Drummond Woodsum attorneys Kasia Park and Ed Benjamin recently served on the faculty of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy’s 2019 New Chiefs & Sheriffs course. This course is intended for newly appointed Chiefs of Police/Deputy Chiefs of Police and Sheriffs/Chief Deputy Sheriffs ...
On April 12, 2019, Justice Duddy of the Maine Superior Court Business and Consumer Docket granted summary judgment in favor of the City of Eastport in a lawsuit involving claims of tortious interference, misrepresentation, and negligent infliction of emotional distress brought by a Canadian businessman who operated a boatbuilding operation out of the City’s Guilford Mill between 2013 and 2016.
The Maine Educational Technology Directors Association (METDA) has invited Elek Miller to be their keynote speaker at their inaugural Photocopier and Printer Showcase and Learning Event. Elek will discuss the intersections of technology and the law, especially as it pertains to print, copy and document management. He will cover topics including privacy, copyright, human resources and document retention.
Governor Janet Mills recently signed an Executive Order creating a Judicial Nominations Advisory Committee and named its nine members including Drummond Woodsum attorney Melissa Hewey. The Governor’s Judicial Nominations Advisory Committee will evaluate and advise Governor Mills on potential candidates for judicial appointments and reappointments.