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Cumberland Bar Association: The Changing Legal Landscape in Portland

January 27, 2021 at 12:00pm1:15pm
Online Webinar

On January 27, join the Cumberland Bar Association for The Changing Legal Landscape in Portland: The Changing Legal Landscape in Portland to learn about what you need to know about the new minimum wage, landlord tenant law, and Portland’s Green New Deal. Employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez and litigation and construction attorney Rob Ruesch will be speaking along with Mark Bullock of Adams & Bullock.

Speakers and topics:

John Giffune (Verrill) Moderator

Mark Bullock (Adams & Bullock) on the landlord tenant aspects

Rob Ruesch (Verrill) on the Green New Deal

Tawny Alvarez (Verrill) on the new minimum wage

Attendees will receive one CLE credit hour.

For more information, visit the event page here.

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