Andrea Chatfield and Jen Moeckel will present an Employment Law Update Seminar on March 28, 2019 at the New England Employee Benefits Insurance Agency (“NEEBCo”) Conference Center in Concord, New Hampshire. The presentation will include practical tips and takeaways for… Continue Reading →
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Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson is one of New Hampshire’s most respected law firms, providing first-class, sophisticated legal services in transactional, business litigation, employment and commercial real estate matters to businesses and individuals. Whether our clients are publicly or privately held for profit or non-profit, starting a new venture, or a running a family owned business, our team of experienced attorneys guide them in making educated decisions. The firm’s expertise enables us to efficiently and effectively handle a variety of matters for local, regional, national or international clients with interests in and outside the state.
Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson was established in 1996 as a commercial law boutique by partners Jim Cook, Curt Little, Arnie Rosenblatt and Tom Manson. Before founding Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson, they were all partners in one of the largest firms in New Hampshire. With their big-firm backgrounds and their own entrepreneurial spirit, they succeeded in building an accomplished team of professionals with impressive track records.
Today’s dynamic business and legal climate is always evolving. Recognizing this, Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson provides a “legal team” approach to the practice of commercial law. This approach leverages the depth and breadth of experience of our team of lawyers for each client. Clients receive individual attention that is not diluted by a large hierarchical structure, and clients’ needs are addressed by the lawyer most qualified to handle a particular matter or issue.
We are accessible and responsive to our clients. This is ingrained in our culture and comes from years of experience in addressing the varied legal needs of businesses. We are committed to providing all clients with the same personalized attention that our established clients have come to expect.
Andrea Chatfield and Jen Moeckel presented Employment Law Update and Practical Tips for 2019 to members of the Seacoast Human Resources Association (SHRA) on January 8, 2019. SHRA is an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. The presentation… Continue Reading →