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Bar News - August 15, 2008


NH Supreme Court Orders

ADM-2008-0046
In the Matter of William E. Conner

On May 21, 2008, the court granted William E. Conner an extension of time to complete the minimum continuing legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007. The order stated that Attorney Conner was required to complete the required credits by June 30, 2008, "without further extension." On July 1, 2008, Attorney Conner filed a status report and further request in which he advised the court that he had not completed the required credits by June 30, 2008, and in which he requested a further extension of time. Attorney Conner’s request for a further extension of time to complete the minimum continuing legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, is denied.

William E. Conner is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Mr. Conner is ordered to notify his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 11, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Wednesday, July 30, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr.

Conner’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Mr. Conner’s clients. The court hereby requires that Mr. Conner’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 9, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0048, In the Matter of Robert J. Consavage

On May 19, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Robert J. Consavage to file his certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Robert J. Consavage has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought himself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Robert J. Consavage is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Mr. Consavage is ordered to notify his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Friday, August 8, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Monday, July 28, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Consavage’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Mr. Consavage’s clients. The court hereby requires that Mr. Consavage’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, and Galway, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 8, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0079, In the Matter of
Seth L. Shortlidge

On May 7, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Seth L. Shortlidge to file his certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Seth L. Shortlidge has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought himself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Seth L. Shortlidge is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Mr. Shortlidge is ordered to notify his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Friday, August 8, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Monday, July 28, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Shortlidge’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Mr. Shortlidge’s clients. The court hereby requires that Mr. Shortlidge’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 8, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0080, In the Matter of
Angela M. Steadman

On May 7, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Angela M. Steadman to file her certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Angela M. Steadman has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought herself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Angela M. Steadman is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Ms. Steadman is ordered to notify her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Friday, August 8, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Monday, July 28, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. Steadman’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Ms. Steadman’s clients. The court hereby requires that Ms. Steadman’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 8, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0081, In the Matter of Bradley Ames Stolzer

On May 7, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Bradley Ames Stolzer to file his certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Bradley Ames Stolzer has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought himself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Bradley Ames Stolzer is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Mr. Stolzer is ordered to notify his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Friday, August 8, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Monday, July 28, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Stolzer’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Mr. Stolzer’s clients. The court hereby requires that Mr. Stolzer’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 8, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0083
In the Matter of Melanie J. Strigel

On May 9, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Melanie J. Strigel to file her certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Melanie J. Strigel has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought herself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Melanie J. Strigel is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Ms. Strigel is ordered to notify her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Friday, August 8, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Monday, July 28, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. Strigel’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Ms. Strigel’s clients. The court hereby requires that Ms. Strigel’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at his expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 8, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0083

In the Matter of Melanie J. Strigel

On July 8, 2008, this court issued an order, in accordance with Rule 53.7(A)(3), suspending Melanie J. Strigel from the practice of law in New Hampshire for failing to file her certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and for failing to pay $450 in delinquency fees.

The Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board has advised the court that Melanie J. Strigel has now complied with the minimum continuing legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and that she has paid the delinquency fees assessed. It has filed a motion requesting that Melanie J. Strigel be reinstated to the practice of law.

The motion to reinstate Melanie J. Strigel to the practice of law is granted. Melanie J. Strigel is hereby reinstated to the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0068
In the Matter of Eileen Rose O’Donnell

On May 5, 2008, this court issued an order requiring Eileen Rose O’Donnell to file her certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Eileen Rose O’Donnell has neither responded to the show cause order, nor brought herself into compliance with Supreme Court Rule 53.7(A)(3).

Eileen Rose O’Donnell is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire.

Ms. O’Donnell is ordered to notify her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. O’Donnell’s files and to take action to protect the interests of Ms. O’Donnell’s clients. The court hereby requires that Ms. O’Donnell’s trust accounts and other financial records be audited at her expense.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0097

In the Matter of Christopher T. Walsh

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of his 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of his suspension, Christopher T. Walsh is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Mr. Walsh is ordered to notify all of his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Walsh’s files and to take action to protect the interests of his clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0098

In the Matter of Helaine Beth Roberts

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of her 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of her suspension, Helaine Beth Roberts is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Ms. Roberts is ordered to notify all of her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. Robert’s files and to take action to protect the interests of her clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0100

In the Matter of Stephen H. Faberman

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of his 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of his suspension, Stephen H. Faberman is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Mr. Faberman is ordered to notify all of his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Faberman’s files and to take action to protect the interests of his clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0101,
In the Matter of Robert C. Martell

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of his 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of his suspension, Robert C. Martell is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Mr. Martell is ordered to notify all of his clients in writing that he has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that he has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Mr. Martell’s files and to take action to protect the interests of his clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0102
In the Matter of Elizabeth A. Keane

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of her 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of her suspension, Elizabeth A. Keane is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Ms. Keane is ordered to notify all of her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. Keane’s files and to take action to protect the interests of her clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0103
In the Matter of Lynn M. Flury

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of her 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of her suspension, Lynn M. Flury is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

This suspension is in addition to the suspension imposed on June 9, 2008, in ADM-2008-0053, In the Matter of Lynn M. Flury, for failure to comply with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0064
In the Matter of Charles D. Mills

On April 24, 2008, the court issued an order requiring Charles D. Mills to file his certificate of compliance with the minimum legal education requirements for the reporting year ending June 30, 2007, and to pay the late fees assessed, or be suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire. Attorney Mills filed a response to the order requesting an extension of time to complete the requirements and a waiver of the late fees. On June 3, 2008, the court granted Attorney Mills an extension to June 30, 2008 to complete the requirements and to file proof with the court that he had done so. The order stated that no further extension would be granted. Attorney Mills has not filed proof that he completed the continuing legal education requirements by June 30, 2008, as required by the court’s order.

Charles D. Mills is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire for failing to comply with the requirements of Rule 53 and failing to pay late fees assessed. This suspension is in addition to the suspension imposed on February 8, 2008, in ADM-2008-0003, In the Matter of Charles D. Mills, for failure to file his annual trust accounting certificate of compliance and to pay fees assessed for late filing.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0104
In the Matter of Charles D. Mills

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of his 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of his suspension, Charles D. Mills is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

This suspension is in addition to the suspensions imposed on February 8, 2008, in ADM-2008-003, In the Matter of Charles D. Mills, for failure to file his 2007 annual trust accounting certificate and to pay fees assessed for late filing and on July 24, 2008, in ADM-2008-0064, In the Matter of Charles D. Mills, for failing to comply with the requirements of Rule 53 and failing to pay late fees assessed.

Broderick, C.J., and Dalianis, Duggan, Galway and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
ISSUED: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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ADM-2008-0099
In the Matter of Bryn Nadia Mayr

Having been suspended from the New Hampshire Bar Association for nonpayment of her 2007/2008 bar dues and not having been reinstated within six months of her suspension, Bryn Nadia Mayr is hereby suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire in accordance with the provisions of Supreme Court Rule 42A.

Ms. Mayr is ordered to notify all of her clients in writing that she has been suspended from the practice of law in New Hampshire and to notify the court by Monday, August 25, 2008, that she has completed this task. On or before Tuesday, August 12, 2008, the Attorney Discipline Office shall advise the court if it believes that an attorney should be appointed to make an inventory of Ms. Mayr’s files and to take action to protect the interests of her clients.

Broderick, C.J., and, Dalianis, Duggan, Galway, and Hicks, JJ., concurred.
Date: July 24, 2008
ATTEST: Eileen Fox, Clerk

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