About this office:
Since the founding of the firm in 1952, Jensen Baird Gardner & Henry has become one of the State's most respected and successful law practices. Our impressive client roster includes large publicly-held Fortune 500 companies, small and medium-sized businesses, municipalities, school districts, public and quasi-public agencies, private not-for-profit organizations and individuals. Recognition of this fact is the firm's recent rating as a "2015 Top Ranked Law Firm" by LexisNexis® Martindale Hubbell® in Fortune Magazine. Of the 1.2 million lawyers and firms in over 160 countries rated by Martindale-Hubbell, this elite status is awarded only to US law firms with 10 or more attorneys in which at least one out of three of their lawyers earned the AV® Preeminentš Peer Review Rating, a rating demonstrating the highest level of ethical standards and legal ability.
The need for a lawyer often arises when someone needs answers to difficult questions or solutions for complex problems, and frequently both. Since its founding, Jensen Baird has been a trusted source for providing such answers and solutions. The firm prides itself on delivering legal services in a prompt, practical and cost-effective manner, and our clients enjoy working with our experienced, dedicated professionals. Our attorneys are regularly recognized as among The Best Lawyers in America.
Attorneys at Jensen Baird have a proven track record of establishing and maintaining long-term relationships with our clients. We favor ongoing collaboration and communication with clients as we deliver accurate, timely legal advice and reliable, creative solutions. Our goal is to address each client's current problems and provide expert guidance to avoid future ones.
That's been our history for more than 60 years, and remains our commitment for the future.
At Jensen Baird, we provide answers and solutions.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution Arbitration; Antitrust; Antitrust and Trade Regulation; Appellate Practice; Banking Law; Banks and Banking; Bankruptcy; Bond; Business Law; Civil Practice; Civil Rights; Commercial Law; Condominium Law; Construction Law; Consumer Law; Contracts; Corporate Law; Corporate Finance; Creditors Rights; Creditors Rights in Bankruptcy; Criminal Defense; Education Law; Energy; Environmental Law; Estate Planning; Federal Practice; Finance; General Trial Practice; Indian Law; Insurance; Intellectual Property; Labor and Employment; Land Use; Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Legal Malpractice; Litigation; Mergers, Acquisitions and Divestitures; Municipal Bonds; Municipal Finance; Municipal Law; Negligence; Nonprofit Organizations Law; Personal Injury; Premises Liability; Probate; Probate Litigation; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Property Law; Public Finance; Public Utility Law; Railroad Law; Real Estate; Real Estate Litigation; School Law; Taxation; Torts; Trademarks; Trust Administration; Trusts and Estates; Wills; Zoning Law; Zoning, Planning and Land Use.
Year Established: 1952
PRIVATE BUSINESS ENTITIES: Ally Financial f/k/a GMAC; Americredit Financial Services, Inc., d/b/a GM Financial; Androscoggin Savings Bank; BerryDunn; Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company; Camden National Bank; Cuso Mortgage; D&G Machine Products; DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel South Portland; Down East Enterprise; Federal National Mortgage Association; Fidelity National Title Group; First American Title Insurance Company; Ford Motor Credit Company; H.A. Mapes, Inc.; Hancock Lumber Company; Kasprzak, Inc.; Matrix Benefit Group, LLC; National Distributors, Inc.; Navient Solutions, Inc.; New England Development; Norton Financial Services; Ocean Communities Federal Credit Union; Ocean View Retirement Community for the Highlands; Prompto, Inc.; RBS Citizens, N.A.; Saco Valley Credit Union; Sanford Institution for Savings; St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railroad; Stewart Title Guaranty Company; S.R. Weiner & Associates; TD Auto Finance; TD Bank, N.A.; The Bank of Maine; The First, N.A.; W/S Development; Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.; Weyerhaeuser; Zurich of North America.
PRIVATE, NON-PROFIT ENTITIES: Caleb Affordable Housing Group; Grand Lodge of Maine A.F. & A.M.; Maine Life Care Retirement Community, Inc., d/b/a Piper Shores; Margaret Chase Smith Foundation; Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust; TrainRiders Northeast.
PUBLIC GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES: Cities of Portland, South Portland and Westbrook; Towns of Boothbay, Casco, Cumberland, Cushing, Cutler, Denmark, Edgecomb, Frye Island, Gorham, Gray, Hope, Islesboro, Kennebunk, Limerick, Lincolnville, Litchfield, Livermore Falls, Lovell, Naples, Ogunquit, Pittsfield, Poland, Pownal, Richmond, Southport, Standish, Steuben, Thorndike, Waterboro, West Bath and Westport Island; County of Cumberland; County of Somerset; Greater Portland Public Development Commission; Maine Region Ten Technical High School; Passamaquoddy Indian Tribe at Indian Township.
QUASI-GOVERNMENTAL ENTITIES: ecomaine; Berwick Sewer District; Maine Turnpike Authority; Mid-Maine Waste Action Corporation; York County Community Action Corporation; York Housing Authority.
All Partners and Associates are members of the Maine State Bar Association.