McLane Middleton, Professional Association
Manchester, New Hampshire OfficeView all offices
City Hall Plaza, 900 Elm Street, P.O. Box 326
Manchester, New Hampshire
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About this office:
With four offices throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts, McLane Middleton is New Hampshire's largest law firm. Ninety attorneys and more than twenty-five legal assistants advise a wide range of domestic and international corporate clients with their legal needs in the greater New England area. Attorneys are licensed in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Arizona, California, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. Our attorneys actively participate in service to the public and to the profession. Current members of the firm have served as Attorney General in New Hampshire, Presidents of the New Hampshire Bar Association and the New England Bar Association and as Secretary of the American Bar Association. The McLane Middleton is a member of TerraLex, the premier international and interstate association of independent law firms.
The firm counts amongst its attorneys a Regent and Fellows of the American Colleges of Trial Lawyers, Real Estate Lawyers, and Trust & Estates Counsel. The most recent edition of The Best Lawyers in America recognizes 32 of the firm's attorneys. The firm also received the highest rating from Chambers and Partners USA in every practice area rated in the state of New Hampshire. Members have drafted legislation, including the Business Corporation and Limited Liability Company Acts of New Hampshire, and are the authors of the State of New Hampshire's Environmental Law Handbook.
Specific Practice & Industry Groups Details:
Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Tax Law; Employment Law; Real Estate; Trusts And Estates; Bankruptcy; Commercial Litigation; Intellectual Property.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Who is Liable for Chip-Based Credit Card Fraud?
Cameron G. Shilling, September 17, 2015
Credit card companies - not retailers or consumers - have historically absorbed the liability for fraudulent credit card transactions. That will change on October 1, 2015. If your business does not use EMV equipped card readers to process credit cards that utilize the new chip technology, then your...
Accommodating a Disabled Employee
Dianne E. Ricardo, June 16, 2015
Q: Our receptionist is out of work due to a back injury. He wants to return to work, but his doctor ordered him not to sit for more than thirty minutes at a time. Instead of asking to stand at his desk, he applied for the available office manager position within our company. He has only been out of...
Know the Law: Summer Employment of High School Students
Amy M. Goodridge, June 1, 2015
Q. I own a small retail business and I would like to hire a few high school students to keep up with my elevated work load during the summer months. Can I follow my normal hiring practices in regards to these under age workers, or are there special requirements I must comply with?
Year Established: 1919
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