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Mediation ordered in case of whistleblower Portsmouth police allegedly tried to silence

Mediation ordered in case of whistleblower Portsmouth police allegedly tried to silence
PORTSMOUTH -- A U.S. District Court judge has scheduled mediation for a lawsuit alleging a former city police officer's First Amendment rights were breached when he was reprimanded for giving an interview to the Portsmouth Herald.
Date: Nov 21, 2017

Ex-selectman wins suit against NH for back pay
Coutu and Secretary of State William Gardner disagreed about how the insurance pools should be managed, Gardner said Coutu was let go and Coutu said the state continued to use his services after he was let go.
Date: Nov 20, 2017

Hampton rep isn't giving up on putting an end to pot prohibition
Cushing said representatives from vacation communities like Hampton should be supportive of legalization, arguing not passing the bill removes an incentive for people to vacation in New Hampshire if they want to enjoy the drug on their stay. He said...
Date: Nov 20, 2017

NH packaging firm alleges patent violations
New Hampshire-based Windham Packaging LLC has filed a complaint with the International Trade Commission, alleging that several produce marketers violated its patents with imported produce in micro-perforated film packaging.
Date: Nov 18, 2017

Zohar Funds lose bid to block Patriarch's Lynn Tilton from distributing $45M
A New York federal judge has declined to block a Patriarch Partners administrative agent from potentially paying out $45 million that several investment funds created by Patriarch's CEO Lynn Tilton have claimed is theirs, ruling that they failed to...
Date: Nov 16, 2017

Couple tries to recoup living expenses after mold forces them from their Windham home, NHSUPCO says no dice
The following facts are derived either from the trial court's order or therecord submitted on appeal. The insured residence is a custom home inWindham, built in 2007.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

Financial firm sues disappointed client for defamation
MEREDITH - A Gilford man who carried a sign critical of DAK Financial outside the Meredith firm's sales seminars is being sued for libel.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

NH firm files complaint as food fight breaks out over fresh fruit-and-vegetable packaging
Windham Packaging LLC, a closely held New Hampshire firm, filed a complaint Monday with the US International Trade Commission seeking to block imports of produce in the type of microperforated packaging it says it developed.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

NH white nationalist stays active with podcast recorded from jail

NH white nationalist stays active with podcast recorded from jail
New Hampshire-based white nationalist Christopher Cantwell remains in custody in Virginia, where he's raising money and hosting a podcast from his jail cell.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

NH court to hear aunts' petition to bar Nathan Carman from inheriting from grandfather's $40M estate

NH court to hear aunts' petition to bar Nathan Carman from inheriting from grandfather's $40M estate
New Hampshire probate judge has scheduled the first hearing for Dec. 15 on the petition filed by the aunts of Nathan Carman seeking to have him barred from receiving any of his grandfather's $40 million estate.
Date: Nov 16, 2017

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