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Drummond Woodsum Deepens its National Indian Law Practice

Drummond Woodsum is pleased to welcome Michael-Corey Francis Hinton as an Associate to its nationwide Indian Law Practice Group. Prior to joining Drummond Woodsum, Corey was an attorney at Akin Gump in Washington, DC. Corey’s practice focuses on advising Indian nations

 



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August 15, 2017

William L. Plouffe
Attorney Bill Plouffe Delivers Opening Remarks at Valuing the Aesthetics of Nature Symposium

Attorney Bill Plouffe gave the opening remarks at the symposium “Valuing the Aesthetics of Nature: The Role of the Visual Artist in the American Conservation Movement” held at Colby College on August 3rd and 4th.

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Drummond Woodsum Represents Modern Pest in Acquistion by Anticimex Group

Drummond Woodsum represented the owners of Modern Pest Services, Inc., Doug Stevenson, Rich Stevenson and Scott Stevenson, in connection with the sale of the business to Anticimex Inc., a company based in Sweden.

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Drummond Woodsum Represents Maine Biotechnology Services in Sale to BBI Group Holding Ltd

Drummond Woodsum represented Maine Biotechnology Services, Inc. and its owner Joe Chandler in a recent sale of the business to BBI Group Holding Ltd.,

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Drummond Woodsum Attorney Ted Kelleher Quoted in Recent Boston Globe Article

When it comes to embarrassing political headlines, Maine is usually miles ahead of Massachusetts. That’s thanks in large part to Governor Paul LePage who’s known for, um, his bombastic style. But on at least one issue, Maine political observers and lobbyists say, the Pine Tree state has bragging rights over the Bay State...

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Drummond Woodsum Attorney Ted Kelleher Quoted on Maine Public Radio

The legislative committee implementing Maine’s recreational marijuana law is ramping up efforts to allow for the commercial sale of a drug now legal in eight states. Some hope the retail system will be up and running a year from now, but lawmakers and advocates warn that it could take longer...

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Adrianne Fouts and Edward Benjamin Obtain Victory for the Falmouth Police Department Before the First Circuit Court of Appeals in a Wrongful Arrest, Exceeive Force and Discrimination Case

Adrianne Fouts and Edward Benjamin successfully defended the Falmouth Police Department in an appeal before the First Circuit Court of Appeals brought by a former resident of the Town of Falmouth who challenged the lawfulness of her arrest.   



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June 29, 2017
Jessica Garretson Joins Drummond Woodsum as HR Manager

Drummond Woodsum is pleased to announce that Jessica Garretson has joined the firm as an HR Manager. “The firm has grown considerably over the past few years and we felt it was important to



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June 16, 2017

Matthew R. Serge
Matt Serge and Keriann Roman Lectured on the New Accessory Dwelling Unit Law at the 23rd Annual Spring Zoning and Planning Conference

Drummond Woodsum attorneys Matt Serge and Keriann Roman presented at the 23rd Annual Spring Zoning and Planning Conference Hosted by the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning. In their presentation, The New Accessory Dwellings Law: How Are Municipalities Responding..

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June 14, 2017
Kimberly Pacelli Joins Drummond Woodsum's Higher Education Practice

Drummond Woodsum is pleased to welcome Kimberly Pacelli as the newest member of the Higher Education practice group. As an Attorney and Higher Education Consultant Kim will be providing advice and counsel to higher education clients

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