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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

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

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

Kevin O’Shea Serves on NEA’s 2021 – National Heritage Fellowship Selection Panel

For a second year, Sulloway equity member Kevin O’Shea served as a member of the National Endowment for the Arts’ selection panel for the 2021 ... Read more

Kevin O’Shea Selected as 2020 National Endowment for the Arts Heritage Fellowship Panel Member

Sulloway equity member Kevin O’Shea was recently selected to serve as a panel member for the National Endowment of the Arts Heritage Fellowship ... Read more

Liability Waivers in Aviation

The majority rule in the United States favors the enforcement of liability waivers / releases immunizing parties from future liability for their ... Read more

NH Insurance Data Law Goes Into Effect 1/1/20

Governor Sununu recently signed into law SB 194, an act creating RSA 420-P and establishing New Hampshire’s Insurance Data Security Law. Beginning ... Read more

Kevin O’Shea Confirmed to New Hampshire Higher Education Commission

Nominated by Governor Chris Sununu, on May 15, 2019, Kevin O’Shea was confirmed by the Executive Council for a four year term on the New Hampshire ... Read more

No Attorneys’ Fees for Property Owner When ZBA Improperly Refused to Hear Appeal of Code Enforcement Officer’s Decision to Enforce 20-Foot Buffer Requirement

The New Hampshire Supreme Court recently decided that a Superior Court erred when it ordered a town to pay a property owner $30,000 in attorneys’ ... Read more

2016’s Primary Issues for Business

New Hampshire celebrates the 100th anniversary of our state primary on February 9, 2016. Politics aside, the beginning of the year is also an ... Read more