Christopher C. Taub is Maine’s chief deputy attorney general. He has litigated numerous cases in state and federal court in matters involving federal civil rights laws, employment discrimination, federal environmental laws, the Maine Tort Claims Act, the First Amendment, federal preemption, the Freedom of Access Act, breach of contract, the Americans With Disabilities Act and Medicaid law. Taub represented the respondent, A. Pender Makin, in Carson v. Makin.
|Categories||Church & state, education, Government & politics, Law & courts|
|Locations||Maine, North America, United States of America|