John H. King, Jr.
Norman, Hanson & DeTroy, L.L.C.
P.O. Box 4600
Portland, ME 04112

Position: Member

TEL: 207-774-7000

FAX: 207-775-0806

Email: Click Here


Admitted: 1981, Maine; U.S. District Court, District of Maine; U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit

Law School: Suffolk University, J.D., cum laude, 1981

College: Middlebury College, B.A., 1974

Birth Date and Place: Rome, New York

Practice Areas: Insurance Defense, Workers Compensation Defense, Civil Litigation, Labor Law for Employers, Employment Law for Employers

Additional Information:  Note Editor, Suffolk University Law Review, 1980-1981. Author: ''Prosecutorial Misconduct: The Limitations Upon the Prosecutor's Role as an advocate,'' 14 Suffolk University Law Review 1095, Summer, 1980. Member, 2001-2006 and Panel Chair, 2003- 2006, Commission Chair (2006) Maine Fee Arbitration Commission.

John King joined Norman Hanson DeTroy in 1982 and developed his practice in both civil litigation and workers’ compensation cases. Now his counsel and representation are primarily focused on insured and self-insured employers, third party administrators and insurance companies in the management of complex employment situations and the resolution of workers’ compensation matters. Many of John’s large self-insured employers operate under collective bargaining agreements which require coordination of Maine and federal statutes and employment rights and obligations under those collective bargaining agreements. John’s counsel assists his clients’ human resource professionals to comply and manage what can become complex problems. Clients also appreciate his particular expertise in the defense of human rights, ADA and labor arbitration claims.

Firm Members: James Poliquin

Firm Members: John Veilleux

Firm Members: Matthew Mehalic

Firm Members: Lance Walker

MoreLaw will market your practice in up to ten counties in your market area for only $50 per month, e.g. criminal, P.I., family, etc. Or, MoreLaw will market you practice anywhere you wish to represent clients in the United States free of charge until a potential new client calls your office via an 800 number owned by MoreLaw that rings to your office and leave a message or talks to you or your receptionist for more than 30 seconds. The phone company will tell MoreLaw when you were called, the number that called and how long the conversation lasted. Then and only then will MoreLaw billed you $50 for the call. This is better than Google!

Call MoreLaw at 918-582-6422 today for more information about MoreLaw's Ten County Monthly Internet Marketing Program.

Click Here To Correct, Update or Expand On This Information Without Charge.

Please call us at 918-582-6422 if you need assistance in correcting, updating or expanding on the information set forth above. There is no charge for listings on MoreLaw that contain complete contact, biographical and contact information about any lawyer.

Find a Lawyer


Find a Case