Scott E. Herrick

Partner

(207) 774-0317

Scott Herrick is a Maine transactional lawyer with 15 years of experience.  He handles real estate and business transactions, including business and property acquisitions and sales, commercial lending, commercial leasing, and title insurance.
 
From car dealerships, campgrounds, dairy farm milk assignments, and sporting goods stores, to home sales and real estate development, Scott has successfully assisted clients with their business and real estate needs.

Practice Areas 

  • Banking and Commercial Transactions
  • Business and Corporate Law
  • Commercial Leasing
  • Real Estate and Development
  • Title Insurance

Experience

Scott began working at Drummond and Drummond in 2000.  Scott’s practice is focused in commercial
transactions, lender representation, real estate and development, commercial leasing and title insurance.

About Scott

Scott grew up in southern Maine, went away to college at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, and decided to settle down in his home state.  He and his wife live in Gorham, Maine with their young family and 3 dogs.
While in school, Scott was an NCAA Division III All American Swimmer for Johns Hopkins.

Community Involvement

  • Westbrook Planning Board (2006 to 2012)
  • Cumberland County YMCA Board (2001-2010), Executive Board (2008-2009)

Education

  • University of Maine School of Law, J.D. (1996)
  • The Johns Hopkins University, B.A., History (1992)

Bar Admissions

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • Maine
  • U.S. District Court, District of Maine

Professional Memberships

  • Maine Bar Association
  • Cumberland County Bar Association

News

3/12/2015 - Employment Law Update 2015

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