Expect Investigators to Probe White- Collar Involvement in the Opioid Epidemic in NH

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Bar News and can be found here. Expect Investigators to Probe White- Collar Involvement in the Opioid Epidemic in NH By: Patrick Queenan January 15, 2020 In 2019, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) ramped up its efforts to fight prescription opioid abuse across the 

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2020 in , Author: Patrick J. Queenan

Durham Named to the Friends of The Musical Hall Board of Trustees

(1/15/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Paul J. Durham has been named to the Friends of The Music Hall Board of Trustees, where he will serve for an initial term of three years. The Music Hall hosts over 130,000 patrons each year at their two theatres in downtown Portsmouth, NH. Their passion is to 

Posted on Wednesday, January 15th, 2020 in , Author: Paul Durham

Queenan Named Board of Directors Chair of MY TURN, Inc.

(1/9/2020, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Patrick J. Queenan has been named Chair of the Board of Directors for MY TURN, Inc. Queenan has served on the Board for two years. MY TURN helps nearly 500 youth annually develop their skills, goals, and self-confidence through alternative education, post-secondary planning, career exploration, and employment training. 

Posted on Thursday, January 9th, 2020 in , Author: Patrick J. Queenan

Ramsdell Joins Sheehan Phinney’s Business Litigation Department

(Manchester, NH, December 31, 2019) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to welcome Michael D. Ramsdell to its Business Litigation Department.  Ramsdell brings 30 years of experience representing varied clients in commercial, civil, administrative, appellate and criminal litigation. “We are excited to have Michael Ramsdell join Sheehan Phinney,” said Sheehan Phinney’s President and Managing Director, Dave 

Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Michael D. Ramsdell

NH Legal Perspective: Increasing Effectiveness of Patents in Patent Litigation

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Increasing Effectiveness of Patents in Patent Litigation By: Peter Nieves December 28. 2019 Patent litigation is costly. While patents can be used for many purposes, one of the most common is to stop others from making, using, selling 

Posted on Sunday, December 29th, 2019 in , Author: Peter A. Nieves

Walpole Affordable Housing Units Celebrated as Model for Region

Sheehan Phinney’s Affordable Housing team successfully represented developer Jack Franks in the the development and new construction of a 22 affordable housing units, Abenaki Spring, in Walpole, NH. Governor Chris Sununu attended the grand opening of  the development. “As businesses are coming in, this is what everyone is looking for. It’s affordability, it’s quality, efficiency, 

Posted on Thursday, December 12th, 2019 in Affordable Housing, Author: Kenneth A. Viscarello

Titles Matter

Client Alert By: John Perten Under the Massachusetts Wage Act, employers are liable for up to treble damages for failing to pay wages.  Regardless of corporate status, the “president, treasurer … and any officers or agents having management of such corporation” are deemed employers under the statute and therefore personally liable.  In Lynch v. Crawford, 

Posted on Tuesday, December 10th, 2019 in , Author: John H. Perten

California Consumer Privacy Act

PRINT PAGE CLIENT ALERT By Doug Verge Are You Ready? As you may already be aware, more and more data privacy and security laws are being enacted, and some carry with them significant financial and other penalties for noncompliance. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was the first significant piece of such legislation. In the 

Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2019 in Intellectual Property, Author: Douglas G. Verge

Sheehan Phinney Successfully Wins $2 Million Guardianship Case

(Boston, MA, November 2019) – Sheehan Phinney litigators Charles M. Waters and John-Mark Turner won for their client $2 million in a partial settlement of on-going litigation in Massachusetts Probate Court.  Specifically, Sheehan Phinney’s client was a ward in a $40 million guardianship estate. The Court-appointed Guardians of the ward failed to account for the 

Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 in Business Litigation, Author: Charles M. Waters

Sheehan Phinney Successfully Wins in Investment Misrepresentation Case

(Boston, MA, November 2019) – Sheehan Phinney litigators Charles Waters and J.P. Harris successfully represented the owner of a construction company who had made financial investments with a Registered Investment Advisor and Registered Investment Company .  The Defendants in the case misrepresented to Sheehan Phinney’s client the investment products.  After the completion of discovery, Defendants 

Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Charles M. Waters

NH Legal Perspective: Insider Threats – The Risk You May Never See Coming

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Insider Threats – The Risk You May Never See Coming By: Brian Bouchard November 16, 2019 Let’s say you own a company. As the company owner, think of the troves of confidential information that you and the company 

Posted on Sunday, November 17th, 2019 in , Author: Brian J. Bouchard

NH Legal Perspective: New Law Prohibits Noncompete Agreements for Low-Wage Employees

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: New Law Prohibits Noncompete Agreements for Low-Wage Employees By: David McGrath November 2, 2019 A new law that redefines the use of noncompete agreements in New Hampshire leaves some questions unanswered. Effective Sept. 8, 2019, all 

Posted on Thursday, November 14th, 2019 in Article, Author: David W. McGrath

Having Energy When Everyone Else’s Power is Out

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Having Energy When Everyone Else’s Power is Out By: Tom Burack November 8, 2019 Some 15 to 20 years ago, a representative of a New Hampshire electric utility was speaking to an audience about customer service and the reliability 

Posted on Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 in Article, Author: Thomas Burack

Sheehan Phinney Ranked in 2020 “Best Law Firms”

(November 1, 2019, Manchester, NH, Boston, MA) – Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green is pleased to announce that it has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in the 2020 “Best Law Firms” rankings in 21 areas. Firms included in the 2020 “Best Law Firms” list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients 

Posted on Wednesday, November 6th, 2019 in Firm News, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

Data Privacy Compliance in the 21st Century

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Data Privacy Compliance in the 21st Century By: Doug Verge October 24, 2019 Like it or not, we live in a digital world. And even if one were inclined to go off the grid, so to speak, there really is no escaping 

Posted on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 in Article, Author: Douglas G. Verge

The Risks of Working at Home

This article was originally posted by the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. The Risks of Working at Home By: JP Harris October 24, 2019 Even though employees are permitted to work at home, they are still protected by employment laws — the home office is still considered to be within the “office environment.” 

Posted on Thursday, October 24th, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Harris

EPA and the Army Recodify Previous WOTUS Rules

Print page: EPA WOTUS Rules Client Alert CLIENT ALERT By: Lynn Preston Back to the Past… Yesterday, October 22, 2019, the EPA and the Department of the Army published in the Federal Register the final rule to repeal the 2015 Clean Water Rule, Definition of the Waters of the United States, or as most of us 

Posted on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019 in Environment & Energy, Author: Lynn J. Preston

NH Legal Perspective: Proposed Federal Changes Would Remove Obstacles for Substance Abuse Care

This article was originally posted by the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Proposed Federal Changes Would Remove Obstacles for Substance Abuse Care By: Jason Gregoire October 19, 2019 New Hampshire has been hit hard by the opioid crisis. In response, the U.S. government has awarded hundreds of millions of dollars 

Posted on Sunday, October 20th, 2019 in Article, Author: Jason D. Gregoire

Harvest Capital Management Acquired by The Colony Group

Sheehan Phinney congratulates its client, Harvest Capital Management, on its recent acquisition by The Colony Group, a financial advisory firm with locations throughout the U.S. and a partner firm of Focus Financial Partners. Harvest, based in Concord, NH, is both a traditional financial advisory firm and a strategic advisor to closely held family businesses. Its 

Posted on Tuesday, October 8th, 2019 in Firm News, Author: Alexander H. Pyle

The Department of Labor Announces New Rule on Salary Level for White Collar Exemptions

Print page: Salary Client Alert CLIENT ALERT  By: Mark Ventola and Jim Reidy On September 23, 2019 the United States Department of Labor (“US DOL”) issued its Final Rule (the “Rule”) updating the Fair Labor Standards Act regulations governing the salary level needed to qualify for the so-called “white collar exemptions.” These exemptions apply to 

Posted on Wednesday, September 25th, 2019 in Labor & Employment, Author: Mark J. Ventola

NH Legal Perspective: Backups – it’s Your Business

This article was originally posted in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Backups- It’s Your Business By: Tom E. Mitchell September 21, 2019 A rule that I’ve had for over 15 years, when approached with any IT emergency, is asking the question: “When was the last good backup?” The folks 

Posted on Tuesday, September 24th, 2019 in Article, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

Rosenberg Joins Sheehan Phinney Litigation Group

(9/18/2019, Boston, MA) – Sheehan Phinney is pleased to welcome attorney Aaron D. Rosenberg to its Boston office. Rosenberg joins the firm’s Business Litigation Department. He handles complex business and commercial disputes. Rosenberg has represented clients before state and federal trial and appellate courts in numerous states as well as various arbitration panels. He also 

Posted on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 in Business Litigation, Author: Aaron D. Rosenberg

Sheehan Phinney Expands Environment and Energy Group

(9/17/2019, Boston, MA, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney is excited to welcome attorney Mark W. Dell’Orfano, further expanding its Environment and Energy Practice Group in both New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Dell’Orfano joins the firm from the private equity sector. His legal practice is deal focused, advising clients in the energy, mining, natural resource, private equity, 

Posted on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019 in Environment & Energy, Author: Mark W. Dell’Orfano

NH Legal Perspective: Adopting a Proactive Strategy for Employee Mobility

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can found here. It was also published in the NH Business Review and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Adopting a Proactive Strategy for Employee Mobility By: Chris Cole September 7, 2019 The challenge: Almost every company today and, perhaps, in New Hampshire in 

Posted on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 in , Author: Christopher Cole

Assessing NH’s New Noncompete Law

This article was originally posted in the New Hampshire Business Review and can be found here. Assessing NH’s New Noncompete Law By: David McGrath August 29, 2019 Effective Sept. 8, all noncompete agreements entered on or after that date will be invalid and unenforceable for “low-wage” employees in New Hampshire. The new law primarily defines 

Posted on Friday, August 30th, 2019 in Article, Author: David W. McGrath

NH Legal Perspective: A Review of New Hampshire’s New Alimony Statute

This article was originally published by the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: A Review of New Hampshire’s New Alimony Statute By: Nicole Faille August 24, 2019 On Jan. 1, changes in New Hampshire and federal law concerning alimony became effective. Eight months later, the changes have legal and financial professionals 

Posted on Monday, August 26th, 2019 in Article, Author: Nicole A. Faille

Cook Given Boys Club of New London Beall Award

(Manchester, NH, August 16, 2019) –  Sheehan Phinney shareholder Bradford E. Cook, was presented with the William Marbury Beall Award on Aug. 18, 2019, during the annual meeting of the Boys Club of New London. For the full press release, click here.        

Posted on Monday, August 26th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Bradford E. Cook

Private Equity’s Role in the Future of Healthcare

Fifteen years from now, what will healthcare look like, and what types of companies will be delivering it? Will new technologies shape how we access healthcare? Will new companies emerge that will change the way healthcare is provided in response to patients’ expectations or statutory change? In many ways, the future is as clear as 

Posted on Monday, August 19th, 2019 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

Sheehan Phinney Named Top in State by Best Lawyers® for 2020; Two Named Lawyer of the Year

(August 15, 2019, Manchester, NH, Boston, MA) – Sheehan Phinney is proud to announce that twenty-five attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in America® 2020. In addition, two Sheehan attorneys were selected as 2020 ‘Lawyers of the Year’ in their respective practice areas: Peter T. Beach – Tax Law 

Posted on Thursday, August 15th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Alan L. Reische

Adopting a Proactive Employee Mobility Strategy

Almost every company today — and in New Hampshire in particular — is engaged in something of a multidimensional war. There is as intense a competition for talented employees, skilled workers and seasoned executives as at any time in our history. At the same time, two issues animate and confuse the competition for talent. Read 

Posted on Monday, August 5th, 2019 in Article, Author: Christopher Cole

The Effects of Politics in the Workplace

Attorney Jim Reidy appeared on WMUR‘s New Hampshire Business with Fred Kocher to discuss the legal issues related to free speech and political activity in the workplace. Watch here.  

Posted on Monday, July 29th, 2019 in Firm News, Author: James P. Reidy

Panebianco Named to Best Buddies Advisory Board

(7/24/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Michael P. Panebianco has been named to the Best Buddies New Hampshire Advisory Board. Best Buddies is dedicated to creating opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Best Buddies is the world’s largest organization dedicated to ending the 

Posted on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

The Supreme Court Continues Review of FDCPA

In this past term, the United States Supreme Court took action on several cases that may significantly shape bankruptcy and/or insolvency law. Notably, the Supreme Court handed down another significant decision concerning the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) (15 U.S.C. § 1692–1692p) that will influence the application of that law: Obduskey v. McCarthy & 

Posted on Friday, July 19th, 2019 in Article, Author: Christopher M. Candon

Reidy Presents at SHRM National Conference in Las Vegas

Attorney Jim Reidy recently spoke at the SHRM Annual Conference in Las Vegas. He engaged the audience with a discussion on Legal Issues in Regards to Marijuana and The Employer’s Guide to Workplace Flexibility, Compliance with State Leave Laws, and Avoiding Related Claims.  Read about his interview with Tracie Sponenberg, SVP, HR for The Granite 

Posted on Thursday, July 11th, 2019 in , Author: James P. Reidy

Queenan Graduates from Leadership Nashua

(7/11/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Patrick J. Queenan has graduated from the Leadership Greater Nashua Program.  Graduates of the 2018/2019 class were recognized at Hotel Inn, Nashua, NH on June 6, 2019. Queenan is an experienced trial lawyer and represents clients in a wide variety of white collar criminal and civil litigation matters 

Posted on Thursday, July 11th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Patrick J. Queenan

NH Legal Perspective: Estate Planning Check-up Time

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Estate Planning Check-up Time By: Brad Cook June 29, 2019 Among the items on most people’s “I know I have to get to that sometime” list, is doing estate planning. It is common for people, even those in 

Posted on Monday, July 1st, 2019 in Article, Author: Bradford E. Cook

Faille Graduates NH Bar Association Leadership Academy

(7/1/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Nicole A. Faille has graduated from the New Hampshire Bar Association Leadership Academy. Graduates of the 2019 class will be recognized at the New Hampshire Bar Association Annual Meeting on June 29, 2019. Faille’s practice focuses on complex Family Law matters, including divorce, post-divorce, parenting, and guardianship litigation 

Posted on Monday, July 1st, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Nicole A. Faille

Copyright Owners Take Note — Registration Means Registration

Under current United States copyright law, registration of the copyright in a work is not necessary to create the copyright itself. To the contrary, copyright is created in a work the moment the work is fixed in a tangible format (such as on a piece of paper, on a compact disc, or even on a 

Posted on Tuesday, June 25th, 2019 in Article, Author: Douglas G. Verge

Tech Companies and Healthcare: Is Privacy at Stake?

Imagine the following scenario: You are experiencing a cough, fever and chills and need to see a doctor. You lack transportation and no one is available to give you a ride. Accordingly, you walk into your kitchen and call out, “Alexa, where is the nearest doctor’s office?” Alexa responds, “Rockingham Medical Care in Hampstead, New 

Posted on Thursday, June 13th, 2019 in Article, Author: Jason D. Gregoire

Lucic Named Regional Vice Chair Lex Mundi Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice Group

(6/13/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney shareholder Robert R. Lucic has been named the Regional Vice Chair for the Lex Mundi Litigation, Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Lucic is the firm’s Lex Mundi liaison and also serves as Chair Emeritus of the Environmental Practice Group. Lucic has extensive commercial litigation experience including administrative agency proceedings, 

Posted on Thursday, June 13th, 2019 in Business Litigation, Author: Robert R. Lucic

Gregoire Named to 2020 Class of Leadership New Hampshire

(6/5/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney shareholder Jason D. Gregoire has been named to the 2020 class of Leadership New Hampshire. Leadership New Hampshire has nearly 1000 alumni, individuals who are working to strengthen New Hampshire communities and increase civic engagement. Those selected for the program include men and women from across New Hampshire who 

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Jason D. Gregoire

Faille Elected Clerk for the NHBA Family Law Section

(6/5/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney attorney Nicole A. Faille has been elected as Clerk for the New Hampshire Bar Association’s Family Law Section, effective immediately. Faille will be responsible for recording attendance at section meetings, taking minutes at section meetings, and coordinating with NHBA staff to ensure minutes are distributed to section members and 

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 in Divorce & Family Law, Author: Nicole A. Faille

Trudel Graduates from Leadership New Hampshire

(6/5/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney Director of Business Development, Kelly A. Trudel, has graduated from the 2019 class of Leadership New Hampshire. A graduation celebration was held at LaBelle Winery on May 23rd. The class of 40 associates, the program’s largest to date, included men and women from across New Hampshire who participated in 

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff

NH’s Legislative Roundup

This article was originally published in Business NH Magazine and can be found here. NH’s Legislative Roundup By: Jim Reidy June 5, 2019 While the headlines coming out of Washington make the top of every news program and front page, there is plenty happening in Concord that should demand employers’ attention. Several noteworthy workplace bills 

Posted on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 in , Author: James P. Reidy

A Careful Balance: Managing Political Activity and Speech at Work

HR professionals have the responsibility to enforce workplace rules, promote cooperation, insist on civility and respect, and—most of all—remind folks they are on one team, at least in the workplace. Meanwhile, another election season is imminent. How do you keep people working productively when those very divisive discussions are happening at work? Read more here.

Posted on Tuesday, June 4th, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

NH Legal Perspective: Shielding Your Business From Unfair Trade Practice/Consumer Protection Claims

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: Shielding Your Business From Unfair Trade Practice/Consumer Protection Claims By: Rob Miller May 18, 2019 New Hampshire’s Unfair Trade Practice Act, RSA 358-A, also known as the “Consumer Protection Act” governs conduct in nearly every business sector. It 

Posted on Thursday, May 30th, 2019 in Article, Author: Robert H. Miller

Kinney Joins Corporate Group

(5/20/2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green is proud to welcome Joel G. Kinney to its Corporate Group.  Kinney will work out of the firm’s Boston, MA office. Kinney is a trusted advisor to middle market and emerging growth companies. He has been representing developers, makers, manufacturers, hackers and entrepreneurs in Boston since 

Posted on Monday, May 20th, 2019 in Corporate, Author: Joel G. Kinney

Sheehan Phinney Earns Top Rankings by Chambers USA for 2019

(4/26/2019, Manchester, NH) – The firm of Sheehan Phinney Bass & Green PA has once again received the highest rankings in New Hampshire for 2019 by Chambers USA, a prestigious directory of the country’s top law firms. Sheehan Phinney is also ranked Band 1 (highest ranking) in the state for Corporate/Commercial (including Tax and Bankruptcy), 

Posted on Friday, April 26th, 2019 in Firm News, Author: Jason D. Gregoire

Marijuana and the Modern Workplace

Strict drug screening policies may not be keeping up with the times. That is because drug-testing policies, especially for marijuana use, are no longer in step with the changes to the law in several states, and the realities of today’s workforce. Read more here.

Posted on Thursday, April 25th, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

NH Legal Perspective: What is a Patent For?

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: What is a Patent For? By: Jonathan Whitcomb April 13, 2019 A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Discretion is the better part of valor. Experience is the best teacher. Inventions must be patented. Truisms like these are 

Posted on Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 in Article, Author: Jonathan B. Whitcomb

When Free Speech and Employment Clash

Human resources professionals have the responsibility to enforce workplace rules, promote cooperation, insist on civility and respect, and — most of all — remind folks they are on one team, at least in the workplace. Read more here.

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

NH Legal Perspective: EPA Proposes National ‘Compliance’ Initiatives

This article was originally published in the Union Leader and can be found here. NH Legal Perspective: EPA Proposes National ‘Compliance’ Initiatives By: Lynn Preston March 30, 2019 About every three years the Environmental Protection Agency announces its National Enforcement Initiatives (NEIs) — essentially, EPA’s enforcement and compliance playbook for combating the nation’s top environmental 

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 in Article, Author: Lynn J. Preston

Live Free and Get High?

It wasn’t that long ago that the question of legalizing recreational marijuana was met with disbelief and in many cases laughter. Now that NH is surrounded by states, as well as Canada, that have legalized the recreational use of pot, its no laughing matter. In fact, more than 33 states have legalized marijuana use and 

Posted on Friday, March 22nd, 2019 in Article, Author: James P. Reidy

Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act

Currently, New Hampshire law does not expressly authorize fiduciaries to manage a person’s digital assets as they can with the person’s other, tangible, personal property. Recognizing this need, an effort was made two years ago by the Trust and Estate Law Section of the NH Bar Association to enact the Revised Uniform Fiduciary Access to 

Posted on Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 in Article, Author: Michael P. Panebianco

Gauging Critical Access Hospital Protections

New Hampshire’s healthcare system is composed of a variety of organizations ranging from large tertiary hospitals, to small free-standing surgery centers to community health clinics. Among these, “critical access hospitals” are a vital aspect of our healthcare infrastructure. Read more here.

Posted on Friday, March 15th, 2019 in Article, Author: Andrew B. Eills

Carrier Named to NeighborWorks Southern NH Board of Directors

(March 14, 2019, Manchester, NH) – Sheehan Phinney shareholder Megan C. Carrier has been named to the Board of Directors for NeighborWorks Southern NH, effective April, 2019. NeighborWorks Southern NH enhances people’s lives and the community environment by providing access to quality housing services, revitalizing neighborhoods and supporting opportunities for personal empowerment. They lead reinvestment 

Posted on Thursday, March 14th, 2019 in Press Releases, Author: Megan C. Carrier

LLC Taxed as an S Corporation – Be Careful

It is common today to include in a discussion about choice of entity the possibility of forming an LLC (Limited Liability Company) that elects to be taxed as an S corporation. The choice is not appropriate for everyone, but it warrants consideration in many cases. Further, while making the election is simple, ensuring that the election is valid is not. 

Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2019 in Article, Author: Kolbie R. McCabe

Extortion, corruption, money laundering and fraud alleged in RICO case filed in Federal court

Sheehan Phinney and Jones Day filed a RICO case in the United States District Court on Monday, February 18, 2019 involving the alleged systematic devaluation of a Turkish Airline and the alleged extortion and defamation of a respected New Hampshire philanthropist by U.S. and Turkish racketeers. https://www.courthousenews.com/airline-intrigue-with-mueller-tie-lands-in-us-court/ https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/2019/02/21/lawsuit-implicates/  https://www.turkishminute.com/2019/02/23/us-based-turkish-businessman-files-federal-racketeering-suit-against-erdogan-ally/ https://ahvalnews.com/borajet/tale-airline-shady-deals-turkeys-islamist-split-and-mormon-crime-family http://www.tr724.com/abdde-acilan-borajet-davasinin-detaylari-tr724te/ Turkish businessman files motion 

Posted on Friday, February 22nd, 2019 in , Author: Sheehan Phinney Staff