Exeter, New Hampshire Civil Rights Lawyers
Nashua, NH 03060
Civil Rights, Divorce, Family and Personal Injury
Syracuse University College of Law
Most people believe personal injury attorneys only deal with car accidents and motorcycle accidents and many many do, there are lots of injuries to the "person" that the...
After graduating from the University of Colorado School of Law, Chad worked for the National Organization for Women (“NOW”) National Judicial Education Program which educates the judiciary with regard...
Laconia, NH 03246
University of Connecticut School of Law
Member of the Bar of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, Massachusetts Appeals Court, U.S. District Court (D.Mass.), Massachusetts Superior & District Courts and
The Supreme Court of The United States of America.
- Federal & state agencies including:
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD), Mass. Appellate Tax Board,
Mass. EOLWD -Dept. of Unemployment Assistance (DUA).
*AREAS OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE AND EDUCATION:
- Disability Law (ADA, The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Mass.G.L.c. 151B) - Federal Lawsuits
- Employment Law in the Public & Private Sectors...including Discrimination, Wrongful Termination,
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