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5Apr, 21

In 2003, the Supreme Court, in the case of In re: Blanchflower, defined adultery as sexual intercourse between persons of the opposite sex.  On April 1, 2021, the Supreme Court overruled Blanchflower and reinterpreted the term adultery to include sexual intercourse between a married person and someone other than the person's spouse regardless of the sex or gender. In ... more

1Feb, 21

The Capitol riot at the beginning of this month prompted social media to terminate the accounts of President Trump, most notably his Twitter account.  In response, several critics, including the President, stated that this was a unprecedented assault on free speech.  The First Amendment puts restrictions on the government’s ability to regulate free speech, but not that ... more

28Dec, 20

When employees resign or are fired from employment, that is often the time that they may challenge their prior compensation or benefits, whether out of spite, greed or often because there is ambiguity. It is important to put employment terms in writing. Under New Hampshire Wage and Hour laws, all employment compensation and benefits must be in writing and provided to the employee.  ... more