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Eaton Peabody announces attorney Ryan Dumais as new shareholder

Posted Jan. 29, 2014, at 11:14 a.m.

BRUNSWICK, Maine — The law firm of Eaton Peabody is pleased to announce that attorney Ryan Dumais, resident in the firm’s Brunswick office, was made a shareholder of Eaton Peabody at the firm’s annual shareholders meeting held in January.

“Ryan is a talented  attorney who is routinely successful in the  representation of his clients.  Ryan  represents the best in professional achievement, client service, and personal character that is the essence of Eaton Peabody’s culture,” said David Austin, the firm’s president, in a press release.

Ryan Dumais  assists clients statewide with a variety of dispute resolution and litigation matters. Ryan’s practice focuses on cases involving real estate disputes including rights associated with easements, licenses, boundary disputes, and restrictive covenant violations.

Ryan also has experience with defending disputes involving allegations of employment and housing discrimination. In addition to his work at the trial level, Ryan has  a strong appellate practice and has prevailed before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court both on written briefs and following oral argument.

Founded in 1939, Eaton Peabody is a community-based law firm with more than 45 attorneys serving New England and Atlantic Canada from offices in Augusta, Bangor, Brunswick, Ellsworth and Portland. The firm offers broad legal expertise through a variety of focused practice groups led by some of Maine’s leading attorneys. For more information, visit eatonpeabody.com.

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