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Tomorrow's Election and College Athletes Rights

In anticipation the presidential election the eyes of the world turn to the United States. A variety of pressing social, governmental, and personal issues steer voters’ black Sharpies to specific political parties and candidates. The future of… Read More
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Categories: Sports Law

New NH Law Requires 10-year Waiting Period to Annul Domestic Violence Convictions

New Hampshire domestic violence convictions have joined DWI convictions requiring those impacted to wait 10 years prior to filing a petition to annul. in RSA 265-A:21 provides no annulment petition may be filed for 10 years after the completion of on… Read More
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Categories: Annulment

New Law Requires Medication-Assisted Treatment for Inmates

On July 29, 2020, New Hampshire Governor Sununu signed HB 1639 in to law requiring prisoners to be screened for and provided medication-assisted treatment. The broader bill expands coverage because it provides this screening and treatment to all oppo… Read More
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Senate Judiciary Committee Again Criticizes NCAA's Proposed NIL Reform

The NCAA sought Congress’s assistance to thwart the spread of NIL legislation after California passed the Fair Pay to Play Act. The NCAA argued that a patchwork of different bills from different states comprising hundreds of institutions would… Read More
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Categories: Sports Law

NH Court Access Changes Tomorrow

Happy Memorial Day and thank you to all our Veterans. Effective May 26, 2020, the New Hampshire Supreme Court issued new orders following Governor Sununu’s continuation of the declared state of emergency under RSA 4.45. This order will continue… Read More
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Inmate Releases due to COVID-19 Concerns Further Highlights Arbitrary Incarceration

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic dominates our lives and the news cycle. Social distancing, a foreign concept just weeks ago, is an every day reality. But for many in jail and prison it is impossible. The Wall Street Journal published this article o… Read More
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NH House Passes College Athlete Compensation Bill

Last week, the New Hampshire House of Representatives approved HB 1505 which permits college athletes to be compensated for their name, image, and likeness (NIL). Twenty-eight states introduced similar legislation led by California’s Fair Pay t… Read More
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Categories: Sports Law
Stopped For Speeding? Fac…

Stopped For Speeding? Facts to Know.

NH RSA 265:60, Speed Limitations, is a common violation that harms clients through negative impacts on insurance, commercial drivers licensure (CDL), habitual offender points, fines and more. This statute lays out fine schedules and default speed lim… Read More
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White House inserts itself into NCAA NIL Issue

Last Friday, White House spokesman Judd Deere stated, “the White House wants to make sure NCAA student athletes are treated fairly without harming the integrity of college sports…Administration officials are in the process of learning more ab… Read More
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Categories: Sports Law

Will the NCAA Invoke Title IX to Influence College Athlete Name, Image & Likeness (NIL) Legislation?

New Hampshire’s HB 1505 has progressed through the Education Committee at the House of Representatives. It is less dense than California’s Fair Pay to Play Act that triggered over 20 states to follow suit proposing similar bills. New Hampshire’… Read More
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Categories: Sports Law

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