RESPONSE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Upton & Hatfield values the health and well-being of our employees, clients, families, and communities. To uphold these values, we have implemented recommendations from the Center for Disease Control by encouraging our employees to work remotely whenever possible. This does not change our commitment to you, and we are still available to handle your legal needs and provide you with the highest quality legal services during these unsettled times. Our offices are open, but for urgent matters only in conformity with state and federal authority recommendations. If you have any questions or concerns, we are ready and available to discuss them with you. We want all of us to stay safe while we work during this temporary situation.

Michael S. McGrath

Michael McGrath

Mike began practicing law in Massachusetts in 1996. In 1997 he moved to New Hampshire and joined a Manchester law firm. After eleven years developing a practice in Manchester, Mike joined Upton & Hatfield in 2008.

Mike is a Past President and long time board member of the New Hampshire Association for Justice, f/k/a NH Trial Lawyers Association. Mike is also a member of the New Hampshire Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice.

Mike has been a speaker at a number of Continuing Legal Education programs for attorneys on a number of topics including effective discovery in civil litigation, and developments in New Hampshire family law. He is the author of “The Automobile Injury Case for Paralegals in New Hampshire,” published by the Institute for Paralegal Education NBI, Inc. (2000), and “Child Support Liens,” published by New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association (2005 & 2010).

Assistant
Barbara Grey
bgrey@uptonhatfield.com

Representative Matters

  • Boisvert v. Sears, Roebuck & Co

    Gender discrimination under Title VII, U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire. 

  • Erich Leblanc v. State of New Hampshire

    Successfully reversed a denial of coverage for client before the New Hampshire Supreme Court. 

  • Bruce Harris v. Carl B. Thomas Construction

    Personal injury and products liability case. Client suffered severe knee injury while using ladder. Achieved six-figure settlement for client. 

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