WELCOME TO ATTORNEY ERIC UHL
The firm welcomes Attorney Eric Uhl as a senior shareholder. Eric has over 30 years of experience advising and representing employers and individuals in all areas of employment law and business matters, including representing clients in intellectual property and trademark issues. Eric represents clients in business and employment-related matters before federal and state courts throughout the country. He advises clients in areas of law involving, among others, wrongful termination, discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour matters, employee leave and accommodation issues, employee compensation, employment policies and practices, and non-competition agreements. Eric also offers mediation services in employment disputes. Most recently, Eric practiced in the Portland office of the law firm of Littler Mendelson.
WELCOME TO ATTORNEY DAVID GINZER
The firm welcomes Attorney David Ginzer as a senior associate. David has previous experience working at law firms in Florida and North Carolina, as well as at the Public Defender’s office in Stuart, Florida. David has represented businesses, individuals and financial institutions in litigation in a wide variety of areas, including general commercial issues, foreclosures and loan workouts and special asset litigation. David will be handling cases in all areas of the firm’s practice. David is licensed to practice law in Maine, North Carolina and Florida.
CONGRATULATIONS TO JOE CAHOON, NEW SHAREHOLDER
We are happy to announce that Joe Cahoon has become a shareholder in the firm. Joe came to the firm after clerking for the Honorable Holly F. Clemons in Illinois. His practice areas include construction, insurance coverage, transportation, personal injury, real estate errors and ommissions.
BETH STOUDER BECOMES CHAIR OF THE FEDERAL LOCAL RULES COMMITTEE
Attorney Stouder was asked by the United States District Court to serve as the Chair of the local rules committee. The committee is charged with addressing questions and need for clarification of the local rules from the judges or attorneys in the district of Maine. It makes recommendations about changes to the rules to the federal court.
WENDELL LARGE RECEIVES 2018 USLAW NETWORK O’HAGAN AWARD
Wendell posthumously received the 2018 USLAW NETWORK O’Hagan Award. The award is named after Jim O’Hagan, a founding member of USLAW, and is given annually by the USLAW Chair to a USLAW member(s) who demonstrates outstanding services and commitment to the organization’s guiding principles, mission and objective.
The award was presented during USLAW’s recent annual Fall Membership Meeting in Montreal. USLAW Chair John D. Cromie of Connell Foley LLP in New Jersey presented the award to Tom McKeon, Wendell’s law partner who accepted the award in Wendell’s memory.
“I am humbled to have the honor to present this award to Wendell’s law partner,” said Cromie, who worked with Wendell during many years of USLAW membership and USLAW Board service.
To view Tom McKeon’s acceptance of this prestigious award, you may click on the link below:
OUR FRIEND AND PARTNER, WENDELL G. LARGE
Wendell died suddenly and unexpectantly in April 2018.
2018 O’Hagan Award Presentation posthumously to Wendell Large
If you have any questions about Wendell’s cases or other matters, please contact Managing Partner, Beth Stouder, at 207-553-5718 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Juanita (Phillips) Clark at 207-553-5719 or email@example.com.