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13Jul, 20

On July 10, 2020, the New Hampshire Supreme Court, in the case of In re: Kamil, issued an order that could have far-reaching implications in contested custody hearings.  In Kamil the wife was allowed supervised contact with her children.  However, she would need to demonstrate to the satisfaction of a mental health professional that she first acquired the skills ... more

9Jul, 20

Under certain circumstances, contracts that create an agency relationship such as a real estate broker agreement may end at the death of the property owner. The Massachusetts Appeals Court in the case of Newton Centre Realty, Inc. v. David R. Jaffe, Personal Representative, in June 2020, decided that a real estate broker, who had an exclusive listing agreement to real ... more

8Jun, 20

While New Hampshire is reopening for business, employees will obviously discuss the COVID-19 pandemic.  Many of the protocols put in place are frustrating to employees, such as the answering of questions, temperature taking, and in some circumstances the requirement to wear facemasks. However, employers are merely following through with governmental directives.  This pandemic ... more