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Maine law firms, school team up to 'move the needle' on diversity

In an effort to 'move the needle' on diversity in Maine's legal profession, Verrill, and two of the state's other largest law firms, have joined forces with the University of Maine School of Law...

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Protection of Private Coastal Property Rights for Conservation of Intertidal Habitat

Verrill successfully represented coastal landowners in first-impression litigation against a Canadian seaweed harvesting company with global operations to determine who owns the sea plants that are growing on private intertidal property in Maine. In...

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A Podcast Miniseries for Your HR Needs: HR Law 101

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Is a Benefit Corporation Right for You?

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Aquaculture

Verrill represents both growers and coastal landowners regarding leasing and licensing of aquaculture enterprises.

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Maine’s Largest Law Firms Join Forces with Maine Law to Launch Groundbreaking Legal Diversity Initiative

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Final Regulations on 401(k) Hardship Withdrawals

In September, the Treasury Department issued final regulations governing hardship withdrawals from 401(k) plans. The final regulations update the existing 2004 regulations to reflect recent statutory changes made to the hardship withdrawal rules under...

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AHLA Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute

In January, attorneys Kate Heffernan and Andrew Rusczek will be presenting at the American Health Lawyers Association's Academic Medical Centers and Teaching Hospitals Institute conference in Arlington, VA. The conference is designed to address...

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Certain Bonuses Must Be Included When Calculating Overtime Pay

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Avoid Rejection: Make Sure Your Medicare Cost Report is Properly Completed

As the calendar year draws to a close, hospitals with a 9/30 fiscal year end are working intensely on completing their FY 2019 Medicare cost reports. This seemed like a good time to remind...