Daily Record Staff//February 28, 2023
//February 28, 2023
For those of you who keep score – there are a lot of folks who do just that in Annapolis – Tim Perry can usually be found in one of the top two or three spots in the state’s roster of top-billing lobbyists. In fact, he’s No. 1, according to the most recent report from the Maryland State Ethics Commission, which compiles the required registrations and reports from the state capital’s lobbying community.
Perry’s 17-year record as an effective advocate is reflected in the breadth of the client list reported by his firm, Perry, White, Ross & Jacobson: First Energy, Procter & Gamble, Anheuser-Busch, Caves Valley Partners, Mercy Medical Center, AT&T, Ernst & Young, Wegmans, B&O Railroad Museum, Fidelity Investments and others.
For potential clients, Perry can brandish the gold standard for Annapolis connections: Before joining Baltimore law firm Gordon Feinblatt in 2006 and co-founding Perry White Ross Jacobson in 2013, he was chief of staff to Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., the longest-serving state Senate president in U.S. history, a man who had a legislative office building named after him while still in office. Many of Miller’s former staffers now operate in key positions throughout state government or in businesses and organizations affected by state policies.
Perry is a graduate of West Virginia University and the West Virginia University College of Law, where he served on the board of visitors. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association and lives in Baltimore County.
This profile is part of The Daily Record's Power Government & Lobbyist list for 2023. Information used in this profile was sourced from the honoree. See the full list at thedailyrecord.com>.