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Bar Journal - Issue Date: Fall 2004
Annual Survey of New Hampshire Law
Volume 45, Number 3

Articles Page #
Blurred Boundaries and Attorneys' Duty of Loyalty: In Re Guardianship of Henderson6
Membership Organizations as Place of Public Accommodation Under NH's Law Against Discrimination12
State v. Bortner: NH Begins to Develop Law on Immunity and Cooperation Agreements in Criminal Cases16
Ambiguous Language in Communications to Employees Can Deny NH Employers the Benefits of At-Will Status20
Bielagus v. EMRE: NH Rejects Expansion of Traditional Test for Corporate Successor Liability Following an Asset Purchase26
Post-Divorce Assets and the Determination of Child Support32
An Old Conflict: Due process and the demand for efficiency in the administration of Workers' Compensation Appeals - did Appeal of Edward Fay seek the right balance?36
Public Interest Coalition Fellowships: Legal Community Supports Public-Sector Law Internships42
Experiences of Public Interest Coalition Fellows44
Lex Loci: A Survey of New Hampshire Supreme Court Decisions47
Index to NH Bar Journal ~ Vol. 32, No. 1 - Vol. 45, No. 352

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