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John F. Teague

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John Teague has 34 years of experience with the firm and focuses his practice on serving the legal needs of municipalities and school districts. He has tried numerous right-to-know cases on behalf of New Hampshire towns and has represented planning boards and zoning boards.

John has also developed a specialty in representing school districts in negotiations and litigation involving inter-town relationships. His work with school districts includes school board representation, special education due process, and representation before the Public Employee Labor Relations Board.

Recognized by Chambers-USA as a leading New Hampshire attorney, John has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® published by Woodward/White, Inc., and was listed under Education Law in the Top Lawyers List 2008 in NH Magazine.

Assistant: Christine Dasey

  • JD Georgetown University - Graduate School
  • BA Amherst College - University
  • Brad Kidder Award for Service to School Law Community
  • Chambers USA
  • BV by Martindale-Hubbell Visit Website
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Representative Matters

  • Zoning & Land Use Law Seth Peters, et al. v. Town of Nottingham, Rockingham Sup. Ct.

    Successfully defended Town's denial of a building permit on a substandard right-of-way.

  • Zoning & Land Use Law Landmark Planning & Development, LLC v. Town of Greenfield

    Town of Greenfield Zoning Board of Adjustment and Town of Greenfield Planning Board, Hillsborough Sup. Ct. Town prevailed on a number of issues involving a major subdivision.

  • Zoning & Land Use Law Cheryl Poussard, et al. v. Town of Nottingham, Rockingham Sup. Ct.

    The Court affirmed the Zoning Board’s decision and found that the Board’s decision to grant a special exception was neither unlawful nor unreasonable.


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