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Bates College, B.A., 1975
New England School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, New England Law Review, 1978-1980, Editor, 1979-1980, 1980
1980, Maine; 1980, Massachusetts; 1980, U.S. District Court, District of Maine
Maine State Bar Association (Member, Fee Arbitration Commission - Southern Maine Panel, 1989-1994; Chairman, 1992-1994); American Bar Association (Member, Employment Law and Alternative Dispute Resolution Sections); Maine Trial Lawyers Association.
Author: "Creditor's Claims Against Decedents' Estates," 14 New England Law Review, 1979. Chairman, 1999 and Member, 1997-2000, City of Saco Planning Board. Founder and President, Friends of Saco Schools, 1996-1998.
(Also at Portland Office)
Slater v. Merit Management, LLC, et al.; Emery v. Hussey; Walker v. Provost; Pawloski v. Century 21 Baltour, et al.; Searles v. Fleetwood Homes of Pennsylvania and Schiavi Homes.
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