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Your Electronic Devices May Be Used as Evidence For years now, judges have been considering evidence gathered from social media accounts, such as Facebook, Instagram and even dating sites like Tinder. We have also all heard about the requests for information from phones or Apple’s battle regarding the release of…

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Safely Having Fun New Hampshire

New Hampshire is a great place to have some outdoor fun.  Depending on the season, you may enjoy hiking, boating, snowmobiling, or perhaps cross-country skiing.  The Thanksgiving storm was an early reminder of the outdoor activities available in the winter. A new law takes effect on January 1, 2015, which…

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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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In the last year, 61% of new claims filed in the courts in New Hampshire were filed by “pro se” or self represented parties. So why hire an attorney? The most obvious reason is that attorneys know the law. That may sound cliché but often cases are won or lost…

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