The Exculpatory Evidence Schedule (a/k/a Laurie List) is Not Exempt from Disclosure as Police Personnel File under RSA 105:13-b, Nor is it Exempt Internal Personnel Practice, but Might be Exempt Since Disclosure Would Constitute Invasion of Privacy
New Hampshire Center for Public Interest Journalism v. NH Dept. of Justice.
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0279
Secretary of State Shall Forward Absentee Voter Registrations Forms Directly to Applicants and Can No Longer Refer Voters to City or Town Clerks
American Federation of Teachers v. Gardner
Hillsborough County Superior – Northern District Case No. 216-2020-CV-0570, 10/02/2020
Bellevue Properties v. Town of Conway
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0302, 08/25/2020
Cooper v. Sununu; City of Nashua
New Hampshire Superior Court No. 020-CV-00266, 7/13/2020
An Unspent Annual Appropriation Will Lapse Unless Those Funds are Encumbered by a Legally Enforceable Obligation that Attaches to the Funds Before the End of the Fiscal Year
Monadnock Regional School District v. Monadnock District Education Assoc.
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0134
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
Objective Testimony from Residents, Combined with Personal Knowledge of Observable Facts by Board Members Can Refute Expert Opinions
Three Ponds Resort, LLC v. Town of Milton
New Hampshire Supreme Court Docket No. 2019-0278
“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