Top Acworth Employment Law -- Employer Lawyers - New Hampshire

  • Established in 1959, the law firm of Cleveland, Waters and Bass, P.A. offers sound legal counsel to businesses of all types concerning matters related to various transactions, contract disputes and other legal challenges. Our New London law office caters to those in Merrimack and Sullivan Counties and across New Hampshire who are facing legal issues regarding real estate, taxes, trusts and...

  • Douglas, Leonard & Garvey, P.C. was founded by Charles G. Douglas, III. Attorney Douglas is a former Superior Court and Supreme Court Justice and served in Congress representing the Second Congressional District of New Hampshire. Our goal is to provide top quality legal services to you, the client, for your legal problems. If your case involves litigation, employment matters, or marital issues we...

  • The law firm of Ransmeier & Spellman P.C. is dedicated to providing the highest level of professional legal services for our clients throughout the state. With a focus on litigation and probate law, we offer representation in a wide range of matters including business and commercial law, real estate, land use, employment and governmental liability. Since we opened our doors in 1979, our law...

  • Cleveland, Waters and Bass, P.A. we are prepared to assist those facing legal challenges related to business and commercial law in Concord and surrounding areas in New Hampshire, including Merrimack County. Founded in 1959, our firm is comprised of a dedicated team of lawyers committed to representing businesses of all types and sizes regarding matters of commercial transactions, business...

  • From the Manchester, New Hampshire, location of Adler Pollock & Sheehan, our skilled and experienced attorneys handle employment law defense, counseling, litigation and a range of other issues on behalf of businesses and individuals. Our law offices - which are located across New England - feature lawyers capable of serving local, national and international clients. We have a reputation for...

  • Nancy Richards-Stower was inducted into the prestigious College of Labor and Employment Lawyers in 2003 and is a former member and chair of New Hampshire's anti-discrimination agency, the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights from 1979 to 1985, during which time she was an associate, then partner, of Robert H. Rines, founder of Franklin Pierce Law Center . She has operated her plaintiffs'...

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    When it comes to your business, our team at Dennehy Law knows that your bottom line and reputation often drives your legal strategy. At our law firm with locations in Nashua and Boston, we handle business and commercial law matters, involving Business Litigation, Corporate Law, Design and Construction Law, Employment Law, and Insurance Law. Each issue we address factors in your time, your money...

  • In 2013 Ransmeier & Spellman P.C. expanded its practice into the Lakes Region by merging with Arthur Hoover’s established practice, the Alton Law firm. The addition of Ransmeier & Spellman P.C.'s resources provides clients in the Lakes Region with the benefits of a full-service, sophisticated team of lawyers, without losing the connection to the local community that Alton Law always...

  • Cleveland, Waters and Bass, P.A. has been serving the needs of Wolfeboro business clients since 1959. Our law firm advises those in the area and throughout New Hampshire, including Carroll County, on a variety of legal issues related to business transactions, real estate, taxes and estate planning. We pride ourselves on offering sound legal counsel in a timely, cost-effective manner. We are...

  • Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC: An Established Practice Dedicated To Serving Our Clients At Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, PLLC, we are a team of nationally recognized attorneys representing a variety of clients throughout New Hampshire and New England in an expansive array of practice areas, including:  Business law Employment and labor law Environmental law Land use and...

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