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Bar News - Issue Date:
Vol. 27, No. 2

Articles Page #
Legacy in the Law: Intergenerational Law Firms Unite Past, Present and Future1
NH Bar: A Year in Review1
Bar Governance: Access to Justice Commission Members Visit Bar Board2
Board Perspective: Add Your Perspective as the Bar Marches Forward2
The Bar Scene3
Access to Justice: NH’s Citizens in Crisis4
Museum of Tort Law: A Place Only a Lawyer Could Truly Love4
Opinion: New Hampshire’s Right-to-Know Law Needs More Work5
Honorary Members Reflect on 50 Years of Law Practice8
Section Connection: NH Bar Association Sections Elect New Officers9
Section Connection: New Sections Coordinator Appointed9
NH Bar Foundation News: New Spirit Animates NH Bar Foundation Fellows Program10
In Memoriam: Mary Theresa Pilkington-Casey11
In Memoriam: John J. “Jack” Zimmerman Jr.11
In the News11
In Memoriam: Robert Bickford “Bob” Donovan11
Online Tools Speed Pace of Attorney License Renewals12
NHMCLE Compliance Tips: Got Minutes?13
Pro Bono Honor Roll14
NHBA Pro Bono Program Receives Federal Funds to Help Victims15
Dover Attorney Freddy Catalfo Left an Indelible Impression16
Book Review: Brooks Offers Thought-Provoking Exploration of Moral Character20
BIA Committee Chair Explains LLC Act Amendments21
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Practical Solutions that Address Bankruptcy Clients’ Major Fears26
Ethics Opinion: Client File Retention: Guidance for NH Attorneys28
NH Bar Association Welcomes New Members30
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Justice Scalia’s Lasting Impact on Criminal Law32
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: The Red Sox, Mr. Ritz, and Fraudulent Transfers32
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Federal Employment Law: Debating Green v. Brennan33
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Surrender: Don’t Give Your Home Away34
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Federal E-Discovery Rule Amendments: What You Need to Know35
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: Practical Solutions that Address Bankruptcy Clients’ Major Fears36
Federal Practice & Bankruptcy: No Plans Yet for US Trustees to Move to Concord38
Court News: Courts to Request More Judicial Staffing and Caseload Study39
Court News: J-ONE Project Aims to Integrate NH’s Criminal Justice System39
Supreme Court At-a-Glance40
Supreme Court Orders43
US Bankruptcy Court Opinion Summary44
NH Supreme Court Attorney Discipline Office44
US District Court Decision Listing45

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