Maine

106 ABA Journal Maine articles.

Judge to Ex-Lawyer: Snow Job Could Help Repay Clients

A Maine judge has ordered an ex-lawyer to get a job, any job, so he can repay the money he stole from client escrows and his grandfather’s estate.

John Frankenfield…

More Verrill Dana Fallout re Former Partner’s Alleged $400K Theft

The managing partner at one of Maine’s biggest and best-known law firms has resigned his post in the wake of a former partner’s alleged theft of just over $400,000 from…

Secretary to Axed Partner Plans Whistle-Blower Suit

A legal secretary who warned a major Maine law firm that the senior partner for whom she worked was apparently mishandling funds now plans to file a whistle-blower suit, contending…

Maine Law Firm Axes Former Chair, Alleges Theft

A major law firm in Maine has reportedly sent a 29-year attorney packing and mailed a letter to 1,000 clients alleging that he misappropriated funds.

Verrill Dana “severed its relationship”…

Mom’s Murder Leads to New Maine Laws

Over the years, William Bruce had reportedly attempted suicide, attacked both of his siblings, resulting in broken limbs, and threatened friends with an AK-47 automatic rifle, among other incidents. So…

Chief Justice Hospitalized for Seizure, Fall

Updated: Chief Justice John G. Roberts was taken by ambulance to the hospital Monday after a reported fall while he was vacationing in Maine.

The fall was caused by a…

Woman Sues Fidel Castro in Dad’s Death

It isn’t every day that a U.S. court has to figure out how to serve a complaint on Fidel Castro–not to mention his brother, Raul, the Republic of Cuba and…

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Proprietor’s Prank Piques Patron, Who Fails to See Humor in Handbill