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Lipman & Katz Hosts Food Drive for Augusta Food Bank

AUGUSTA, Maine – Following one of the most powerful wind storms in Maine’s history earlier this fall, on November 17, Lipman & Katz joined with the staff from the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME), Voya Financial and Manpower for a local food drive to support the Augusta Food Bank. In total, more than 100 non-perishable food items were donated to the Augusta Food Bank.

Arthur Jones found not guilty of major felonies, found guilty of two lesser offenses

A jury cleared a city man of the two most serious offenses he faced but convicted him of two others in a verdict returned Wednesday night at the Capital Judicial Center.

Arthur J. Jones, 58, of Augusta, was found not guilty of gross sexual assault and aggravated assault. He was found guilty of unlawful sexual conduct and assault, which occurred Dec. 22, 2016, in Augusta.

Read the article at centralmaine.com...

Attorney Evan Fisher Helps Walter Case Jr. Return to Harness Racing

October 17, 2017 — In a commission ruling on October 13, Walter Case Jr. received a provisional driving license, setting the stage for his return to racing in Maine this weekend. Lipman & Katz attorney Evan Fisher pursued the case after the prolific harness racing driver was initially denied a racing license by the Maine State Harness Racing Commission when he applied in September. Case will race Saturday and Sunday at Scarborough Downs, his first racing action since Plainridge Park in 2008.

Lipman & Katz Welcomes Attorney Evan Fisher

October 5, 2017Attorney Evan Fisher has joined the Augusta-based law firm Lipman & Katz. His legal background includes experience in municipal law and in criminal law as both a prosecutor and as a defense attorney. He joins the firm that also handles a wide range of cases in personal injury, motor vehicle accidents, family law, business law, employment law, wills and estates, and real estate law. 

2 plead guilty to felony murder, robbery in 2015 killing of Joseph Marceau of Augusta

WISCASSET (8/22/17) — An Augusta man beaten to death in November 2015 was bound hand and foot as he was attacked by people intent on robbing him of his drug stash.

Details about the killing of 31-year-old Joseph Marceau came out at separate hearings Tuesday afternoon where two men indicted on murder charges in Augusta pleaded guilty to felony murder and robbery.

C.P. v. C.B.

Real estate litigation involving a right-of-way across property: this was a long-standing dispute between neighbors involving complaints to DEP and other tactics. The Plaintiffs folded after a protracted fight.