The Law Offices of Russell J. Goldsmith is a New England Disability law firm with offices throughout Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire that assists New England's disabled with their Personal Injury and Social Security Disability claims regionwide.
Top 2% of Criminal Defense Attorneys, American Society of Legal Advocates. Distinguished Peer Review Rating, Martindale-Hubbell. Client Reviews at EliasLawOffices.com. Serving Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. Maine State Bar Association. Maine Trial Lawyers Association. York County Bar Assoc. Board of Directors. New Hampshire Bar Association. Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys.
Adam graduated from Hobart and William Smith College with a bachelor's degree in English and earned his Juris Doctorate at the University of Maine School of Law. While at law school, Adam interned at the U.S. Attorney's Office and also practiced as a Student Attorney at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic. Prior to joining Cooper & Bull, Adam worked as a litigation attorney with a concentration in consumer and creditors' rights actions. Adam is admitted to the Maine State Bar and to the United States District Court, District of Maine. He is a member of the Maine State...
I currently work for the US Government in a non-lawyer role. I am also a reserve judge advocate (JAG). I do not take private clients and I do not refer nor receive legal fees from any law firm, although I remain nominally affiliated with a former law firm as "of counsel". I would like to collaborate with professional colleagues on writing and web development professional projects. My main focus, due to my current career as an auditor, is government fiscal law, to include acquisitions. I am also very interested in international copyright law.
Fort Meade, MD 20755
I was a federal prosecutor in NYC and San Francisco and have practiced federal and state criminal defense for nearly 40 years. I have extensive experience in all areas including white collar defense, fraud, narcotics, OUI and similar criminal charges. Admitted in Maine, Massachusetts, New York and federal courts in all 3 states.
Sidney St. F. ("Pete") Thaxter is the chair of the firm's Litigation and Administrative Law and Estate Planning and Probate Practice Areas. For over 30 years, he has led the firm's litigation practice, which has focused on business disputes and property rights. Pete also works with multiple generations of the firm's clients and their families to help them through their estate tax and business succession planning.
I graduated with honors from The University of Maine School of Law. My practice focuses primarily on three areas: Family Law, Appeals, and Property. I am the proud father of two wonderful teenagers, and am an active member of the Portland, ME community. I currently serve on the Portland Planning Board, and the New Lawyers Section of the Maine State Bar Association. I am also a sponsor for Kids First.
Andrew (Andy) Zulieve has more than twenty years of experience and is highly regarded and well known as a specialist in Intellectual Property Law. Andrew takes a proactive approach when it comes to protecting valuable Trademarks, Trade Secrets and Copyrights for his clients in the most thoughtful and effective way. When litigation is necessary, he applies the same powerful and well thought out methods to form his winning strategies. This creative approach has served him well by obtaining for his clients the best possible outcome for various legal matters. Over the years and in order to best serve his...
Tammy Ham-Thompson joined the firm in the fall of 2003. Prior to joining the firm, Tammy was the managing partner of Schaeffer and Ham-Thompson. Tammy received her B.A. from the University of Southern Maine and a J.D from the New England School of Law. She is a member of the Maine and Kennebec County Bar Associations. She is a past President of the Kennebec County Bar Association. Tammy's area of expertise is family law. Whether divorce, parental rights, protection from abuse or guardianship cases, Tammy is the attorney you want on your side. Tammy resides in Gardiner, Maine with her...
After 35 years as a civil trial lawyer in all kinds and sizes of cases, Bill Robitzek has formed a practice devoted to serving the needs of other attorneys. He offers alternative dispute resolution services as well as confidential consultations on pending cases. He is the former President of the Maine State Bar Association and the New England Bar Association. He has lectured widely to lawyers and law students on issues relating to trials, evidence, preparation of witnesses, depositions and client relations.
I have grown up in Maine attending Erskine Academy and UMaine Orono. I obtained my law degree in Connecticut (Uconn Law) and returned to practice near my home. Now that I have returned to Maine I have picked up my favorite hobbies: hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, visiting the local towns for those small hidden gem's like Eat More Cheese, Liberal Cup, Jess's Market, Perry's Nutshop (any many others), and spending time with family and friends.
Pete has achieved Martindale Hubbell's highest independent Peer Review Rating, "AV- Preeminent," for both legal ability and ethical standards. He has been selected by his peers to inclusion in the publication "New England Super Lawyers," as one of the top 5% of attorneys in Maine. He has also been selected by his peers for inclusion in "Best Lawyers in America." Pete has managed a statewide personal injury practice since 1991. In March, 2011, he completed his term as President of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association, which has more than 600 trial attorney members statewide. Pete handles wrongful death cases, personal injury...
Westbrook, ME Attorney. 19 years experience
1399 Bridgton Road
Westbrook, ME 04092
Westbrook, ME 04092
Free ConsultationBankruptcy, Business, Estate Planning and Landlord Tenant
University of Maine School of Law
University of Maine School of Law
Seacoast Law Founder and Senior Counsel, Mary-Anne Martell is a native Mainer whose varied life and professional experience brings an unparalleled level of understanding and service to her clients. During the 1970s, she worked as a welder, building turbine steam nuclear re-heaters for General Electric in South Portland and was very active in the union. Later, she spent eight years at Burnham & Morrill in Portland. Among other tasks, Mary-Anne spent her first year there "putting the pork" in the cans of beans. It was during her tenure at the bean factory that she found herself the sole...