Archives: Staff & Attorneys

Staff and Attorneys

Dawn Martell

Legal Assistant/Paralegal for: John A. McArdle, III, R. Terrance Duddy, and Stephen W. Koerting

Marcia Nelson

Legal Assistant/Paralegal for: Barry Zimmerman, Erik Peters, Sanchita Mukherjee, U. Charles Remmel, II, John Kelly, and Robert E. Crowley

Lauri Boxer-Macomber

Lauri is an attorney, mediator and facilitator with an active legal practice focused on bicycle and pedestrian advocacy and personal injury work. She also is a general civil litigator and is active in the field of alternative dispute resolution. Lauri enjoys working with a broad range of clientele, taking on complex cases and helping clients… Read more »

Julius Ciembroniewicz

Julius represents hospitals, health care networks, colleges and other institutional providers on a wide variety of corporate and business matters, with an emphasis on advising rural hospitals and non-profit organizations with regard to network and provider contracting, Certificate of Need, tax-exempt bond financing, strategic planning and development, Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement and legislative services. Julius… Read more »

Robert E. Crowley

Bob Crowley is a retired Maine judge who, since his retirement on August 31, 2010, has been engaged in a full time dispute resolution practice at KRZ’s Center for Conflict Resolution. His practice focuses on private judging, mediation, arbitration and neutral evaluation of cases. He also acts as settlement counsel and as strategic counsel in… Read more »

R. Terrance Duddy

R. Terrance Duddy is a 1980 graduate of the University of Maine School of Law who joined Kelly, Remmel & Zimmerman in 1983. Prior to joining the firm, Terrance served for one year as the law clerk for the Hon. Thomas J. Lydon of the United States Court of Claims in Washington, D.C. and as… Read more »

John N. Kelly

John Kelly has been a practicing trial lawyer in Maine since 1967. He received his undergraduate degree from Colby College and his law degree from Georgetown University. John worked for several years on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. as a Congressional Legislative and Administrative Assistant before he joined the Criminal Division of the Attorney General’s… Read more »