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Maybe legislative bodies can do something after all. After months of study, deliberation, and wrangling with the Governor, the Maine Legislature enacted LD 1719, Public Law 409, “An Act To Implement a Regulatory Structure for Adult Use Marijuana,” over the Governor’s...read more
Business Law 101 Looking for a crash course in Business Law 101? Are you wondering if you need to form a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), or nonprofit corporation in Maine? Consider joining me on June 8th in Portland, Maine, as I join some of my former...read more
At the recent winter meeting of the Androscoggin County Bar Association, I had the honor of being elected President for the next two years. During that meeting, we were pleased to announce that the Bar is now receiving applications for the Honorable Robert Clifford...read more
https://www.americanbar.org/groups/gpsolo/publications/gpsolo_ereport/2018/march-2018/from-athlete-advocate-lessons-learned-sports-propel-lawyers-compete-champions.html Here's an interesting bit from the American Bar Association on the tendency of former athletes to...read more
Thanks to the Maine Energy Marketers Association for having me present on marijuana in the workplace at their 2018 HR day in Freeport yesterday. We discussed Maine's medical marijuana statute, 22 M.R.S. ss. 2421-2430, the current recreational marijuana statute, 7...read more
Last month the Maine Supreme Judicial Court decided a Freedom of Access case involving the exceptions for the work product privilege and the informant identity privilege. Dubois v. Department of Environmental Protection, 2017 ME 224. Take-aways for Maine public...read more
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