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By Catherine Connors, Matthew Manahan
A ruling this month by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) in Campbell v. City of South Portland, 2015 ME 125, could have fatal implications for some land use appeals.
By John Delahanty
On the evening of February 4th, Governor LePage appeared before a Joint Session of the Legislature to deliver his State of the State Address.
By Sarah Beard, Jonathan Block, Andrea Maker
Maine legislators have introduced legislation (LD 1120) to "close offshore tax loopholes."
By Nancy A. Haller, Scott E. Pueschel
We are once again entering the season when most for-profit and non-profit corporations file their annual reports with the Secretary of State or other applicable agency in the states where they are organized as well as the states in which they are qualified to do business as foreign entities.
By Randall Rich
President Obama has nominated Norman Bay to be the next Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Bay currently serves as FERC’s Director of Enforcement.
By Kenneth Gray, Dixon Pike, John Formella
For many years, both the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the State of Maine Department of Environmental Protection have wrestled with the practical question of how solvent-contaminated wipes should be managed under hazardous waste regulations.
By Richard (Zeke) P. Davisson II, Scott E. Pueschel
On December 18, 2013, the Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC") released proposed rules to amend Regulation A to provide for the offering of up to $50 million in securities. Regulation A is a quasi-public offering process intended to allow established companies that are not yet ready to go public an avenue for advertising and selling securities.
By Avery Day, John Delahanty, Andrea Maker
Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House.
By Randall Rich, Jared des Rosiers
The New England States Committee on Electricity (NESCOE) has proposed that ISO-New England (ISO-NE) facilitate the addition of new electric transmission infrastructure to access renewable resources and increased natural gas firm pipeline capacity to serve generation load in New England.
By Kate Isley
Two years ago, the extent of my knowledge of and experience in class actions was limited to a complex litigation course I took in law school.
By Avery Day, John Delahanty, Andrea Maker
Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House.
By Donald Frederico
In an opinion reminiscent of the famous Rolling Stones song, Judge Richard Stearns on December 26th awarded plaintiffs' class counsel fees of $75,959.00 of a requested amount of $450,000 for work performed in connection with a settled Massachusetts consumer class action.
By Avery Day, John Delahanty, Andrea Maker
On January 10th, the very first week of this legislative session, Governor LePage announced that he had vetoed five of sixteen bills that he held from the last legislative session.
By Joshua Dunlap
On Tuesday (January 14, 2013), the Supreme Court once again weighed in with a decision regarding class actions, but this time with a twist.
By John Delahanty, Andrea Maker, Avery Day
Under the Dome: Inside the Maine State House provides a high-level overview of recent activity at the Maine State House.
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