News & Information
November 1, 2012
U. S. News Media Group and Best Lawyers have released the 2013 "Best Law Firms" rankings and Hage Hodes PA has been listed as a Tier 1 law firm in the category of "Litigation . Intellectual Property" and as a Tier 2 law firm in the category of "Corporate Law".
September 27, 2012
Stephen C. Buckley to present at December 5th Social Security Disability Bootcamp
Stephen C. Buckley has been named one of the National Business Institute (NBI) distinguished faculty to present a basic-to-intermediate level seminar at Executive Court Banquet Center on December 5, 2012. The course is designed to give continuing education credits (CLEs) to other New Hampshire attorneys. It is also suggested that Social Security Disability Representatives, Government Benefits Coordinators, Paralegals, and Social Workers attend. Among Attorney Buckley's qualifications are his memberships in the New Hampshire Bar Association (Municipal Law and Workers' Compensation sections), the Manchester Bar Association, the U.S. District Court Bar, the New Hampshire Association for Justice, and the Workplace Injury Law and Advocacy Group. For more information or to register for this event, call NBI at 800-930-6182. To discuss specific concerns regarding Social Security, disability, or worker's compensation, call Hage Hodes, PA at 603.668.2222.
June 25, 2012
New Hampshire Employers Must Disclose Non-Compete Agreements Prior To Hire
A new New Hampshire State law which takes effect on July 14, 2012, requires Employers to disclose non-compete or non-piracy agreements prior to or concurrent with making an offer of employment to a potential employee or an offer of change in job classification to an existing employee . The law further provides that failure to comply with this provision shall render any such agreement void and unenforceable. If you need any further information regarding the law of non-compete and other employment restrictive covenants under New Hampshire or Massachusetts law, please contact Jamie Hage. email@example.com.
June 1, 2012
Jamie N. Hage to present at June 28 Arts, Culture and the Law Conference
Jamie N. Hage will be part of the panel, "Copyright Issues for Literary and Visual Artists" at the Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012, taking place June 28 at the UNH School of Law in Concord. He will address current copyright issues that face writers and artists based on recent newsworthy reported federal court cases including the President Obama photograph case. Sessions begin with presentations by panelists and are followed by a question-and-answer session with attendees, who come from both the legal and the arts and culture communities. The Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012 is a unique collaboration of partners from the public and private sector: the N.H. Department of Cultural Resources, the N.H. Department of Justice, the N.H. Center for Nonprofits, the N.H. Business Committee for the Arts and the UNH School of Law. To learn more about the Arts, Culture and the Law Conference 2012 and to register, visit www.nh.gov/nhculture.
February 1, 2012
Attorney Douglas J. Miller Joins Hage Hodes Professional Association
Hage Hodes PA is pleased to announce that Douglas J. Miller has joined the firm as a member of its Litigation Group. Mr. Miller's civil litigation practice includes business and commercial disputes, personal injury, professional malpractice, and employment litigation. As a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, he also has extensive criminal trial and appellate practice experience. Prior to joining Hage Hodes, Mr. Miller was a Director and Shareholder of the law firm of Hall, Morse, Anderson, Miller & Spinella, P.C. He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts in New Hampshire, Illinois and Indiana.
December 13, 2011
Deborah Bailin Elected to Board of NH Children's Trust, Inc.
Deborah has been recently elected to the board of NH Children's Trust. Her three year term will begin January 2012. The New Hampshire Children's Trust (NHCT) supports community-based programs that prevent child abuse and neglect through grantmaking and other types of assistance. They said of Attorney Bailin, "You have a wealth of experience and skills that will strengthen our board." Attorney Bailin looks forward to supporting the trust in reaching their mission, "keeping children safe and families strong." Congratulations Deborah!
October 28, 2011
Congratulations to Jamie N. Hage on his recent selection in 2011 Super Lawyers.
Jamie has been included in the November 2011 issue of New England Super Lawyers and has been represented on superlawyers.com
September 27, 2011
Jamie Hage Named “Best Lawyer” in THREE Separate Categories
Jamie N. Hage was selected by his peers for inclusion in the 2012 edition of The Best Lawyers in America in the practice areas of Commercial Litigation, Corporate Law, and Litigation - Intellectual Property. Mr. Hage and other recipients of this honor will be recognized in “New Hampshire Magazine”, the October, 2011 “Top Lawyer” issue.
July 11, 2011
Kathleen Davidson Elected to Board of Directors CHS
Kathleen has recently been elected to the Board of Directors of Child Health Services(CHS) in Manchester, NH. CHS provides medical care and related services to at-risk children and adolescents. Kathleen’s nomination was voted upon by the full CHS Board . They were “impressed with her career accomplishments and interests in matters so compatible with the work of CHS.” The CHS board consists of doctors, dentists, insurance professionals, hospital executives, financial professionals and attorneys. Kathleen is excited to be a part of such a worthwhile organization and to serve the greater Manchester community where she works and lives.
November 11, 2010
State Hospital Settles Suit
A wrongful death suit that addressed the balance between civil rights and the state's role
in providing care for the mentally ill has been settled out of court for $275,000.
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Novemeber 5, 2010
TD Bank Sues BrandPartners Over Loan Deal
TD Bank N.A. has filed suit against the defunct BrandPartners Group Inc. and its top executives to recover almost $3 million allegedly due under the terms of a loan agreement.
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December 1, 2009
Hage Hodes Commercial Online
Hage Hodes has recently put together a new commercial for your viewing pleasure. If you're interested in representation in southern New Hampshire, take a look a this video to get an idea of who you're dealing with. Also take a moment to share it with friends or family interested in legal representation. Happy Holidays!
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November 1, 2009
Hooksett Town Counsel
Hage Hodes was recently selected as new Town Counsel for the Town of Hooksett. As Town Counsel, Hage Hodes will advise the Town and its officials on a variety of matters including labor and employment, real estate, planning and zoning, property tax abatement proceedings, administrative and election law, and will represent the interests of the Town as needed in litigation matters. Hage Hodes also serves as Town Counsel for Hudson, Litchfield and Seabrook and has a long history of providing municipal and regulatory legal services to New Hampshire cities and towns.
Pro Bono Honor Roll
Attorney David Lefevre was selected for the pro bon honor roll for his unselfish dedication and participation in the New Hampshire Bar Association's pro bono program which provides equal access to justice for those less fortunate New Hampshire citizens unable to pay for legal services.
Fall Planning and Zoning Conference
Attorney Stephen Buckley was a panelist and lecturer at the State Planning and Zoning conference held at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, New Hampshire. Attorney Buckley has been practicing New Hampshire Municipal law for more than 23 years, with a special emphasis on zoning and planning. From 1992 until 2005 Attorney Buckley was a member of the Planning Board in the Town of Bow. He presently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission and is also Chairman of the New Hampshire Association of Regional Planning Commissions
July 31, 2007
New Hampshire Bar Association
Jamie N. Hage Elected to IOLTA Grants Committee
May 23, 2005
Commercial Law/Article 9 Uniform Commercial Code. Supreme court victory on behalf of attachment creditor - lead to judgment in excess of $400,000.
May 9, 2005
Non-Competition case. NH Supreme court victory on behalf of employee against former employer ruling that non-competition/non-solicitation clause was unenforceable and affirming award of damages and attorney’s fees of approximately $100,000 against employer.
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