Grady brings a pragmatic and diligent methodology to regulatory and environmental matters at the federal, state, and municipal levels.

As a member of the Environment, Telecommunications, and Natural Resources Group, Grady ensures clients receive critical and comprehensive legal services relating to their regulatory compliance, permitting, enforcement defense, environmental litigation, and land use needs.

During law school, Grady worked as a Student Attorney at the Refugee and Human Rights Clinic representing clients in asylum and special immigrant juvenile status matters. His experience also includes legal internships with the Office of the Maine Attorney General and the City of Portland’s Corporation Counsel. Grady was a member of the Maine Law Review and his case note, Avangrid Networks, Inc. v. Secretary of State, was published in Volume 73, No. 2. After graduating from law school Grady clerked for the Honorable Wayne Douglas, Richard Mulhern, and James Martemucci of the Maine Superior Court.

When not working, Grady can be found running, surfing, biking, or canoeing one of Maine’s many rivers.



  • University of Maine School of Law  (J.D., summa cum laude)
    • Faculty Scholastic Achievement Award
    • Teaching Fellow, Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law
  • Bates College  (B.A.)

Bar Admissions

  • Maine

Firm Highlights


Determining Whether Your Entity is a Reporting Company: Selected Issues

Under the Corporate Transparency Act ( CTA ), more than 30 million “ Reporting Companies ” will need to register with FinCEN (a bureau of U.S. Treasury Department) and file Beneficial Ownership Information...


Expanded 2024 Maine Diversity Summer Associate Program Now Accepting Applications


Elections and Constitutional Law: Successfully Challenged Certification of Initiative Petition

In a victory for consumers and the ride-hailing public, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently barred the Secretary of State from placing on the November ballot initiative petitions proposed by companies such as Uber...


Corporate Transparency Act—Considerations Affecting Entities That Are Exempt or Excluded from Reporting Company Status

The Corporate Transparency Act ( CTA ) takes effect starting January 1, 2024. The Act is administered by FinCEN , a bureau of U.S. Treasury charged with combatting money laundering and other financial crimes...


HIPAA Privacy Rule Changes: Just in time for the New Year?

In 2021, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) proposed changes to the Privacy Rule under the Health Insurance Portability and Accessibility Act of 1996 (HIPAA) that would significantly alter the current regulations...


HR Power Hour with Heather Hansen


Verrill Recognized Nationally for Health Care, Land Use and Zoning, Commercial Litigation, Real Estate, and Trust & Estates by Best Lawyers®


Annual Employment Law Update

More details coming soon!


Successful Representation of Insurer before U.S. District Court for the District of Maine

Verrill successfully represented an insurer before the U.S. District Court for the District of Maine in an insurance coverage matter alleging that the insurer improperly denied a defense and indemnification to a landlord under...


Maine PUC Amends Small Generator Interconnection Procedures Rules (Chapter 324)

On November 3, 2023, the Maine Public Utilities Commission (the “Commission”) issued an Order adopting amendments to its Small Generator Interconnection Procedures Rule (Chapter 324). Background. Chapter 324 was last amended on December 21...

Contact Verrill at (855) 307 0700