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July 6-9 and 13-16, 2020

Peter C. Felmly
Elek A. Miller


June 17, 2020

Thomas R. Watson
Thomas Watson Awarded the 2020 Civil Justice Award by the New Hampshire Association for Justice

Drummond Woodsum attorney Thomas Watson has been selected to receive the 2020 New Hampshire Association for Justice (NHAJ) Civil Justice Award for his long-term commitment to the foundational goals of NHAJ. This award annually recognizes an individual's outstanding commitment to the improvement and preservation of the American civil justice system.

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HR in the Time of COVID-19

The Employment & Labor Group at Drummond Woodsum invites you to its quarterly complimentary virtual Human Resource gathering via Zoom. The past couple of months have been a roller coaster. Many people are working from home, some employers have had to close their doors and we are all remaining vigilant about our health and the health of those around us. Our upcoming get together will focus navigating the new normal and the effects of Covid-19 on Human Resources issues. 


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Webinar via Zoom

Employment & Labor


Webinar for NH Schools on U.S. DOE Final Title IX Regulations

Please join Drummond Woodsum’s Meghan Glynn and Allen Kropp for an important webinar to discuss the U.S. Department of Education’s new Title IX regulations regarding sexual harassment in K-12 schools. These regulations will take effect on August 14, 2020, and will have a significant impact on schools across New Hampshire.

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Congress Relaxes Key Provisions of the Paycheck Protection Program

On June 5, 2020, the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (the “Act”) became law, overhauling certain aspects of the existing Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”). Below we have highlighted the Act’s revisions of the PPP, which provides increased flexibility to borrowers...

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June 5, 2020


June 3, 2020

Elek A. Miller
Schools Are Seeing A High Volume of Fraudulent Unemployment Claims

As many of you have probably read in the news, Maine is seeing a high volume of fraudulent unemployment claims. Private and public sector employees and employers have been affected, including many school units and their employees. 

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