People

David S. Abramson
Scott D. Anderson
Heidi A. Bean
Thomas O. Bean
Sharon Belisle
Phillip S. Bixby
Roger A. Clement, Jr.
Seth S. Coburn
Michael J. Donlan
Jonathan M. Dunitz
Daniel J. Dwyer
Benjamin E. Ford
Ann Blanchard
John P. Giffune
Keith E. Glidden
Jennifer L. Harrell
Maura E. Hennessy
Sara E. Hirshon
Nathaniel R. Hull
Regina M. Hurley
Mark V. Kenny
William C. Knowles
Kathleen E. Kuntz
Robert Laplaca
Brett R. Leland
Katherine M. McDonough
Marie J. Mueller
Andrew B. Nevas
Brian J. O'Rourke, Jr.
Roger A. Putnam
Jill M. Roberts
Kristen G. Rossetti
A. Robert Ruesch
Stephen B. Segal
Timothy R. Shannon
Paul W. Shaw
Frank J. Silvestri, Jr.
Benjamin M. Stern
Susan J. Swenson
Spencer R. Thibodeau
Mathew J. Todaro
John W. Van Lonkhuyzen
Travis K. Waller
Rachel M. Wertheimer
Karen Frink Wolf
Calvin K. Woo

Firm Highlights

News

Verrill Welcomes Trial Attorney Daniel Dwyer

(February 27, 2020) – Verrill is pleased to welcome trial attorney Daniel Dwyer to the firm’s Boston office. Dwyer has 25 years of litigation experience and concentrates his practice in business disputes. Dwyer successfully...

Matter

Defense of Contractor - Davis-Bacon Prevailing Wage Claims

This case concerned the construction of a marine boat dock on an island in Boston Harbor. The Plaintiff claimed entitlement to unpaid wages and enhanced wages under the federal prevailing wage statute known as...

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Jury verdict awarding our client in excess of $900,000+ in U.S. District Court on behalf of a wrongfully terminated general contractor

Our client was the prime contractor for construction of a new clay lined landfill in rural Vermont. The Owner terminated the contractor shortly before substantial completion and filed suit for completion costs. We countersued...

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Fletch's Sandblasting & Painting, Inc. v. Fay, Spofford and Thorndike d/b/a Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Filed successful motion to dismiss a design malpractice claim arising out of alleged defective specifications on a renovation project at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery, Maine. The court’s decision may be found at...

Publication/Podcast

Is the Coronavirus Pandemic a Force Majeure?

Matter

Successful Design and Construction Defects Claims for Large Hospital Client

We are successfully pursued claims in federal court seeking recovery of damages arising from defects in the design and construction of a $170 million addition to a Maine hospital complex. The case involved building...

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Real Estate Law: Ambiguities in Ancient Deeds to Kennebunkport Beach Resolved in Favor of Town

We represented coastal landowners in a high-profile appeal before the Maine Supreme Court, in which the Town of Kennebunkport claimed ownership of Goose Rocks Beach against numerous homeowners whose deeds described property down to...

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Contractor Prevails at Trial on Breach of Contract Claims and Gets Legal Fees Awarded

Our contractor/real estate developer client was sued in New Hampshire state court by the owner for breach of a of a $2 million design/build contract. Our client also asserted a counterclaim for breach of...

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Age Discrimination Case in the Health Care Industry

Verrill Dana's Litigation Team successfully represented a healthcare institution in an age discrimination case brought by a former doctor. The case wound its way from Federal Court, to Maine Superior Court to the Maine...

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Successful Defense of Claims for Delays, Owner Interference and Extra Work

The Jackson Laboratory, a global leader in genetic research, retained us to assist it with claims arising from construction of its $70 million state-of the art vivarium facility including late completion by its construction...