Bar News - April 19, 2017
Coming & Going
Gordon MacDonald, a former partner at Nixon Peabody and a resident of Deering, was unanimously confirmed by the Governor and Executive Council on April 5 as the next Attorney General for the State of New Hampshire.
The 19-attorney Upper Valley office of Downs Rachlin Martin has moved to the Gateway I building at 67 Etna Road in Lebanon. The relocation comes nearly 10 years after attorneys at the former Daschbach, Csatari & Young formed a combined practice with DRM in the Upper Valley.
Former NH Supreme Court Chief Justice and UNH Law School dean John Broderick has accepted the position of senior director for public affairs at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon. Dartmouth-Hitchcock says Broderick will advocate on behalf of the hospital to policymakers and business and community leaders in the region.
Jennifer de Lyon Stralka has joined Rath Young Pignatelli as an associate supporting the business, environmental, energy and real estate practice areas of the firm.
Sabrina Dunlap has joined Hinckley Allen’s corporate and business practice.
Black, Vitelli & Pennock and Barbra I. Black welcome David C. Tencza as of counsel and Ivanna Boychuck as an associate. The firm has relocated its Nashua office to 61 Spit Brook Road, Suite 407.
Kristen Lang has joined Loginov & Associates. Her practice focuses on trademark, copyright, and IP transactions.
Faye Goldberg has joined Shaheen & Gordon. Her practice focuses primarily in the area of family law, including divorce, legal separation, parenting rights and responsibilities and post-divorce matters.
Matthew Serge is a new shareholder at Drummond Woodsum. He advises towns and cities on a wide range of issues.
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