Mainebiz: Murray Plumb & Murray, marking 50 years, reflects on its ‘slightly unorthodox’ start
Thanks to Mainebiz for sharing a look at our history as we celebrate 50 years. Read the article here.
Press Herald: PFAS exposure leaves Maine people wondering: What is it doing to us?
This recent Press Herald article tells the story of the reality that some Mainers are facing after uncovering PFAS contamination on their
Murray Plumb & Murray celebrates 50 years
Murray Plumb & Murray is proud to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year. In 1973, three Maine attorneys left their established firms
Beth Boepple speaks with Boston Globe and WVOM about NECEC trial
Beth Boepple was quoted in the recent Boston Globe article “Maine jury rules clean energy transmission line from Canada to New England
Aquaculture development in Downeast Maine hits roadblock
The Press Herald published an update on Protect Downeast’s opposition to the Jonesport Planning Board’s decision to allow a $110 million facility
Sage Friedman named Partner at Murray Plumb & Murray
We are pleased to announce that Sage Friedman has been named a Partner and Shareholder of the firm as of January 1,
Group appealing permit decision in attempt to stop construction of The Kingfish Company’s Maine land-based fish farm
Intrafish published an update this week on Protect Downeast’s plan to appeal the Jonesport, Maine, planning board approving a building permit application
Attorney Stacey Neumann invited to teach at Harvard Trial Advocacy Workshop
Attorney Stacey Neumann has been invited to join the faculty at the Harvard Law School Trial Advocacy Workshop for the second year.
Murray Plumb & Murray welcomes Ellen Masalsky
Murray Plumb & Murray is pleased to announce that Ellen Masalsky has joined the firm. An associate attorney, she focuses on litigation,
Beth Boepple discusses updates on appeals to the NECEC transmission line on WVOM
Beth Boepple recently joined George Hale and Ric Tyler on WVOM to discuss where things stand with opposition to the New England