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Bar News - October 18, 2017


Coming & Going

MaryDylis Anderson has joined Pierce Atwood in the firm’s patent practice. She will focus on patent prosecution and counseling.

Andrew Dean has joined Cooper Cargill Chant. He will focus on all aspects of commercial real estate transactions and represents clients with corporate formation and the purchase of business interests.

Bridget Denzer and Meaghan Jepsen have joined Ransmeier & Spellman. Denzer is working with the litigation and civil practice groups in the Alton office. Jepsen is working with the litigation and real estate practice groups in the Concord office.

Elizabeth Hunt has joined Murray Plumb & Murray with over 30 years of experience in estate and tax planning, probate, and trust administration.

The Manchester immigration law firm formerly known as LawServe, has changed its name to Mesa Law. Enrique Mesa, George Bruno and Lina Shayo provide a variety of immigration law services.

Karolyn McCauley has joined Shaheen & Gordon as part of the firm’s health law team. Her practice focuses on ensuring that health-care organizations, providers, and administrators stay compliant with state and federal regulations.

Patrick Queenan has joined Sheehan Phinney in the litigation department. His practice focuses on civil, administrative and criminal litigation before state and federal courts and administrative agencies.

Weston Sager has joined Gallagher, Callahan & Gartrell. His practice will focus on civil litigation, land use and business law.


To submit announcements for inclusion in “Coming & Going,” please email Donna Parker. Items will be included as space permits.

Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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