Adam S. Taylor, Attorney

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Mr. Taylor, a founding member of Taylor, McCormack & Frame, LLC, practices in a variety of areas and assists businesses state-wide. Mr. Taylor advises and represents employers in all areas of labor and employment and corporate law. He has successfully defended businesses, large and small, in both state and federal courts and frequently appears before federal and state administrative agencies. Serving as corporate counsel to dozens of businesses, Mr. Taylor has facilitated successful start-ups, mergers and corporate acquisitions. Mr. Taylor also has an active practice in the area of labor relations under the National Labor Relations Act, representing management before the National Labor Relations Board and throughout the country. He counsels employers on remaining union-free and represents employers in all aspects of unfair labor practice proceedings. He also represents management at the bargaining table in labor contract negotiations and arbitrations.

Mr. Taylor works closely with all levels of management on cost containment and legal compliance through proactive human resource policy administration and risk management. He has represented employers in a wide variety of industries, including the construction, paper, retail, food service, health care and direct marketing industries. He serves as counsel to the Associated Builders and Contractors of Maine and is a member of the American Bar Association.

Mr. Taylor received his undergraduate degree from Bowdoin College, magna cum laude, also participating in undergraduate courses of study at Cornell University and the University of Queensland (Australia). Mr. Taylor received his Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond School of Law, cum laude, while serving as an editor on the University of Richmond Law Review.

Mr. Taylor lives in Falmouth, Maine with his wife and four children. He enjoys the Maine coast with his family, boating, fly-fishing, and golfing.

 
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