Boothbay Harbor, Maine Lawyers
I represent Mainers in the midcoast and Kennebec River valley regions, in serious personal injury cases, including workers' compensation, car accidents, medical malpractice and social security disability cases. I also handle personal and small business bankruptcy cases. I have been doing this work since 1977 and meet with clients in Brunswick, Augusta and Waterville.
(800) 690-5444 93 Pleasant St.
Brunswick, ME 04011
Brunswick, ME 04011
Andrew (Andy) Zulieve has more than twenty five 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...
I made the switch to immigration law in 2013, after almost 20 years working in natural resources conservation law and policy. My interest in immigration is both professional and personal. I was a landed resident in Canada for several years and, after returning to the U.S. adopted both of my children internationally. I love learning and working across cultures and am a strong believer in the need to attract new immigrants to this region.
I have been practicing law since 2005. I represent people charged with crimes in Maine state courts in a number of coastal counties. My practice regularly brings me to Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, York, and Waldo counties. My clients typically have cases in Superior Court and District Court. The people I help range from juveniles to adults. Everyone deserves a vigorous defense, every case is important, and everyone deserves to be treated with respect. I do not judge my clients, I defend them.
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.