10Jul, 19

In New Hampshire, most employees are at will, which means that they or their employer can end the employment relationship with and without notice and/or with and without cause.  There are exceptions based upon certain statutes that protect from firing due to class such as age, race, gender, disability, or actions, whistleblowing, or filing a legitimate worker's compensation ... more

12Jun, 19

A corporation's failure to pay employee's wages could result in the corporate officer or its representative that makes decision personally liable even if a corporation can show that it is suffering from serious cash flow problems. New Hampshire's Wage Statute makes a corporate officer or agent of the corporation that knowingly permits the corporation to fail to pay wages ... more

23May, 19

On August 1, 2017, the Supreme Court answered a unique question concerning the effect of an appeal on property divisions.  In the case of Breagy and Breagy, the trial court issued a Final Decree of Divorce in August 2014.  The wife appealed the Decree of Divorce to the New Hampshire Supreme Court who, in July 2015, affirmed the Decree.  Between August 2014 and July ... more