Nixon Peabody partner authors new edition of 'New Hampshire Practice' treatise
Updated Version Addresses New Superior Court Rules
June 11, 2014 // Franchising.com // Manchester, NH – Manchester commercial litigation partner
Gordon J. MacDonald has authored a new edition of a multi-volume book on civil practice and procedure in New Hampshire courts. The fourth edition of MacDonald’s book, New Hampshire Practice: Wiebusch on New Hampshire Civil Practice and Procedure, was released by publisher Matthew Bender and Company in June 2014.
The new edition addresses several recent developments in New Hampshire civil practice, including completely revised Superior Court Rules. Those Rules, which became effective on October 1, 2013, brought significant changes to practice in New Hampshire’s principal trial court. The book also discusses the consolidation of three trial courts into the Circuit Court, as well as other changes in statutory and case law.
This edition comes thirty years after the first edition was published in 1984. Originally authored by Richard V. Wiebusch, MacDonald became the book’s principal author when Wiebusch retired from the practice of law several years ago. It is a comprehensive resource covering all topics of civil procedure in all New Hampshire trial courts. It is widely consulted by practicing attorneys and is frequently cited by New Hampshire courts.
Gordon focuses his practice on complex, business-related disputes. His clients include private and publicly traded companies, nonprofit organizations, religious institutions and individuals.
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