The “NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance” in New Hampshire Bar News summarizes recent NH Supreme Court decisions.
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Tyler Ray Is Branching Out
PRACTITIONER PROFILE By Kathie Ragsdale After 15 years of practicing business law, Tyler Ray has come up with a strategy to combine his professional and personal aspirations — and help struggling rural communities in New Hampshire’s North Country in the process. The Conway-based attorney has launched a new business, Backyard Concept LLC, with a goal […]
2019 Bruce Friedman Pro Bono Award to Thomas A. Fredenburg
Getman, Schulthess, Steere & Poulin, P.A., seeks a full-time attorney with preferably 5 years of litigation experience, and insurance defense familiarity. Must be admitted to the NH Bar with admission to the Maine, Massachusetts or Vermont Bar a plus. Please e-mail cover letter, writing sample, resume and references to Administrator at email@example.com. All inquiries held […]
NH law firm seeks attorney with 5 or more years of experience in general civil practice areas with concentration on real estate, business, probate, estate planning, municipal matters as well as general civil and criminal litigation. NH and ME licensed preferred. The right candidate could have the unique opportunity of becoming a partner and eventually […]
NEBA Program - New England Lawyers Assistance Programs
Who We Are and What We Do A panel discussion with directors from the New England Lawyer Assistance Programs from Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont for program introduction and importance to the legal community.
NEBA Program - The New and Evolving Legal Marketplace
NEBA Program - Changing the Culture of Mental Health
It’s Way Past Time Dartmouth-Hitchcock’s R.E.A.C.T. Mental Health Awareness Campaign provides individuals throughout New Hampshire and Vermont with tips about how to deal with signs of emotional suffering and with resources for support and help. The R.E.A.C.T campaign was developed to provide clear next steps to take when someone sees some, or all, of the […]
NEBA Program - The State of Attorney Well-Being
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The Manchester School District is accepting proposals for: LEGAL SERVICES. Bids are to be received by Monday, October 21, 2019 at 10:00 AM EST at the Manchester School District, 20 Hecker Street, Manchester, NH 03102. A copy of the RFP can be accessed at the main Manchester School District web page http://www.mansd.org and choosing the […]
PT/FT for Concord law firm. Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. seeks candidates with experience in personal injury, excellent word processing and organizational skills and an ability to work independently. Please send resume in confidence to denise@nhlawoffice or mail to Denise Ehmling, Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C., 14 South Street, Concord, NH 03301.
Family Law Paralegal
Russman Law Offices – Exeter law firm seeks an experienced full-time family law paralegal to join our team immediately. The ideal candidate should have the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced and growing environment, and has familiarity in both the family law practice and with billable hours. Please forward your resume and cover letter to […]
test supreme court at a glance
Denis Girard & a. v. Town of Plymouth
Planning Board No. 2018-0495 August 30, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court correctly upheld the town planning board’s decision denying the plaintiffs’ application. The plaintiffs owned an undeveloped parcel of land with four co-owners. The plaintiffs sought to subdivide the property in to a southerly 50-acre parcel with an existing access way, to which the […]
Appeal of Wayne Preve (New Hampshire Department of Labor)
New Hampshire Department of Labor No. 2018-0675 August 22, 2019 Affirmed The petitioner filed a complaint against an attorney arising out of an alleged incident between the attorney and the town police department. The complaint included, among other things, unredacted data relating to the attorney and his family in the police department’s computer database such […]
The State of New Hampshire v. James Castine
Sufficiency of Evidence/Sentencing No. 2018-0441 August 21, 2019 Affirmed A confidential informant made three controlled buys of drugs at the defendant’s premises. The plaintiff was subsequently arrested, charged, and found guilty on three drug charges. The defendant was sentenced to two consecutive sentences of 7½ to 15 years on the first two drug convictions and […]
Automated Transactions, LLC & a. v. American Bankers Association & a.
Defamation No. 2018-0198 August 16, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court properly dismissed the plaintiff’s claims for defamation at the motion to dismiss stage. The plaintiff received an ATM-related patent in 2005. He subsequently formed a company to serve as the exclusive licenser of his patent. The plaintiff began offering patent licenses and bringing infringement […]
James G. Boyle, Individually And As Trustee & a. v. Mary Christine Dwyer
Defamation No. 2018-0517 August 16, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court properly dismissed the plaintiff’s claims for defamation at the motion to dismiss stage. The plaintiff alleged the defendant, who was running for re-election to the Portsmouth City Council, made defamatory statements about the plaintiff in response to a candidate survey that was subsequently published […]
The State of New Hampshire v. Jonathan Folds
Suppression/Armed Career Criminal Statute No. 2018-0029 August 8, 2019 Affirmed in part; reversed in part; and remanded Whether the trial court erred by granting the defendant’s motion to suppress evidence of a firearm and a motion to dismiss two indictments that alleged he violated the armed career criminal statute. The police obtained a search […]
In The Matter of Steven Summers And Christine Summers
Parenting Plan No. 2018-0264 August 6, 2019 Affirmed Whether Circuit Court properly modified parents’ parenting plan. Mother and Father filed for divorce in January 2014. The court entered a temporary parenting plan, which awarded the parties joint decision-making responsibility for their children with roughly equal parenting time. Father filed emergency motions to suspend Mother’s parenting […]
James M. Virgin v. Fireworks of Tilton, LLC & a
DeBenedetto No. 2018-0526 August 6, 2019 Interlocutory Appeal Without Ruling By Trial Court • Whether RSA 507:7-E (2010) applies to claims for personal injuries that allege a breach of the implied warranty of merchantability under RSA 382-A:2-314 (2011), thus permitting a named defendant to apportion fault to a non-litigant. The plaintiff filed an action against […]
Petition of The State of New Hampshire, No. 2018-0601
Juvenile Delinquency/Statutory Interpretation No. 2018-0601 August 6, 2019 Affirmed Whether the trial court erred in determining that the Office of the Attorney General’s investigatory records pertaining to a juvenile delinquency proceeding brought under RSA 169-B are subject to the confidentiality provisions contained therein. In 2017, the Office of the Attorney General (AGO), along […]
John C. Rankin v. South Street Downtown Holdings, Inc.; South Street Downtown Holdings, Inc. v. Truexcullins and Partners Architects & a.
Statute of Repose No. 2018-0604 August 6, 2019 Interlocutory Transfer Without Ruling By Trial Court Whether RSA 508:4-b, the statute of repose, applies to and bars a third party action by a defendant property owner for indemnity and/or contribution against architects involved in the design of a premises that the first party plaintiff alleged was […]