Johnson, Webbert, Young Named in 2019 Best Lawyers in America

Johnson, Webbert & Young, LLP, is pleased to announce that three of the firm’s lawyers – all of the firm’s partners – were selected for inclusion in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, one of the legal profession’s oldest and most respected peer-review publications. Best Lawyers® has become universally regarded as the…

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Attorney David Webbert Argues for Mark Eves in Front of 1st U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that Lepage Abused Power

“Politics is fine in the Legislature, but not for a 100-year-old charitable organization that helps at-risk children,” Webbert said. “The governor crossed a line, and the courts are here to enforce those boundary lines.” “The governor blackmailed a private nonprofit school that serves children at risk because his political opponent got the job,” Eves said…

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Jury Trial for #MeToo Sexual Harassment Claims Against T-Mobile

A United States District Court Judge ruled on Monday that Angela Agganis, a former T-Mobile customer service representative, will get a jury trial on her claims of sexual harassment. The Court denied T-Mobile’s attempt to have the case dismissed on summary judgment. Agganis is represented by Jeffrey Neil Young, Roberta de Araujo, and Valerie Z….

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Johnson, Webbert & Young Elects Carol J. Garvan to the Partnership

Johnson, Webbert & Young, LLP, is proud to announce that Carol J. Garvan has joined the partnership and has been named Chair, Class Action Practice. The firm litigates in New England, with offices in Augusta and Portland, and is the largest plaintiff’s employment and civil rights firm north of Boston. Since beginning her career in 2010, Carol has established…

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Court agrees to hear Eves' appeal of suit over LePage action

Attorney David Webbert was heartened by the court’s decision to hear the case again before the full panel of judges. Webbert believes that the court wants to tackle what he is calling an abuse of power by the executive branch, which he says has continued over the past two years since LePage threatened to block…

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Webbert: "Grammar matters"

Read it on Reader’s Digest here Will a single punctuation mark result in 
a huge legal settlement for a group of dairy deliverymen? BY VICKI GLEMBOCKI After working 50 to 60 hours a week with no overtime pay, three delivery drivers decided enough 
was enough. In May 2014, they sued their employer, Oakhurst Dairy in Maine, for…

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