Biography

Randall is a former Trial Attorney for the Civil Division of the U.S. Department of Justice and concentrates on the resolution of business disputes with a focus on complex litigation, including class actions, antitrust claims and government investigations. He is an experienced trial lawyer who has been successful before judges and juries in state and federal court. He also counsels business clients on various corporate and commercial matters, including Hart-Scott-Rodino filings, competition law, and rights and obligations under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).

Randall has authored articles on various litigation topics, including the section on the United States in "Serving Process and Obtaining Evidence Abroad" by Kluwer Law International and "International Judicial Assistance in Civil Matters" for The Center for International Legal Studies in Salzburg, Austria.

He graduated from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia and earned his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law. Following law school, he practiced law in Washington, D.C., with Howrey & Simon, a firm specializing in antitrust litigation until he joined the Justice Department. He joined Preti Flaherty in 1983.

Professional Activities

  • Maine State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association, Antitrust Section

Honors & Recognition

  • Martindale-Hubbell® AV Preeminent™ Peer Review Rating
  • Recognized by Best Lawyer's in America for Antitrust Law, Commercial Litigation, Antitrust Litigation

Civic and Charitable Activities

  • First Parish Unitarian Church, Trustee
  • Fort Williams Advisory Commission, former Chairman
  • Served as a member of the committee that created the museum now located at the lighthouse keeper's quarters at the Portland Head Light
  • Cape Elizabeth Television Advisory Board, former Chairman

Firm Highlights

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Preti Flaherty COVID-19 Resources

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Preti Flaherty's attorneys have maintained a constant stream of the most up-to-date information and resources for our clients, business partners, and others struggling to navigate these complex...

News

Preti Flaherty Attorneys Jason Howe and Emily White Help Advance Massive $59 Million Development Complex In Seacoast

The Kittery Planning Board has given final approval to a $59 million mixed-use residential development off Interstate 95, a project that has been in the works for several years. Preti Flaherty attorneys Jason Howe...

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Maine Workers' Comp Alert: WCB Transition to In-Person Hearings Likely to Occur No Sooner Than August 2020; Section 312 IME’s Have Resumed

A conference with Maine Workers' Compensation Board Executive Director John Rohde was held last week to discuss the transition to in-person hearings at the WCB. The WCB Subcommittees also met to discuss recent developments...

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Preti Flaherty Attorneys Sigmund Schutz and Greg Hansel Lead Suit to Help Students Get Housing and Tuition Refunds for Study Abroad Programs Cancelled by CIEE

In the class-action complaint, Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is cited for breach of contract for failing to refund housing and tuition for cancelled study abroad programs A class-action suit has been filed...

Press Coverage

Portland-Based Education Nonprofit Sued For Study Abroad Refunds

A class-action suit has been filed against CIEE on behalf of thousands of college students who were denied any refund of tuition, room and board, and other fees for Spring 2020 study abroad programs...

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Maine drops residency requirement for recreational marijuana businesses

Since Mainers voted to pass the Maine Marijuana Legalization Act in 2016, lawmakers have been wrestling with how to regulate sales. Last week, recreational marijuana businesses in Maine cleared a major hurdle to operation...

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Legislative Alert: Governor’s Economic Recovery Committee Update

The Governor’s Economic Recovery Committee met on Friday June 26 th to hear reports from the Chairs of all six subcommittees. In the reporting on Friday the biggest monetary ask was from the Infrastructure...

News

ACTIONS. NOW. FOR CHANGE.

Our country and our communities are suffering and in turmoil due to the racial injustices that have occurred for centuries and are still happening all around us today. It is difficult to comprehend and...

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Contractor's Guide to Mitigating Risks in the AIA A201-2017 General Conditions

The AIA A201-2017 is generally a well-understood contract document and is used in a significant number of construction projects each year. While this standard contract covers most risks, there are a number of areas...

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Officer-involved Shootings Video - Maine Behind the Curve on Public Access to Information

More than three months after officers were involved in a fatal shooting of a Minot, Maine, resident, the Androscoggin County Sheriff's Office and the Office of the Attorney General continue to deny requests to...