state employee benefits); Veolia Energy Baltimore Corporation; Washington Area NEW Automobile Dealers Association; Washington County Community Lobbying Coalition; Waste Management of Maryland