Biography

Ethan is a member of Preti Flaherty’s Environmental Practice Group in the firm’s Portland office. He provides clients with counsel on a variety of complex issues related to environmental law, including researching federal enforcement actions, case law, and relevant legislation; discovery requests, analysis, and responses; drafting documents and filing motions with courts; and negotiating settlement agreements

Ethan is a graduate of Vermont Law School and Colby College. While at Colby, Ethan spent a semester directing research on natural resource management and sustainable development at The School of Field Studies Center for Sustainable Development in Costa Rica and was an intern at NASA in New York. While in law school, Ethan held a clerkship at the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources in the Enforcement and Litigation Division and was a student clinician at the Vermont Law School Environmental Advocacy Clinic. Prior to joining Preti Flaherty, Ethan was a clerk at the Yellowstone County District Court in Billings, Montana.

Ethan lives in Windham, Maine.

Firm Highlights

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Pachios on the News, with Guest Maine Gubernatorial Candidate Paul LePage

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55th Annual Transportation Law Institute

The global supply chain has been disrupted by worldwide events over the past few years. No one is immune from the effects of world issues, and this panel, moderated by Preti Flaherty's Daniel Sonneborn...

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46 Preti Flaherty Attorneys Selected by Peers for Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America 2023, Including 6 “Lawyers of the Year”

Forty-six Preti Flaherty attorneys have been named to Best Lawyers in America 2023, including three “Ones to Watch” and six “Lawyer of the Year” recipients. Inclusion in Best Lawyers in America is considered a...

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First Circuit Court of Appeals Rules Against Maine Residency Requirements for the Medical Cannabis Industry

The First Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday struck down the Maine law that requires owners of medical cannabis dispensaries to be Maine residents. The Court affirmed a decision from the federal court in...

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Considerations When Terminating a Foreign Worker (H-1B, H-1B1, E-1/E-2, E-3, TN, L-1, O-1)

Terminating an employee is always a difficult decision. Terminating a foreign worker has additional challenges and consequences that must be considered, and employers must ensure they comply with state and federal law. An employer...

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ACC NextGen Starter Brief: Bankruptcy

In order to keep your business running, you rely on suppliers, vendors, and distributors. What if one of those businesses is in financial trouble and may file for bankruptcy? What if they do file...

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Reminder to Continue to Update Policies and Practices to Reflect Latest COVID-19 Guidance

You might be sick of thinking about COVID-19 but people are still getting sick and employers must take appropriate action to keep the workplace safe. There has been a steady increase this summer in...

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Preti Flaherty Welcomes Attorneys S. Michael Adams, II; Colin T. Barrett; Thomas J. Druan, Jr.; Nicholas P. Janzen; and Thomas C. LeBlond to the Firm

Preti Flaherty is pleased to announce the arrival of attorneys S. Michael Adams, II; Colin T. Barrett; Thomas J. Druan, Jr.; Nicholas P. Janzen; and Thomas C. LeBlond. Mike Adams joins the firm’s Real...

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Preti Flaherty Welcomes Attorneys Joshua J. Biermann, Laura E. Jensen, and Michael J. Melusky to the Firm

Preti Flaherty is pleased to announce the arrival of three new associates to the firm’s Portland office: Joshua J. Biermann, Laura E. Jensen, and Michael J. Melusky. Josh Biermann is a graduate of the...