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Beginner’s Guide to Estate Planning

Beginner’s Guide to Estate Planning What Is an Estate Plan?  An estate plan ensures that your affairs are handled exactly the way you want ... Read more

New Hampshire’s Land Use Review Docket

A Comprehensive Overview of RSA 491:7-b In response to the increasing need for a streamlined approach to address the state's complex land use cases, ... Read more

Sulloway & Hollis recognized as a 2024 Best Law Firm

Best Lawyers announce the 2024 Best Law Firms rankings. Concord, New Hampshire / Boston, Massachusetts – Sulloway & Hollis, P.L.L.C. has once ... Read more

Guidance for Practitioners:
Testamentary Capacity and Undue Influence

In probate litigation, contestants frequently seek to invalidate estate planning documents on the grounds that the decedent lacked capacity and/or ... Read more

Kevin O’Shea Reappointed to NH Higher Education Commission

Kevin M. O’Shea was nominated by Governor Chris Sununu and unanimously confirmed by the Executive Council for a second four-year term on the New ... Read more

Successful Defense Verdict Achieved by Sulloway Attorneys Beth Catenza and Paula Domanski

Sulloway & Hollis Member Beth Catenza and Associate Paula Domanski secured a defense verdict in a demanding four-day medical malpractice jury ... Read more

Dana K. Goss Joins Sulloway & Hollis

Concord, NH - September 7, 2023: Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Dana Goss to the firm as an Associate. Ms. Goss will provide comprehensive and ... Read more

Jeffrey R. Wasson Joins Sulloway & Hollis

Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Jeffrey Wasson to the firm as an Associate. Mr. Wasson will provide comprehensive and strategic counsel to clients in ... Read more

Sulloway Attorneys Selected 2024 Best Lawyers, Ones to Watch & Lawyers of the Year

Congratulations to the 22 Sulloway & Hollis attorneys recognized as 2024 Best Lawyers in America® for their respective practice areas. Three ... Read more

The NLRB elevates scrutiny of workplace handbooks.

Last week the National Labor Relations Board (“NLRB”) significantly increased the burden on employers by adopting a new legal standard for ... Read more