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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Proposes National Drinking Water Standard for Six PFAS Compounds
Georgetown Broadband LLC Secures Utility Pole Attachment Authorization for Community Broadband Project
Crisis emerges in Maine over safe disposal of biosolids from wastewater treatment plants
Maine PUC Asked to Fix “Leapfrogging” Problem Triggered by 2022 Changes to Maine’s Generator Interconnection Rule
Verrill's Jim Cohen To Speak on Past and Future of Maine’s Electric Grid at 2023 Winter Bar Conference
Maine PUC to Kick Off Review of Grid Plan to Assist Clean Energy Transition
Verrill Partner Mat Todaro selected to serve on the American Bar Association’s Section on Environment, Energy, and Resources 2022 Fall Conference Planning Committee
Four Verrill Attorneys Recognized by Chambers & Partners for Energy and Environmental Law in Maine
Verrill Partner Mathew Todaro Presents at The National Safety Council (NSC) of Northern New England’s 51st Annual New Hampshire Safety & Health Conference
Intertidal Court Victory for Property Rights, Marine Conservation, and Public Participation
NextEra Subsidiary Fined $8 Million under MBTA for Eagle Deaths at Wind Power Projects in Western U.S.
Maine Public Utilities Commission to Receive Bids for Northern Maine Transmission and Renewable Generation Projects
Kelsey McCutcheon Selected to Join the Environmental Law Institute’s (ELI) Emerging Leaders Initiative
Verrill Alum Bill Harwood Sworn in as Public Advocate for State of Maine
Verrill Alumni Bill Harwood Nominated as Public Advocate for the State of Maine
Maine PUC Releases Report on Evolution of Electrical Grid to Meet Climate Goals
Maine Rural Water Association Annual Conference with Verrill Attorney Mathew J. Todaro
Incidental Take of Migratory Birds Prohibited Once Again as New MBTA Rule Becomes Effective
Environmental Protection Agency’s PFAS Roadmap
Geoff Why to Moderate "The Future is Now: 5G Wireless Networks"
New Maine Law Regarding Decommissioning for Solar Projects
Longtime Verrill Attorney Begins New Role as Senior Advisor at Maine Governor’s Energy Office
Long-time Verrill Attorney William Harwood to Join Maine Governor’s Energy Office
Jim Cohen Appointed to Northern New England Passenger Rail Authority
Jim Cohen Interviews Maine Governor Janet Mills on “Eggs & Issues”
Maine Legislature Adopts Major Revision to Its Net Energy Billing Program
Federal and State Funds to Support Maine Climate Action Plan’s Transportation and Broadband Goals
Patrick Scully Nominated to Maine PUC
Verrill Attorney Gordon Smith Comments on Lawsuit Claiming Ownership of Maine Coastal Property
Prop 65: Will the “Short-Form” be Short Lived?
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