September 5, 2013

On the Move

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Kimberly S. Couch, employee benefits law; Douglas P. Currier, employment law -- management, immigration law, labor law -- management, litigation -- labor and employment; Michael J. Donlan, litigation -- real estate;

William M. Fletcher, real estate law; Harold J. Friedman, bet-the-company litigation, commercial litigation, personal injury litigation -- defendants, product liability litigation -- defendants; Gregory S. Fryer, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions law, securities/capital markets law, securities regulation;

David S. Galgay Jr., real estate law; John P. Giffune, construction law, litigation -- construction; Kenneth F. Ginder, employee benefits law; Gregg H. Ginn, employee benefits law; James G. Goggin, litigation -- intellectual property, litigation -- patent; Mark K. Googins, banking and finance law, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions law; Karen Kimball Hartford, employee benefits law; William S. Harwood, administrative/regulatory law, energy law; Nora Healy, administrative/regulatory law; Keith C. Jones, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions law, securities/capital markets law, securities regulation; Kurt E. Klebe, litigation - trusts and estates, non-profit/charities law, trusts and estates; William C. Knowles, commercial litigation, litigation - land use and zoning, litigation -- trusts and estates, personal injury litigation -- defendants; Alan D. MacEwan, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions law; Christopher S. McLoon, corporate law, tax law;

Mary McQuillen, trusts and estates; Suzanne E. Meeker, employee benefits law; Richard G. Moon, employment law -- management, labor law -- management;

Charles R. Oestreicher, real estate law; James C. Palmer, real estate law; Raymond A. Pelletier, real estate law; Jacqueline W. Rider, litigation - trusts and estates, trusts and estates; A. Robert Ruesch, construction law, litigation -- construction; Christopher R. Smith, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions law; Elizabeth Connellan Smith, workers' compensation law -- employers;

William H. Stiles, health care law; David E. Warren, corporate law; Peter B. Webster, corporate law; Brett Witham, health care law.

Michael V. Saxl, a lawyer in the firm's Augusta office, was recognized in government relations practice.

FISC Solutions, a leading back office services provider, was named one of the Best Places to Work in Maine for the third year in a row.

The awards program was created in 2006 and is a project of the Society for Human Resource Management -- Maine State Council and Best Companies Group.

This statewide program identifies, recognizes and honors the best places of employment in Maine. The 2013 list is made up of 60 companies.

FISC was recognized for fostering a positive, safe, friendly and challenging work environment.


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