An Employer Who Fires an Individual Merely for Being Gay or Transgender Violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia
United States Supreme Court Docket No. 17–1618
A Committee of City Employees that Provides Advice to Planning Board Applicants is Not a Public Body under the Right-to-Know Law; 50 Cents Per Page for Copying is Permissible Under 91-A.
Paul Martin v. City of Rochester
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0150
“Internal Personnel Practices” are Not Per Se Exempt from Disclosure, but Exempt if Disclosure is an Invasion of Privacy. “Internal Personnel Practices” are Defined as Internal Rules and Practices Governing Agency’s Operations and Employee Relations
Union Leader Corp. v. Town of Salem
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0206
The “Internal Personnel Practices” Exemption Under RSA 91-A:5, IV Only Applies to Records of the Internal Rules and Practices Governing an Agency’s Operations and Employee Relations, and Not Information Concerning the Performance of a Particular Employee.
Seacoast Newspapers v. Portsmouth
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0135
Three-year Limitation on the Duty of a Municipality to Pay Excess Proceeds from the Sale of Tax Deeded Property is Unconstitutional
Polonsky v. Town of Bedford
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0339
SB 3 Struck Down by the Court as Unconstitutional for Unreasonably Burdening the Right to Vote and Violating Equal Protection Under the New Hampshire Constitution
League of Women Voters v. Gardner
Hillsborough County Superior – Northern District Case No. 226-2017-CV-00433
Report about Alleged Misconduct by Elected Officials Acting in Their Capacity as Employers not Exempt as Internal Personnel Practice; Members of a Governing Body Cannot be Denied Access to Attorney-Client Communications
Hampstead School District v. SAU #55
Rockingham County Superior Court Docket No. 218-2020-CV-00236
Short Term Rental Use of Property Zoned Residential is Prohibited by a Zoning Ordinance Definition that Such Use is a Prohibited Transient Occupancy
Working Stiff Partners v. Portsmouth
New Hampshire Supreme Court Case No. 2018-0491
Wetland Regulation May be Included in Natural Resource Protection Rules; Local Wetland Protection Rules not Preempted; Board Procedures not Subject to Strict Scrutiny
Denis Girard v. Town of Plymouth
New Hampshire Supreme Court No. 2018-0495
Direct Evidence that Retaliation Played a Substantial Role in the Challenged Employment Decision Needed Before Court Review of Whistleblower Claim Switches from "Pretext" to "Mixed Movtive"
Appeal of Wayne Preve
New Hampshire Supreme Court No. 2018-0675