MYPN Nominates CLRM for Business of the Year Award

Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson was recently recognized as a nominee for the Manchester Young Professional Network’s (MYPN) Business of the Year award. MYPN recognizes a business each year that provides significant support to the organization and young professionals in the greater Manchester area. CLRM  was

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Kate Mahan Chosen to Assist in Revamping NH Litigation Guidelines

Associate Kate Mahan has been chosen to assist with the revamping of New Hampshire’s Litigation Guidelines.  As part of the 2015 New Hampshire Bench/Bar Conference, the Committee for Cooperation With the Courts has been tasked with revising the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Litigation Guidelines.  These

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Kate Mahan Will Co-Present on the Topic of “Practice before New Hampshire’s Administrative Agencies” presented by the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association

CLRM litigation associate Kate Mahan will co-present on the topic of “Practice before New Hampshire’s Administrative Agencies” presented by the New Hampshire Women’s Bar Association on Thursday December 3, 2015 at the McLane Middleton law firm.  Kate will be presenting on various issues surrounding the

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CLRM Welcomes New Associate Emily Bolton

Cook, Little, Rosenblatt & Manson, p.l.l.c. is pleased to announce that Emily Bolton has become associated with the firm in the commercial and corporate practice group. Emily is a 2012 graduate of the University of Connecticut School of Law and a 2007 graduate of the

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CLRM Employment Attorneys Appear on The Leadership Edge

CLRM employment law attorneys Andrea Chatfield and Jen Moeckel recently joined host Ted Gorski of Get Your Edge on his Bedford Community Television show “The Leadership Edge.”  Andrea, Jen, and Ted discussed “What Leaders Should Know About Sexual Harassment.”  The show will air on BCTV

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