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.

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  • New Hampshire Law on Access to Personnel Files

    In New Hampshire, upon request, employers must allow current and former employees to inspect their personnel files or provide the employee with a copy of the file. The statute permits…

  • Understanding Consumer Protection Act Claims & Business Litigation

    Usually, claims under the state’s Consumer Protection Act, or CPA, created in RSA 358-A, are asserted by consumers against businesses. It’s not uncommon in litigation among businesses for the antagonists…

  • What to Do If You Encounter Religious Discrimination In the Workplace

    Federal and state law prohibit an employer from discriminating against an employee (or prospective employee) because of his or her religion. The law defines “religion” as including all aspects of…

  • A Guide to the Durable Power of Attorney in New Hampshire

    There is a chance that at some point you might need or want another person to legally act on your behalf. For this to happen, a document called a “durable…

  • Gender Discrimination in New Hampshire: Know the Basics

    Gender discrimination is illegal in New Hampshire and yet it continues to be a problem. Do you know your rights? Both federal and state law prohibit an employer from discriminating…

  • Should a Trust Be Part of Your Estate Plan?

    If you are considering making a trust a part of your estate plan, it is important to understand what a trust is and the different types of trusts that exist….

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