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3 Me B. Bull. 1 (1969)

handle is hein.barjournals/mainbabu0003 and id is 1 raw text is: VOL. 3 NO. 1        MAINE STATE BAR ASSOCIATION        JANUARY 1969

Labor Law
Seminar Is
By Donld H. dliarden, Esq.
The Labor Law Section of the Maine
State Bar Associatioi in conjunctio
with the Committee on Continuing
Legal Education conducted a Seminar
on Labor Laws and Grievance and Arbi-
trationl procedures in the Memorial
Union of the University of Maine on
Saturday, )ecember _.I, (8.
State Laws Outlined
After starting things off right with coffee
that was hot and (oluts that were fiesh,
a, group of about fifty sat down to listen
continued on p. 15

Unification     Approved
.The Supreme Court of New
Hampshire on December 31 de-.
creed a Unified Bar for a trial
Period of three years from the
effective date ,of the Proposed
constitution andby-laws jrsinc/ i
organization, when. adopted, by.
the members of the New I-amnp.
shire' Bar.
Another successful Superior Court
panel on Common Trial Problems
helped swell attendance to 207 members
for the bienial Mid-Winter Mecting of
the Association, held January i5th at
the Holiday Inn, Augusta.
Presiding was president Sumner T.
Bernstein who introduced Justices James
L. Reid, Harold J. Rubin and Alton A.
Lessard.  Each of the justices spoke
briefly and solicited questions and opin-
continued on 1). 1o

VS. ICE                          ,
By C/arles W. Smith, Esq.
Maine Trial Lawyers Association
This season of the year brings to
northern climes a type of weather sel.
dom experienced by residents of the
deep south and a host of problems un-
known   to  our southern  neighbors.
Some of the problems accompanying
ice anl snow are of legal significance,
finding their way into law offices where
one wishing to (Io research is well ad-
vised not to waste too much time per-
using the Florida Reporter System. The
leaky gutter that is problem-free in July
may well become a hazard with (tire
continued on p. iG

PartaciPants in the Common Trial Problems panel it the mid.winter Assocition imeeting
were Justices Alton , I.essrd, Harol J. Rubin aind jmines L. Reid.

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