Eaton Peabody Announces New Shareholders

The law firm of Eaton Peabody is very pleased to announce that attorneys Kady S. Huff and Patrick W. Lyons were made shareholders of Eaton Peabody at the firm’s Annual Shareholders Meeting. David Austin, the firm’s President said, “Kady and Patrick consistently demonstrate their commitment to the firm’s core values day in and out. I am very proud to call Kady and Patrick my partners and I am confident they will continue to be an important part of our firm for years to come.”

Kady S. Huff is a Shareholder in Eaton Peabody’s Litigation Practice Group based in the firm’s Bangor office. Kady has general litigation experience covering a diverse range of practice areas.

Kady represents clients in contested probate, real estate, commercial, and landlord and tenant disputes, and has significant experience litigating family law cases. Kady regularly represents clients charged with misdemeanor and felony offenses under Maine law, and has assisted in the defense of maritime personal injury claims. Kady has experience with commercial business disputes, debt collection matters, and disputes involving closely held businesses, family trusts, and residential real estate problems. Kady has litigated in all Maine courts, both state and federal, and has experience with many of the local courts throughout Maine’s Probate Court system.

Patrick W. Lyons is a Shareholder in Eaton Peabody’s Economic Development and Environmental Practice Groups based out of the firm’s Ellsworth office. Patrick focuses on land use, municipal, and environmental law and permitting, representing clients before Maine courts and in local, state, and federal proceedings. He serves as legal counsel for a number of Maine municipalities, advising them on general administration, economic development, zoning, ordinance drafting, and enforcement actions, among other issues.

In addition, Patrick works with a number of businesses in Maine’s aquaculture industry, advising on issues such as permitting, compliance, contracts, and litigation. He also counsels cannabis businesses and municipalities on Maine’s adult use and medical marijuana laws.