Posts Categorized: Announcements

Gene R. Libby joins York County Committee of Campaign for Justice

Gene R. Libby recently joined the York County Committee of the Campaign for Justice.  Celebrating its 10th Anniversary year, the Campaign for Justice raises funds to support organizations in Maine that provide legal aid and access to justice to thousands in our state who would not otherwise be able to afford legal services.  By mid-August… Read more »

Gene R. Libby presents at program about aggressive litigation tactics

On October 19, 2012, Gene R. Libby was a presenter at a Continuing Legal Education program entitled: “Aggressive Litigation Tactics:  How to Deal with the ‘Rambo’ Litigator.”  Gene’s portion of the program focused on teaching attorneys how to deal with frivolous discovery objections and inappropriate behavior of opposing counsel at depositions, as well as how to make sure… Read more »

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion Announce New Location of Massachusetts Office

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion, LLC is pleased to announce that our office in Massachusetts is moving!  Effective June 1, 2013, we will be located at One Burlington Business Center in Burlington, Massachusetts.  Our new address is 67 South Bedford Street, Suite 400W, Burlington, MA 01803.  Our telephone number will continue to be (508) 479-1065.… Read more »

D.C. Strikes Down NLRB’s Poster Rule

On May 7th, the federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. struck down the National Labor Relations Board new rule requiring companies to post a notice advising employees of their rights under federal law, that included an employee’s right to join a union. In the decision, Judge A. Raymond Randolph said that the poster rule made an… Read more »

Tyler J. Smith joins the firm as an Associate Attorney

Libby O’Brien Kingsley & Champion, LLC is pleased to announce that Tyler J. Smith has joined the firm as an Associate Attorney.  Tyler practices in the areas of civil litigation, criminal law and family/divorce law.  He gained practical trial experience serving as a law clerk to Justices Marden, Mills, Murphy and Nivison in the Maine… Read more »