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Post date: Posted on: August 27, 2017

In the New Hampshire Bar News, John Willis gives a refresher on the various types of easements. 

Tags: Contracts, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property
Post date: Posted on: August 9, 2017

In the New Hampshire Bar News, Nina Dow takes a quick look at powers of appointment and powers of attorney.

Tags: Administrative Law, Agency, Fiduciary Duties, Taxation, Trust Law, Wills & Estates
Post date: Posted on: April 30, 2017

In the New Hampshire Bar News, Terri Pastori examines rights and regulations regarding political discussions in private workplaces.

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment
Post date: Posted on: April 29, 2017

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) recently created a free speech resources page for faculty members, so that they can access and utilize FIRE’s uniq

Tags: Constitutional Law, Consumer Protection, Fiduciary Duties
Post date: Posted on: April 2, 2017

After citing with approval Francis Pileggi's analysis of the Delaware Supreme Court's split decision (4-1, with CJ Strine dissenti

Tags: Commercial Transactions, Contracts, Corporations
Post date: Posted on: February 24, 2017

Alternative entities such as limited partnerships and limited liability companies are creatures of contract, so the first place to look for standards governing dissolution is the applicable LLC agreement or partnership agreement.[1]  The

Tags: Alternative Business Entities, Contracts, Equity / Chancery, Limited Liability Companies, Partnerships
Post date: Posted on: February 19, 2017

In a short video on the Federalist Society website, Glenn Reynolds explains how “the basis for extraterrestrial property rights is essentially natural law.”

Tags: Administrative Law, Commerce, Commercial Transactions, International Law, Legal Theory, Real Estate / Real Property, Technology & Law
Post date: Posted on: February 6, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Brad Cook summarizes what “right to work” would mean for New Hampshire now that it is a realistic possibility with a Republican governor and Republicans

Tags: Administrative Law, Contracts, Labor and Employment, Legislation
Post date: Posted on: January 26, 2017

In the New Hampshire Business Review, Beth Deragon discusses an employer’s obligations under federal and New Hampshire law when closing a business early or for an entire day because of the weather.

Tags: Administrative Law, Labor and Employment, Legislation

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