Biography

Susan Swenson is a litigation paralegal who brings more than 18 years of legal experience to the firm. Her practice is primarily in the area of product liability litigation.

As a member of the litigation and trial team, Susan works closely with attorneys and clients to develop strategies and defenses for each individual case. She coordinates and assists in all stages of litigation including fact investigation, research and writing, fact and expert witness discovery, depositions, document management, analysis of testimony, and trial preparation. She routinely accompanies trial attorneys to court and assists in the presentation of evidence in the courtroom. Susan's responsibilities relate to cases pending throughout the United States on behalf of several national and self-insured clients.

Susan has experience in state and federal courts in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

Susan currently resides with her family in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

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Firm Highlights

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Advised Fortune 500 Company on Group Health and Welfare Benefit Plans

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Verrill Welcomes Associates Brody Haverly-Johndro, Maye Emlein, Victoria Larson, Chris Petronio, Abby Plummer, and Alexander Read

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IRS Guidance Expands Access to ACA Premium Tax Credit, Allows Cafeteria Plan Sponsors to Permit Employees to Revoke Family Coverage Mid-year

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Annual Update: Part 1 - 2022 Legal Year in Review (1st Session)

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Maine PUC Clarifies Ability of Level 2 Projects to “Leapfrog” Level 4 Projects in Interconnection Queue

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Elections and Constitutional Law: Successfully Challenged Certification of Initiative Petition

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The PHE is Ending: Do You Know Where Your Waivers Are?

While the pandemic is not over, the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) is expected to expire soon, which means that a number of operational, safety, and billing standards that were waived at the beginning...

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Annual Update: Part 1 - 2022 Legal Year in Review (2nd Session)

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New IRS Determination Letter Program for 403(b) and 401(a) Plans

On November 7, 2022, the IRS issued Revenue Procedure 2022-40 , which allows certain tax-exempt employers (such as schools, charities, and churches) to apply for IRS determination letters on their individually designed section 403(b...

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Ruth Mattson quoted in Law360 article regarding new Massachusetts surtax

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