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ISO-NE presses FERC to approve capacity market reform
ISO-New England on Wednesday asked the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to dismiss challenges to a plan to reform its capacity market and split it into two parts and approve the proposal.
Date: Feb 16, 2018

Suit claims NH 'unjustly enriching' itself at Hampton's expense
It asks a judge to address cost-sharing disputes that have been long-standing in Hampton - sidewalk maintenance of Ocean Boulevard, redistribution of rooms and meals tax dollars, parking revenue collected by the state and emergency services provided...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

Developer sues Laconia for blocking proposed conference center
LACONIA - A developer who wants to build a conference center and youth camp on a Big Island in Paugus Bay has gone to court to appeal a decision by the city's Zoning Board of Adjustment blocking the project from going forward.
Date: Feb 16, 2018

ACLU sues Salem over public record fees
SALEM, N.H. - The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the town of Salem for what they call exorbitant police record fees that violate state statutes. In March 2017, ACLU of New Hampshire's Legal Director Gilles Bissonnette filed a Right-to-Know...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

$5M Lewandowski lawsuit against neighbor over easement hits a snag

$5M Lewandowski lawsuit against neighbor over easement hits a snag
WINDHAM - An Emerson Road couple believes Corey Lewandowski, their neighbor who is suing them for $5 million over access to an easement on their property, is ignoring a Superior ...
Date: Feb 16, 2018

Berlin joins suit against drug makers
There would be no cost to the city to join the litigation, but the legal firm would take a quarter of any settlement. The federal opioid cases have been consolidated into a mass tort in Northern District Court of Ohio.
Date: Feb 16, 2018

NYT: Judges say throw out the map. Lawmakers say throw out the judges.
Court-bashing is nothing new. As far back as the 1800s, New Hampshire's legislature disbanded the state's Supreme Court five times, said Bill Raftery, a senior analyst at the National Center for State Courts in Williamsburg, Va., who has tracked...
Date: Feb 14, 2018

Dismissal of white nationalist Christopher Cantwell's $1M lawsuit sought

Dismissal of white nationalist Christopher Cantwell's $1M lawsuit sought
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Two people being sued by outspoken white nationalist Christopher Cantwell filed a response on Monday asking that the $1 million lawsuit be dismissed, arguing that any losses suffered were of his own making.
Date: Feb 14, 2018

Former professor's art fraud trial moved to July
The trial date for a lawsuit against a former Franklin Pierce University and her son - collectively accused of selling nearly $700,000 in counterfeit painting to a well-known art collector - has been moved to July 24, according to court records.
Date: Feb 13, 2018

Judge orders prosecution to clarify charges against Fay
CONWAY - A Carroll County Superior Court judge has told the prosecution in the animal cruelty case of Christina Fay it has 20 days to better define five of 10 charges against Fay. She also denied the defense's motion to dismiss.
Date: Feb 13, 2018

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