State of Maine State of New Hampshire Commonwealth of Massachusetts U.S. District Court for the District of Maine U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit U.S. Supreme Court
Cornell University, B.A. Suffolk University Law School, J.D., cum laude
Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished, 2007-2023 New England Super Lawyers, 2019-2022
Maine State Representative for the Defense Research Institute
Tri-State Defense Lawyers Association
Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
Maine State Bar Association
New Hampshire State Bar Association
Notable Reported Decisions Davis v. Dionne, 2011 ME 90, 26 A.3d 801 Peterson v. City of Bangor, 2003 ME 102, 831 A.2d 416 Mack v. Acadia Ins., Co., 1998 ME 91, 709 A.2d 1187
Paul's practice in Maine and New Hampshire focuses on professional liability, products liability, food and medical device claims as well as workers' compensation and employment issues. Paul's clients rely on him for the decades of experience he has in identifying and advising on risk management concerns, counseling individuals and businesses on licensing and compliance, and negotiating favorable resolutions to multifaceted matters.
Paul has represented individuals, businesses and insurance companies in state and federal court bench and jury trials, arbitrations, administrative and workers compensation hearings, licensing board proceedings, mediations and appeals in both Maine and New Hampshire.
Paul has been involved in the field of insurance defense since graduating from Cornell University with a B.A. in Government. He initially worked as a claims representative and supervisor while attending Suffolk University Law School, where he graduated cum laude.
Paul is active in CLM, DRI, and is Maine's Past President to the Tri- State Defense Lawyers Association as well as its former Chairperson. He also serves as a trail steward for Portland Trails and is the past president and an advisory board member of the Wayside Soup Kitchen.