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The Law Office of Cynthia Dill is a sophisticated small Portland firm that litigates civil matters mostly in federal court and does government relations and media work.
Dill's litigation practice includes all areas of civil rights law, whistleblower protection, student debt collection, sexual harassment and discrimination and veterans' claims in the Courts of Federal Claims and Veterans Appeals. Cases include: 

Claire Dean Perry et al. v. Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland. Docket No. 2:28-cv-00381-JDL (USDC - ME)

Jane Forrester Winne et al. v. National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts, et als. Docket No. 1:16-cv-00229-JDL (USDC ME)

Kayla Marie Cole et al. v. State of Maine, Office of Information and Technology. Docket No. 1:17-cv-00071-JAW (USDC - ME)

Christopher Brandt v. Maine Department of Corrections. Docket No. 1:15-cv-00461-NT (USDC - ME)

Delroy Miller, Jr. v. The United States, Docket No. 14-02-C, U.S. Court of Federal Claims (Filed January 26, 2015).

Dill also has extensive appellate court experience in the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston, MA, and before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.

Dill’s six years in the Maine Legislature plus her political and journalistic work on the national level make her an effective government relations and media agent. She is a member in good standing of the Maine State Bar Association, The Edward T. Gignoux Inn of Court, the Maine Employment Lawyers Association, and the Maine Press Association among other community organizations and regularly appears before the legislature.
 

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Save the date: Dec. 10
Join me for the Consumer Finance Rights Summit

 Event hosted by The Law Office of Cynthia Dill, Maine Equal Justice, Maine Center for Economic Policy, Coastal Enterprises, Maine Justice Foundation, Center for Responsible Lending, Legal Services for the Elderly, and Pine Tree Legal Assistance.

Event hosted by The Law Office of Cynthia Dill, Maine Equal Justice, Maine Center for Economic Policy, Coastal Enterprises, Maine Justice Foundation, Center for Responsible Lending, Legal Services for the Elderly, and Pine Tree Legal Assistance.


Trust Justice Project

The National Collegiate Student Loan Trusts and related companies are unlawfully harassing and suing thousands of student borrowers across America. The Law Office of Cynthia Dill is taking a stand against these unfair practices. If you have been sued by National Collegiate Trust, contact us.

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