Rudman Winchell Announces that Attorney Mark D. Beaumont is now Associated with the Firm

By Rudman Winchell Attorney

Rudman Winchell Counselors at Law in Bangor Maine is proud to announce that Attorney Mark D. Beaumont is now associated with the firm. Attorney Beaumont joins Rudman Winchell’s Litigation Practice. His specific practice areas include Criminal Law, Real Estate Law, Intellectual Property, Employment and Labor, Discrimination, Insurance Law, and Alternative Dispute Resolution. Prior to coming to Rudman Winchell, Mark worked as a Litigation Associate at Eaton Peabody in Bangor.

Mark D. Beaumont was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and grew up in Ellicott City, Maryland. He attended the University of Maine for several years – where he met his wife, Chiantel – and later graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Before entering law school, Mark worked as the IT Director for a computer consulting and training firm in Baltimore, Maryland. While in law school, Mark served as an editor for the University of Baltimore Law Review and as a Legal Writing Instructor for first-year law students.

Following law school, Mark completed a judicial clerkship with the Honorable J. Barry Hughes, Associate Judge of the Circuit Court for Carroll County, Maryland, at the end of which Mark moved to Maine with his wife and two young daughters.

Mark is a member of the Maine State Bar Association and the American Bar Association. He is also a member of the John Waldo Ballou American Inn of Court and the Maine Trial Lawyers Association, and has served for the past two years as an attorney coach for Hampden Academy’s mock trial team. Mark lives on a small horse farm in Hampden with his wife and two daughters, with whom he spends most of his free time.

With 31 attorneys specializing in various fields of practice, Rudman Winchell is one of Maine’s oldest and largest full service law firms.

For more information please contact:
Jeff Solari/Manager of Business Development


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