5 Rules For Landlords

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By Attorney Patrick Arnold I signed my first apartment lease around 2001. I took some time to read through the several-page contract. Admittedly, many of the provisions seemed unfamiliar beyond the term of the lease, the rent amount and due date, and the early termination section. Do these notice requirements matter? How about the few lines detailing the landlord’s right … Read More

Book Review: Book of Famous Cases offers Context and Closure

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Originally Featured in NH Bar News Trials of the Century By Mark J. Phillips and Aryn Z. Phillips Prometheus Books (2016) Paperback, 332 pages In Trials of the Century, father-daughter author duo Mark Phillips and Aryn Phillips chronicle the most sensational criminal trial in each decade of the 20th century. Readers may recall closely following a few of these cases … Read More

New Hampshire’s Right-to-Know Law Needs More Work

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Originally Featured in NH Bar News “Government, therefore, should be open, accessible, accountable and responsive. To that end, the public’s right of access to governmental records shall not be unreasonably restricted,” says Part I, Art. 8 of the N.H. Constitution. The Legislature has further articulated that “[o]penness in the conduct of public business is essential to a democratic society.” RSA … Read More

Book Review: A Worthwhile Guide for Start-up and Growth-Phase Firms

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Originally Featured in the NH Bar News While in law school, I was intrigued by the general absence of required coursework on law firm management issues. Where do new practitioners learn how many hours each week should be allocated to marketing and client development? Beyond the professional conduct rules, what are the dos and don’ts of client trust accounting? What … Read More