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Q: Can I be fired while I’m pregnant? A: Under New Hampshire and Federal law, an employer may not fire an employee because she is pregnant or because she is taking (or has taken) taking maternity leave. However, being pregnant does not protect someone for being fired for other legitimate…

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Limited Representation Attorneys

This blog is intended for informational use only. The information contained herein should not be construed as offering legal advice or a legal opinion. Anyone who has had a need to talk with or employ a lawyer knows that lawyers are not cheap; and the State of New Hampshire continues…

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Non-Compete Agreements

Non-compete agreements are a hot topic.  Non-compete agreements or provisions seek to prevent an employee from competing with a former employer.  Employers consider them necessary to protect the time they have put in training employees and the knowledge acquired by employees.  Employees may consider them unfair where economic times are…

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As social networking sites, such as Facebook, become a commonplace in our interactions between one another, their effect on judicial proceedings become increasingly prevalent. Over 500 million people worldwide login to Facebook each day with a misguided feeling of privacy. Facebook provides an avenue for attorneys to dive into a…

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Is it normal to inform a person that you have made an overt-attempt to obtain information about them?  Has the internet provided a mechanism to legalize stalking?  Or is this behavior simply a sign of the times? The facts are wearisome: fifty million times a day, someone “Google’s” someone else’s…

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We are excited to announce the launch of our highly-anticipated new website. The recently redesigned site will include an updated blog with commentary on legal topics and cases that are of interest to our readers; and resources to help our clients and those in our local community make more informed…

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