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Rule 415 and Our Recent Verdict: Russell v. Chenevert
General Law

Rule 415 and Our Recent Verdict: Russell v. Chenevert

In June 2021, we brought a lawsuit on behalf of Julia Russell, a Maine resident who alleged that she was sexually abused by a family...

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Pierringer: The Promise and Peril
General Law

Pierringer: The Promise and Peril

By: Taylor Asen and Ben Gideon   The “Master of Torts,” Dean Prosser, wrote that “[t]he effect of a settlement with the plaintiff by the...

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The Quirky Nature of Maine’s Hearsay Exception for Learned Treatises
General Law

The Quirky Nature of Maine’s Hearsay Exception for Learned Treatises

Picture a lawyer standing in open court several feet from the witness and holding up a fat, hard covered book with an impressive title, like...

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Gaining Trial Skills at the Dodd Cross Examination Clinic
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Gaining Trial Skills at the Dodd Cross Examination Clinic

Authored by Taylor A. Asen, Esq. and Meryl E. Poulin, Esq.   Roger Dodd is a living legend in trial advocacy, who, in his later...

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Medical Malpractice: The Stroke Case
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice: The Stroke Case

You’re lying in bed, and suddenly, you cannot feel one side of your body, your face droops, and you are slurring your words like you’ve...

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Three-Year Statute Sparks Potential Change in Medical Malpractice Law
General Law

Three-Year Statute Sparks Potential Change in Medical Malpractice Law

In Maine, there is a three-year statute of limitations that restricts an individual’s ability to file a malpractice lawsuit. Essentially, this rule states that an...

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