Johnson & Webbert, L.L.P.

Johnson & Webbert, L.L.P.

We are recognized as leaders in our areas of expertise. We often speak as experts at legal conferences in Maine and nationally.

Firm Overview

Our lawyers have been educated and trained at some of the finest schools and law firms. The firm has the intellectual horsepower to give you the best advice and the dedication to always have your best interests at heart.

Phillip E. Johnson:

-Listed in Best Lawyers in America and New England Super Lawyers
-Selected to be the Chair for five years of Maine's Professional Ethics Commission for lawyers
-Authored nearly 100 articles on professional responsibility for the Maine Lawyers Review and The Ethical Lawyer published by the Maine State Bar Association
-Past member of the Board of Governors of the Maine State Bar Association
-Past member of the Board of Governors of the Maine Trial Lawyers Association

David G. Webbert:

-The Chambers USA guide to leading lawyers described him as "in a league of his own" for "pure courtroom horsepower" and said "If there is a hook to hang his case on, he will find it."
-A leading Judge in Maine wrote about him: "a highly professional advocate who approaches difficult cases with an admirable blend of diligence, intelligence, and practicality."
-One of only five Maine lawyers on Super Lawyers list of the top 100 lawyers in New England; also listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
-Elected Fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
-Member of the American Law Institute, often recognized as the most prestigious American legal association.
Main Office
Main Office
160 Capitol St., Ste.3
P.O. Box 79
Augusta  ME  04332-0079
Phone
  • 207-623-5110
Websites
Product Liability
The law office of Johnson & Webbert, L.L.P. will represent your product liability legal matters.
The law office of Johnson & Webbert, L.L.P. will represent your product liability legal matters.

Max Katler

Max R. Katler specializes in employment, civil rights, and complex civil litigation. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of Maine School of Law, where he was an editor of the Maine Law Review. Max was honored to be a speaker this year at the annual convention of the National Employment Lawyers Association. He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Max worked as a paralegal and trial assistant for the firm for six years before becoming a member of the bar in 2013.
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