Superior Court Justice Upholds $13.6M Verdict Against Wind Power Firms

April 18, 2017

Maine Superior Court Justice Michaela Murphy denied motions filed by First Wind Holdings LLC and its four subsidiaries, in response to last fall's $13.6 million verdict in favor of the Eastern Maine Electric Cooperative. The $13.6M jury verdict was one of the largest ever awarded in Maine.

Eastern Maine Electric Cooperative is represented by Preti Flaherty attorneys Sigmund Schutz, Joseph Donahue, and Benjamin Piper.

An Excerpt

"...the cooperative's lead trial lawyer, Sigmund Schutz of the Preti Flaherty LLP law firm, said Murphy "upheld the jury's verdict that the defendants [First Wind] had acted in bad faith."