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CHRISTIAN C. FOSTER is an attorney with Terry Garmey & Associates where his practice is focused in the areas of personal injury, professional negligence, products liability, and complex business disputes. He earned his B.A. degree, with high honors, from Rollins College and his J.D. degree from the University of Maine School of Law. Mr. Foster is an active member in the Maine State Bar Association and Trial Lawyers Association and was selected by his peers to be member of the Edward Thaxter Gignoux Inn of Courts. He is a member of the bars of the State of Maine, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, United States First Circuit Court of Appeals and District Court for the District of Maine.
GARY GOLDBERG is an attorney with the Portland law firm of Terry Garmey & Associates. He represents plaintiffs in personal injury, medical malpractice and products liability litigation. Mr. Goldberg received his B.A. degree from Hofstra New College and his J.D. degree from Columbia Law School, where he was on the Law Review and was a Kent Scholar and a Stone Scholar. Mr. Goldberg previously chaired the CLE program of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association and has been a guest mentor at Harvard Law School's Mock Trial Program. He conducts CLE seminars for firms and solo practitioners, focusing on trial skills.
JENNIFER L. HARRELL is a litigation support manager with Verrill Dana LLP, where she focuses on e-Discovery for the Litigation & Trial Department. Ms. Harrell has experience with a wide variety of litigation disputes including commercial, intellectual property, construction, employment, health care, products liability, and professional liability. She brings her experience as a litigation paralegal and e-Discovery specialist to support all stages of litigation, from collection and management of large data sets through trial presentation. Prior to joining Verrill Dana LLP, she spent five years at the Washington, D.C., firm of Jackson & Campbell, PC, in the liability insurance coverage group. Ms. Harrell earned her B.S. degree in economics from Hillsdale College.
NEAL L. WEINSTEIN is an attorney with the Law Office of Neal L. Weinstein. He has a varied trial practice in both criminal and civil law, as well as appellate practice, in both Maine and Massachusetts. He was the sole attorney in the important case of AFAB v. Town of Old Orchard Beach, and recently represented the Surfrider Foundation in several beach access cases in Maine. Mr. Weinstein is licensed in all Maine courts, the Federal District courts of Maine and Massachusetts, the First Circuit Court of Appeals, the U.S. Supreme Court, as well as the United States Tax Court. He earned his undergraduate degree from Boston University's School of Management and his law degree from Suffolk University Law School. Mr. Weinstein is a member of the Maine Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys, York County Bar Association, Maine State Bar Association and the American Bar Association.