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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

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

Patrick T. Grene Joins Sulloway & Hollis

Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Patrick Grene to the firm as an Associate. Mr. Grene will provide comprehensive and strategic counsel to clients in ... 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

Daniel E. Granfield Joins Sulloway & Hollis

Sulloway & Hollis welcomes Daniel Granfield to the firm as an Associate. Mr. Granfield received his Juris Doctor from West Virginia University ... Read more

Sulloway Attorneys Selected 2023 Best Lawyers, “Ones to Watch” & Lawyer of the Year

Congratulations to the 18 Sulloway & Hollis attorneys recognized as 2023 Best Lawyers in America® for their respective areas of practice. Since ... Read more

John Gosnell Joins Sulloway & Hollis as Chief Operating Officer

Concord, NH -  Sulloway & Hollis is pleased to announce that John T. Gosnell has joined the firm as Chief Operating Officer, effective August 8, ... Read more

NH Housing Shortage Will Stifle Business & Job Growth

Legal Challenges to Workforce Housing Shortage Will Stifle New Hampshire Business and Job Growth State and Local Governments Working at Cross ... Read more

Developments in the Law: 2021 Real Property Tax Abatement Legislation and Decisions

The New Hampshire Legislature, Supreme Court and Board of Tax and Land Appeals (the “BTLA”) had a busy 2021, passing legislation and issuing a ... Read more

Legal Update: Supreme Court Clarifies Signature Requirements for Property Tax Abatement Applications

The New Hampshire Supreme Court recently affirmed a decision by the Board of Tax and Land Appeals (the “BTLA”), and in doing so provided further ... Read more