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Barbara O’Donnell to Present at Upcoming PLRB Conference

Sulloway Member Barbara O'Donnell will present at the PLRB 2023 Claims Conference, March 19-22 in Orlando FL. Joining Barabara will be Sarannah ... Read more

NLRB ruling makes offering severance agreements with confidentiality and nondisparagement provisions unlawful 

Employers beware!  On February 21, 2023, the National Labor Relations Board (Board) declared that severance agreements containing confidentiality ... Read more

Iryna N. Dore elected as Associate Member

Sulloway & Hollis is pleased to announce that Iryna N. Dore has been elected as Associate Member at the firm. Ms. Dore’s practice focuses on ... Read more

Alexander G. Henlin elected to the firm’s Executive Committee

Sulloway & Hollis is pleased to announce that Alexander G. Henlin has been elected to the firm’s Executive Committee.  Mr. Henlin is a member ... Read more

Robin Smith joins Sulloway & Hollis

Robin Smith joins Sulloway & Hollis as an Insurance Coverage Paralegal. Providence, RI – December 2022: Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Robin ... Read more

Project Snow Angel Campaign Delivers Cold-Weather Clothing to 3 Concord Primary Schools.

Sulloway Attorney Rose Marie Joly recently completed a Project Snow Angel campaign to purchase and deliver new cold-weather clothing to 3 Concord ... Read more

Sulloway & Hollis Provides Pro Bono Support to Local Non-Profit

Concord, NH – November 21, 2022: Sulloway & Hollis provides pro bono support to people and organizations whose work aligns with our values, ... Read more

Insurance Coverage Update: Fortuitous v. Faulty

Fortuitous Accidents & Faulty Workmanship: Intervening Events Can Trigger Coverage for Damage to Non-defective Property and Related Delay Damages ... Read more

Sulloway & Hollis recognized as a 2023 “Best Law Firm”

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers announce the 2023 “Best Law Firms” rankings. Concord, New Hampshire / Boston, Massachusetts - ... Read more

Legal Update: New York City’s “Fast-Food Just Cause law”

New York City’s “Fast-Food Just Cause law” is backed by 14 States at the US Second Circuit Court of Appeals. The United States Court of ... Read more