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16Mar, 22

On January 31, 2022, the New Hampshire Federal Court in the case of Leah Wallace v. NH Ball Bearings, Inc. granted summary judgment to the employer New Hampshire Ball Bearings, Inc. against the against the employee Leah Wallace so that she was unable to go to trial on her claims under the American With Disabilities Act (“ADA”), the New Hampshire law against discrimination, ... more

18Feb, 22

Often, when a person dies and owned real estate, that real estate needs to be sold; sometimes it is sold to pay debts of the estate but most often it is sold because the heirs do not want to deal with the real estate and prefer money instead. If you are going to be responsible for dealing with the real estate, first you want to make sure the insurance stays covering the property ... more

20Dec, 21

On October 7, 2021, the New Hampshire federal court in the case of James Saunders, et al v. Shaw's Supermarkets, Inc. issued an Order dismissing Saunders' whole host of claims due to his frustration he was fired from his job at Shaw's after coming into the store while on vacation and berating one of his co-workers on duty who was closing a department for the first time.  ... more

20Oct, 21

In the recent decision of Morris and Morris, the New Hampshire Supreme Court clarified when a step-parent can be awarded parenting time with a step-child.  In Morris, the father had a child for a previous relationship.  He then married the step-mother and had children with the step-mother.  The step-mother, however, never adopted the father’s child.  When ... more