From the 2009 News Archive
Therese Goldsmith ’98 appointed to Public Service Commission
Therese M. Goldsmith, a 1998 graduate of the School of Law, was recently appointed by Governor Martin O’Malley to serve on the Maryland Public Service Commission, which regulates public utilities and certain passenger transportation companies doing businesses in Maryland. Governor O’Malley made the announcement on Wednesday, September 23.
“Ms. Goldsmith’s extensive legal background in regulatory compliance and government investigations will help the Public Service Commission continue their progress in restoring public confidence and protecting the interests of Maryland’s families,” O’Malley said in a statement.
Goldsmith was a partner at Hogan & Hartson, LLP, where she litigated government investigations, health care fraud and abuse, medical privacy issues, and whistleblower claims. She became a partner in 2007 and had joined the firm in 2001. Prior, she was an associate at Venable LLP, where she worked on federal and state regulatory compliance and other health care issues.