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Over Objections, City Approves Master Plan for Portland Co. Site

December 20, 2016 Media Mentions

Jim Cohen is quoted in a December 20 Portland Press Herald article providing his recollection of City Council rulings in 2004, when he served as a Portland City Councilor, regarding the capping of building heights in Portland, and specifically for the Portland Co. complex. Development of the Portland Co. site was the subject of a contentious city council meeting that ultimately resulted in the approval of proposed development plans for the complex.

Read "Over Objections, City Approves Master Plan for Portland Co. Site" from the Portland Press Herald.

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Do you understand your Investment Policy Statement?

The Acme Rocket Sled Company Retirement Plan Administration Committee recently selected a new investment advisor for the company’s 401(k) plan. During the RFP process, the new advisor observed that the Investment Policy Statement (IPS...

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Trademark Litigation: Software

Represented trademark owner in litigation with foreign software company. Successfully defeated motion to dismiss on jurisdictional grounds, which was affirmed on appeal. Also successfully defeated summary judgment motion, which resulted in case settling before...

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James A. Durham Jumpstarts Verrill's Strategic Plan

On August 4, The American Lawyer published an article, "Law Firms Name New C-Suite Leaders in Jumpstarting Strategic Plans," discussing Verrill's new hire for COO, James A. Durham and his plans to help jumpstart...

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2021 Employment Law Annual Update Series: Part Eight

Join us for the eighth part of our 2021 Employment Law Annual Update! The virtual series will continue through the year on the third Thursday of each month . This year, we are taking...

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Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Committee

In the spring of 2021, employment and labor attorney Beth Smith published an article in the American Bar Association's The Brief publication. Entitled "Workers' Compensation and Employers' Liability Committee," Beth discusses how this committee...

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Copyright Litigation: Software

Defended equipment manufacturer in copyright dispute involving firmware for digital subscriber line access multiplexers (“DSLAMs”). Case resolved favorably.

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MAME's 32nd Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament

Please join us as we sponsor MAME’s 32nd Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament! Proceeds go to the MAME Scholarship Fund to help support students interested in entering the manufacturing and trade industry in Maine. At...

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James A. Durham, Verrill's New COO

On August 3, Law360 covered the hire of James A. Durham as Verrill's new chief operating officer in an article, "Longtime Law Firm Executive Becomes Verrill Dana's COO." Durham has significant experience as a...

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Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?

On June 10, employment and labor attorney Tawny Alvarez spoke with Maine Association of Nonprofits for its blog post "Help Desk FAQ: Can Nonprofits Require COVID-19 Vaccines?" As MANP continues to receive questions from...

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A Big Merci Beaucoup to Les Habitants

Oh, Canada, you give us ice hockey, maple syrup, Tom Hortons, and one stubborn province that had a noted aversion to “publicity contests.” But no more. Quebec has amended its laws concerning mandatory registration...

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