The partners at CLRM were once again selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©. Two senior-level of-counsel attorneys were also selected by their peers for this year’s Edition. The Best Lawyers in America© is the oldest
NH Business Review features Bob Baker’s views: Is GDPR compliance essential?
Emily Bolton, a corporate attorney at CLRM, has been appointed to the New Hampshire High Tech Council’s (NHHTC) Board of Directors. Emily will serve a three-year term beginning June 1, 2018. Corporate partner Matt Benson is a long-standing member of the NHHTC Board and was
Andrea Chatfield will be a presenter at the New Hampshire Bankers Association HR Conference on June 15, 2018 in Concord, New Hampshire. She will be speaking on the exemptions from overtime and minimum wage under the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act within the banking industry
Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson would like to congratulate the winner of the 2018 NH Startup Challenge – SkinGreat, LLC!
The NH Startup Challenge is a statewide business plan competition run by the Manchester Young Professionals Network (MYPN). The Challenge connects local entrepreneurs and innovators with seed capital and key services to help them on their path toward sustainable growth, and the winner receives a
Kate Mahan to Participate in “Female Leadership in Private Practice Management” Panel at NH Women’s Bar 20th Anniversary Symposium
On May 11, 2018, CLRM partner Kate Mahan will moderate a discussion on “Female Leadership in Private Practice Management” as part of the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association’s 20th Anniversary Symposium event – “A Seat at the Table: Celebrating 20 Years of Female Leadership”. Other
On April 19, 2018, CLRM employment law partner Jen Moeckel presented a workplace harassment seminar at the New England Employee Benefits Insurance Agency (“NEEBCo”) Conference Center in Concord, New Hampshire. Seminar topics included what is (and what is not) harassment, employer best practices, harassment policies,
On April 12, 2018, CLRM partner Jen Moeckel will serve as one of the faculty members for the New Hampshire Bar Association’s 17th Annual Labor & Employment Law Update, a continuing legal education program for lawyers. Jen will present on “Secretary Acosta’s US DOL: FLSA
Matt and Emily gave a presentation on the topic of Funding Options for Early-Stage Companies. In case you missed, Matt and Emily will be presenting this topic again on May 22nd. Details regarding the presentation and registration link are below. Funding Options for Early-Stage Companies:
Kate has been appointed by the New Hampshire Superior Courts to the Rule 32 Neutral Court Mediator panel. Kate’s litigation practice focuses on a wide range of business disputes including trade secret and other intellectual property, non-compete, shareholder, corporate governance, employment, and commercial disputes in