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Vol. 26, No. 11 - Labor & Employment Law

Articles Page #
NH Attorney Featured in Hit Netflix Series1
Survey: Members Seek More Value from Bar in Uncertain Era1
Amid National Legal Ed Slump, UNH Law Rises1
Attention: July 1 Deadline for NH Attorney Licensing1
President’s Perspective: We’ve Come a Long Way… Maybe?2
The Bar Scene3
Opinion: Fellow NH Public Defender Bids a Fond Farewell to Ed Cross... and His Hair4
Opinion: In Spate of Private Student Loan Lawsuits, One Defense Stands Out4
Morning Mail: Some Praise for the 2016 NHBA Midyear Meeting5
Morning Mail: Sad Primary Memory5
Morning Mail: Some Praise for New Hampshire Bar News5
LAW DAY 2016: New Video Series6
Women’s Bar Works with Corrections Staff on ‘Women to Women Project’6
Ethics Corner: Avoiding Ethical Pitfalls in Real Estate Transactions7
Honorary NH Bar Members to Be Recognized at Annual Meeting8
Section Connection9
NH Bar Foundation: Reviving of Foundation Fellows Program Starts with June 1 Event10
NH Bar Foundation: Board Updates Law School Loan Repayment Program10
In Memoriam: Donald C. Crandlemire Jr., Concord11
In Memoriam: Marilyn Billings McNamara11
In Memoriam: Peter E. Jensen, Hampton Falls11
In the News11
Group Project Component of NHBA Leadership Academy Proves Rewarding13
Pro Bono Honor Roll14
Pro Bono Taxpayer Project Gets Federal Funding Increase15
NH Appoints First-Ever Death Penalty Post-Conviction Defense17
Book Review: Lawyer Joke Book Is Quite Portable19
NH Bar Association Welcomes New Members19
Rules Post-Mortem: In Which Rules Really Do Die20
Labor & Employment Law: New Proposed Minimum Salary for ‘White Collar’ Workers Could Mean Big Changes for Employers27
Labor & Employment Law: Do Proposed Changes to Wage Laws Make ‘Cents’ to Employers?27
Labor & Employment Law: US Supreme Court Update: Labor Narrowly Escapes Sharp Reversal28
Labor & Employment Law: NH Supreme Court Holds Individuals Liable for Employment Discrimination29
Labor & Employment Law: Can Watchdog Employees Blow the Whistle?30
Labor & Employment Law: Minimum Wage: To Hike or Not to Hike31
Labor & Employment Law: Bankruptcy Code Provides Protection for Workers32
Labor & Employment Law: NLRA Can Preempt State Law Claims33
Labor & Employment Law: Determining the Accrual Date of a Wrongful Discharge Action34
Labor & Employment Law: EEOC Publishes ‘Best Practices’ for Avoiding Retaliation Claims36
Labor & Employment Law: Not Business as Usual: Peeling Away the Cloak of Pay Secrecy37
Court News: Public Hearing on Debtors’ Prison Rule Proposals in June40
Court News: Goodnow Retires, Leaves Legacy of Professionalism and Compassion40
Court News: Governor Makes Four Judicial Nominations40
Supreme Court At-a-Glance41
Supreme Court Orders43
US District Court Decision Listing45
Bankruptcy Court Opinion Summary45
Superior Court Order45

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