Two well-known law firms with a history of serving many of New Hampshire’s towns, cities, counties and school districts will combine their practices in January 2019. Gardner Fulton & Waugh PLLC will be merging into Drummond Woodsum to create a single team with greater depth and resources to meet the needs of New Hampshire municipal and school clients.
Drummond Woodsum will be back in court on Wednesday, November 7th, seeking an order compelling the Commissioner to implement the rest of the statute, including affirmatively working with the federal government to obtain plan approval, adopting a rule making the new group eligible for benefits, and beginning to enroll people in the program, which should have occurred by July 2nd.
During a 30-minute public hearing, attorney Hannah King of Drummond Woodsum, representing four of the applicants, asked the moratorium be amended to remove testing and extraction facilities from consideration as those are already covered by state law.
Earlier this month the U.S. Navy Reserve selected its commanding officers for the next two years. Unit commanding officers are chosen by a selection board from a nationwide pool of eligible officers. Among the officers choosen for command ...
Drummond Woodsum is pleased to announce that David Backer, Practice Group Leader for its Trust and Estate Planning practice, has been recognized by the 2018 Chambers High Net Worth Guide (“Chambers HNW Guide”) for Private Wealth Law.
On August 16, 2018 a jury in Waldo County Superior Court ruled in favor of the Town of Montville after a four day trial in a case in which a town resident was injured by the collapse of a large sand pile in the town’s sand shed.