New Hampshire law makes a business accountable if it serves alcohol to an obviously intoxicated person. In New Hampshire, this legal protection is found in a statute: RSA 507-F “Alcoholic Beverage Licensee Liability.” Such a legal proceeding is commonly referred to as a “Dram Shop” action. The protections provided by this law often come into
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The New Hampshire Legislature has enacted changes in the New Hampshire alimony law, effective January 1, 2019, that will be far reaching and important. The change is made necessary by the change in the federal law that takes alimony out from the status of being a deductible expense for the payor and makes payment of
We live in a world where innovation is constant. We hear about self-driving cars, personal and private data that is stored in a “cloud” that we cannot see, and financial transactions are made largely without the use of currency. What do these changes mean with respect to personal injury cases in the years to come?
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The Superior Court system in New Hampshire has been several years in implementing a Felonies First criminal program. This space has written about the proposed change in the past. It has finally come into being. Essentially, the program does away with the probable cause hearing process and sends felonies to the Superior Court for first