Berman & Simmons News Articles

  • Attorney Travis Brennan appointed to Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure

    Attorney Travis Brennan was appointed by the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to the Advisory Committee on Rules of Civil Procedure. The committee is tasked with reviewing the Civil Rules and considering proposed changes to the Rules. Brennan works in the Lewiston office of Berman & Simmons, representing clients in claims involving medical malpractice, personal injury, wrongful death and defective products, […]

  • Berman & Simmons Attorney Jodi Nofsinger Recognized by Super Lawyers

    New England Super Lawyers has selected Berman & Simmons attorney Jodi Nofsinger in its Top 100: 2018 New England Super Lawyers List and its Top 50: 2018 Women New England Super Lawyers List. This is Nofsinger’s seventh consecutive year being selected in the directory, which recognizes the top five percent of lawyers for individual excellence in their practice areas. Nofsinger […]

  • Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project opens new Lewiston office with support from Berman & Simmons

    (Lewiston, ME – September 20, 2018) — Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project (ILAP) has opened a new Lewiston office as part of an effort to serve more immigrants throughout the State of Maine in their communities. Founded in 1993, ILAP provides legal information and services to low-income immigrants seeking to gain protection from persecution and domestic violence, keep their families together, […]

  • Christopher Boots Joins Berman & Simmons

    Attorney Christopher Boots joined the Berman & Simmons law firm in June 2018, where he will represent clients in personal injury cases from the firm’s Lewiston office. A native of North Yarmouth, Maine, Boots graduated from the University of Chicago in 2010 and earned his law degree in 2014 from Stanford Law School, where he was active in the Stanford […]

  • Attorney Michael Bigos named MTLA President

    Attorney Michael Bigos was recently named President of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association.  As an accomplished trial attorney and former legislative staffer, Michael is excited to promote the cause of civil justice in capitols and courtrooms during his term. “2018 is an important election year for pro-civil justice candidates in Maine and the U.S.,” says Michael.  He will also prioritize civility in legal practice, and the highest quality legal education to meet the mission of the organization.

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