Manchester has become the epicenter of northern New England’s business and financial activity developing tomorrow’s technologies. Entrepreneurs and public companies alike are moving into refurbished mill facilities and international trade zones, attracted by favorable tax climate, an innovation mindset and a workforce fit for the future.
As the only international law firm in Manchester, we bring world-class corporate and litigation teams to businesses whether their marketplace is regional or global. Knowing financing drives innovation, we’ve grown a national private equity team based in Manchester that operates a unique network matching ideas with capital. Banks, insurance companies and businesses of all sizes pick our team to handle corporate transactions of any complexity.
Our litigators are nationally recognized for solving the most complicated and highest profile business and governmental disputes and have significant trial and class action experience. We have differentiating knowledge and experience working with health care and financial services companies. And we have unusual capability to help clients navigate government investigations and criminal matters. In 2015, Benchmark Litigation named our Manchester office “New Hampshire Firm of the Year” in their annual guide to leading litigation firms.
Nixon Peabody is a business and pro bono service leader among New Hampshire law firms and deeply committed to giving back to our communities. We are sustaining members of New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility and a Steward-level member of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce.
- N.H. bill sent to governor puts new weight behind parts statute, DOI stance, includes aftermarket ban for violators
Repairer Driven News (RDN) | June 15, 2016
M&A and Corporate Transactions partner Jim Hatem provided commentary for this article on the proposed New Hampshire bill formalizing a DOI stance on new-vehicle aftermarket parts as law and putting some serious teeth into an existing parts disclosure statute.
- A price on their heads: U.S. DOJ targets execs
New Hampshire Business Review | May 13, 2016
Partner and Government Investigations & White Collar Defense practice group leader Dave Vicinanzo authored this column about the “Yates Memorandum” that revises the Department of Justice’s policy that targets individual employees and executives in investigations, prosecutions and resolutions of corporate wrongdoing.
- N.H. Supreme Court to decide whether child abuse cases can be made public
Concord Monitor | April 6, 2016
Manchester partner Dan Deane is noted in this article as counsel for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). The coverage notes efforts by attorneys representing the adoptive parents of two children who were victims in a highly publicized sexual abuse case before the state Supreme Court in their effort to make their lawsuit public. CASA and the state Division of Children, Youth and Families are arguing to keep confidential information identifying the children under seal to protect their anonymity.