Brett Lininger is a government affairs attorney representing clients from various industries including insurance, energy, healthcare, and information technology companies before all facets of State and local governments within Maryland. He is also Of Counsel with the Nemphos Braue law firm where he represents business clients for administrative law matters before State agencies and corporate matters. Prior to joining Old Line and Nemphos Braue, he was a principal and chair of the Business Practice Group at Semmes, Bowen & Semmes in Baltimore.
During the Republican Administration of Governor Bob Ehrlich, Lininger served as the Director of Government Relations for the Maryland Insurance Administration under Commissioner Al Redmer. Subsequently, he was head of his own government affairs consulting firm and had the honor of serving on the Transition Team for Governor Larry Hogan.
A graduate of University of Baltimore School of Law and Towson University, Lininger is a member of the University of Baltimore Foundation Board and past chair of the Boys & Girls Club of Metro Baltimore, Inc. Lininger is also a 2017 recipient of The Daily Record’s Leadership in Law Award (recognizing attorneys for their charitable work) and was named Independent Insurance Agents of Maryland’s Insurance Person of the Year in 2009.