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    Troubh Heisler, PA
    511 Congress Street
    PO Box 9711
    Portland, Maine 04104-5011
    Phone (207) 780-6789
    Fax (207) 774-2339


    Troubh Heisler is a full service law firm with a statewide practice based in Portland and has been MAP's legal partner since 1975.

    We provide a wide range of legal services to meet the diverse needs of our individual and business clients. Using a client-oriented approach, we are committed to providing thorough, efficient, cost-effective legal advice and representation at the highest level of expertise.

    From our Attorneys;

    Dear MAP Member:

    As you know, Troubh Heisler proudly provides legal representation to your Police Union.  This work is performed primarily by Bill McKinley and Dan Felkel.  Additionally, Jon Goodman, a former Portland Police Sergeant, is in his second year with our firm after spending five years at a large Portland law firm.  Jon also represents MAP members and units.

    In addition to representing your Union, we are a full-service law firm, and we would be honored to consult with you and your family on any personal legal matter (at no charge for an initial consultation).  In the event that your question cannot be resolved during that free consultation, we will offer further representation to you at a discount that reflects our strong relationship with law enforcement.  For example, we prepare simple wills for a flat fee of $300.  Many firms charge $1,000 or more for this service. 

    We also have one of the most successful and experienced personal injury groups in the State.  Bill McKinley, for instance, recently won a 3.1 million dollar judgment for a client in Androscoggin County.  Likewise, Dan Felkel is highly respected as a bankruptcy attorney and provides expert financial consultation on debt-related matters.  Jon Goodman has a wide-ranging practice that includes both civil litigation and criminal defense.  Mike Savasuk, who also recently joined the firm, has a unique expertise in maritime and admiralty law.  Other lawyers at our firm have expertise in estate planning, tax matters, real estate, business and commercial law, employment, worker’s compensation, and a number of other areas.  

    In conclusion, we are very pleased to be your lawyer for union-related matters.  We would also be honored to be your personal lawyer.  If we can ever provide you with legal assistance, please do not hesitate to call any of us.

    Very Truly Yours,

    William McKinley

    Daniel Felkel

    Jonathan Goodman

    MAP's Attorney's

    Daniel R. Felkel

    University of Maine School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1989) Boston College (M.A., 1985)
    Assumption College (B.A., magna cum laude, 1981)

    Dan's practice areas include creditor-debtor relations, bankruptcy, commercial litigation and labor law. He is a member of the Maine and Cumberland County Bar Associations, as well as the American Bankruptcy Institute. Dan has been with the Firm since inception and became a director at the Firm in 1997.

    During law school, Dan was a Member and Editor of the Maine Law Review. After graduating from law school in 1989, he was the law clerk for two years for the Honorable James A. Goodman, United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Maine, during which time he was also assigned to the Southern District of New York. He has been involved in one form or another with most of the significant bankruptcy proceedings in Maine in the last decade.

    Dan maintains a regular creditors' rights and collection practice for large and small commercial clients and banks, though he also represents debtors in and out of bankruptcy court. His labor law practice has led him to work on some of the leading cases involving public employer/employee disputes in Maine in recent years. Dan represents various collective bargaining units, including the Maine State Troopers Association, the Maine Association of Police and the Maine State Law Enforcement Association. Dan regularly participates in seminars on varied legal subjects for the bar, the general public and his clients.

    Dan was born in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1959 and has resided in Maine since 1986. He lives with his wife Kelli and their three children in Cumberland, Maine. Though most of his spare time is spent tending to his children, Dan enjoys reading, music, cinema and he participates in several sports.



    William K. McKinley

    University of Maine School of Law (J.D., 1981)
    Boston College (B.A., summa cum laude, 1978)


    Bill is a director in the firm. His practice is focused on civil litigation and labor law. He represents various collective bargaining units including the Maine State Troopers Association, the Maine Association of Police and the Maine State Law Enforcement Association. He is a member of the Maine and Cumberland County Bar Associations.

    Bill was born and raised in Portland and graduated from Deering High School in 1974. While at Boston College he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. On graduating from law school, Bill clerked for the United States Bankruptcy Court in Portland, Maine.

    Bill has substantial experience representing plaintiffs in personal injury litigation. He recently received a 3.1 million dollar judgment for a client in Androscoggin County. He has been elected to the Multi Million Dollar Advocates Forum



    Jonathan M. Goodman

    University of Maine School of Law (JD, 2006)
    University of Southern Maine (M.S. in Adult Education, 2001)
    University of Maine (B.S. in Business Administration, 1991)

    Jon joined Troubh Heisler, PA in 2010. He practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation, criminal defense, and labor and employment. Prior to joining the firm, Jon was a litigator at a large Portland law firm. In that position, Jon successfully defended a town and school department before the Maine Supreme Judicial Court in a legal challenge to the Maine Tort Claims Act, see Searle v. Town of Bucksport, 2010 ME 89; and he prevailed in overturning an audit decision of the Maine Department of Health and Human Services, see Family Crisis Services, Inc. v. Maine Department of Health and Human Services, (Me. Super. December 4, 2009). On behalf of individual clients, Jon has obtained exceptional results for both plaintiffs and defendants in civil court, and he has defended numerous clients against criminal charges in both State and Federal Court.

    Before becoming an attorney, Jon was a Sergeant with the Portland Police Department, where his responsibilities included complex investigations in criminal and employment matters, collective bargaining, and supervising training and development. In 2005, Jon was the recipient of the Robert B. Ganley Public Service Award, the City of Portland's highest employee honor.

    Jon lives in Scarborough with his wife Janel, daughter Eliana, and son Joseph. Jon is also a professional musician, currently performing with Time Pilots, a successful local music group.


    MAP's Founding Legal Partner

    In Memoriam

    William B. Troubh

    Maine School of Law (LL.B., 1962)
    University of Maine (A.B., 1957)

    Bill is a founding director in the firm. He has been practicing law in southern Maine for thirty-seven years, both as a member of the District Attorney's office and in private practice. Bill's practice is concentrated in the representation of individuals and local businesses. He is a member of the Maine and Cumberland County Bar Associations, the Maine Trial Lawyer's Association (former Secretary), and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

    Bill has enjoyed an extensive participation with State government and the City of Portland. As a lifelong resident of Portland, Bill has served in numerous civic and representative capacities, including nine years on the City Council and two terms as Mayor. Bill was instrumental in the development of the Portland Ice Arena and Hadlock Field, home of the Portland Sea Dogs, while the acting Mayor. He was a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives in 1994, and prior to that, served as Chairman of the State's Select Committee for Judicial Appointments and on the Gubernatorial Transition Committee. Bill was elected to The Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999, and now serves as general counsel to the Portland Sea Dogs.

    Bill continues to live in the Portland area with his wife, Nancy. They have four adult sons. He is an avid golfer and member of the Portland Country Club. Bill also served six years as the President of the Eastern League of Professional Baseball.

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