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I represent clients across a wide variety of industries in civil litigation. My work includes the representation of both plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation matters including general commercial disputes; trade secret, noncompetition and restrictive covenant litigation; employment cases; and construction actions. I have represented businesses and individuals engaged in various aspects of the construction trade, media companies defending defamation claims, product manufacturers facing warranty claims, technology developers in business-to-business disputes and noncompetition litigation, victims of professional negligence, and many other types of businesses.
I provide general advice to locum tenens staffing companies and teleradiology companies.
I have developed expertise in records and data management policies and the management of electronically stored information. I have drafted records management policies implemented by a variety of businesses. I have also lectured and presented on all aspects of document retention and destruction policies, with particular emphasis on their application to litigation. I have cultivated skill in the electronic discovery practices and data mining techniques that impact all litigation matters as well.
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|NH||Authorized to practice law||2002||02/21/2012|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||New England Super Lawyers||2011|
|Rising Star||New England Super Lawyers||2010|
|Shareholder||Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green, P.A.||2002 - Present|
|Broom v. Continental Cas. Co, 152 N.H. 759 (2005)||N/A|
|JTR Colebrook, Inc. v. Colebrook, 149 N.H. 767 (2003)||N/A|
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|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||The Fox Guarding the Hen House: Who Should Implement Litigation Holds||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||orgiving Future Sins: NH Business Court Invalidates a Release of Future Fraud||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Does Allowing Employees Implicated in Litigation To Search Their Own Files Constitute a Failure to Implement a Proper Litigation Hold?||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Record Retention in an Increasingly Paperless World||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Grabbing Hold of a Cloud: Litigation Holds For Users of the Cloud||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||A Plaintiff's Case is Dismissed and the Plaintiff is Fined $1M Because Its Outside Consultant Failed to Preserve Evidence.||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Two Courts Examine the Same Conduct and Reach Polar Opposite Conclusions on Spoliation of Evidence||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Employee's Emails to Personal Attorney Sent from Employer's Computer Are Not Privileged||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||New Hampshire's Business Court Holds that Members of a Limited Liability Company Owe Each Other Fiduciary Duties||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||"Let me get this straight, I have to train my competitor how to use my database?"||2011|
|Sheehan Phinney's Good Company||Promises to Keep, Sort of… Do HR Policies Create Duties to Third Parties?||2009|
|Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law||N/A||J.D.||2002|
|Swarthmore College||Political Science/Philosophy||B.A.||1999|