Speaker Eves’ Legal Team File ‘Notice of Claim’ Against Governor LePage with Attorney General’s Office

Posted on August 12, 2015. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

Attorneys for Maine Speaker of the House Mark Eves filed a state law claim against Governor Paul LePage today with the state’s Attorney General. From an accompanying press release by David Webbert:

 

David Webbert of Johnson, Webbert & Young, LLP speaks to press while Speaker Mark Eves looks on (July 2015).

David Webbert of Johnson, Webbert & Young, LLP speaks to press while Speaker Mark Eves looks on (July 2015).

Today, I filed a new notice of claim under Maine law against Gov. Paul LePage on behalf of Speaker Mark Eves.

The attached written notice explains why Speaker Eves has a very strong state law claim against the Governor for intentional interference with employment.  Not only did the governor violate federal law, but he also violated Maine law when he blackmailed Good Will-Hinckley to coerce it into firing Speaker Eves. This state law claim adds to the Speaker’s case against the Governor and will be considered as part of the lawsuit in federal court.

Maine law requires that this notice be filed with the Office of the Governor and the Attorney General. It also requires that Speaker Eves wait 120 days after filing this notice before he can add this state law claim to his lawsuit filed in federal court on July 30, 2015.

Here is the notice of claim.

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*RELATED: “Mark W. Eves Vs Paul R. LePage” Federal Civil Lawsuit Filed In U.S. District Court

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