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Maine Law’s interim dean is already a familiar face on campus

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University of Southern Maine President Glenn Cummings announced Thursday that Dmitry Bam, the University of Maine School of Law’s associate dean, has been selected as the law school’s...

Pro bono work a labor of love for Portland attorney Stacey Neumann

Renee Cordes |

Stacey Neumann is a partner at Portland law firm Murray Plumb & Murray, where she chairs the criminal/white collar defense and employment practice groups. She also does a lot of pro bono work, which...

Court grants Lincoln hospital right to pay wages and bills during Ch. 11 proceedings

Documents filed at U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Maine in the Chapter 11 bankruptcy case by Penobscot Valley Hospital reveal that the Lincoln hospital owes up to $10 million to more than...

UNE partners with Maine Law to offer faster path to law degree for marine sciences majors

Renee Cordes |

The University of New England and the University of Maine School of Law are joining forces to offer marine sciences undergraduates a faster track to a law degree, saving them both time and money.

Rockland's 'tiny house' amendment challenged in court

Laurie Schreiber |

A Rockland resident has filed a lawsuit challenging a recent zoning change that would allow houses of less than 800 square feet in five zoning districts of the city.

Danielle Conway to leave Maine Law for new post in Pennsylvania

Renee Cordes |

Danielle Conway is leaving her post as dean of the University of Maine School of Law after four years to become dean of Penn State's Dickinson Law.

Piscataquis County joins lawsuit against owner of Greenville area ski lodge

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The Piscataquis County Commission has joined the state in a lawsuit against the owner of the Big Squaw Mountain ski area.

Legal challenge to Bar Harbor ferry zoning shot down

A Maine Superior Court judge has rejected a challenge to a Bar Harbor zoning amendment that allows redevelopment of the Eden Street ferry terminal.

What's next now that federal judge rules ACA is unconstitutional?

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Friday's ruling by a federal judge in Texas that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional plunged President Obama's landmark health care law into uncertainty once again.

Portland wins record judgment against non-responsive landlord

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The Maine Supreme Judicial Court upheld on Tuesday a record judgment for the City of Portland against a non-responsive landlord.

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