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Littler Opens Office in Maine with Five Attorneys
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Summary: Littler announced this week that it has opened a new office in Portland, Maine with the addition of five new attorneys. 

Littler has announced that it opened an office in Portland, Maine, according to a release from the firm.

  
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The office features five new partners from Fisher & Phillips LLP and include shareholder Jonathan Shapiro, shareholder Melinda J. Caterine, shareholder David Strock and associates Peter F. Herzog and Shiloh D. Theberge.

The co-managing directors of Littler, Tom Bender and Jeremy Roth, said the following:

“We are excited to expand our footprint in New England building off the success of our offices in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Following the recent addition of four prestigious shareholders in our Atlanta office, bringing on this talented team further supports our strategy of attracting lateral groups that strengthen our position as the dominant single source solution provider for the domestic and global employer community.”

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Shapiro has experience with labor, employment and employee benefits law. He represents clients in front of state and federal courts across the country.



“Littler’s strong presence in the Northeast, across the U.S. and globally, combined with the deep subject matter knowledge of its network of attorneys, has given the firm an impressive ability to serve the wide-ranging needs of employers,” said Shapiro. “Our team was also drawn to Littler’s commitment to developing technologies and innovative products that provide clients with more cost-effective and efficient legal services. We were particularly impressed with the success of the Littler CaseSmart® platform in streamlining and improving the process of defending against Equal Employment Opportunity charges and single-plaintiff employment litigation as companies continue to face an onslaught of employment-related claims and litigation.”

Shapiro earned his law degree from Duke University School of Law.

Caterine’s practice is focused on employment litigation in state and federal courts in New England.

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“The efficient, cutting-edge and sophisticated legal services that Littler is able to provide to its clients was very appealing to our team,” said Caterine. “The firm’s well-deserved reputation for client service excellence and innovation in the delivery of legal services will undoubtedly enhance our service offerings to clients.  We look forward to being a part of such a visionary firm.”

Caterine earned her law degree from Notre Dame Law School.

Strock earned his law degree Boston University School of Law and focuses his practice on union-related issues involving employers.

Theberge earned her law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Herzog earned his law degree from Boston University School of Law.

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