DTC Bids Farewell to Attorney Charles Tucker

On Thursday, June 1st our client, colleagues and friends joined us at our new Exeter location to enjoy refreshments and check out our new space. The evening was bittersweet as we said farewell to one of our founding Partners, Charlie Tucker, as he retires after 50 years of service to his clients. Mike Donahue, Rob Ciandella and Bob Derosier shared many fond memories of Charlie. We wish Charlie and Jean well as they embark on their new adventure. In case you missed it, we’ve compiled a slide show with photos of the event and our new office. Click here.

 

DTC Atty. Chris Boldt to Speak at OEP Spring Planning and Zoning Conference

Attorney Chris Boldt will once again be presenting at the 2017 Annual Spring Planning and Zoning Conference of the NH Office of Energy and Planning, scheduled for Saturday, April 29th at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. Chris has again been asked to speak at a double session on the basic procedures ZBA members should use in making their various decisions on variances, special exceptions, appeals of administrative decisions and waivers of dimensional criteria. For more information and on-line registration, please go to http://www.nh.gov/oep

 

Attorneys Somers and Miller Present at 2016 NHMA Annual Conference

Attorneys Sharon Somers and Kate Miller will be presenting “Cell Towers: Managing the Approval Process to Protect Municipal Interests and Comply with State and Federal Law” on Wednesday, November 16 at the NH Municipal Association’s Annual Conference at the Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH.  Kate and Sharon have lectured on this extensive subject in the past.  Given recent changes to the law, this program is a must-see for those municipal officials who are faced with dealing with applications for cell tower locations.  You can also visit our attorneys at our booth (#110) in the Exhibitor’s Hall on both Wednesday and Thursday.  To view the materials from this presentation click here.

Attorney Chris Boldt takes to the Stage in Shakespeare’s Lear

Attorney Chris Boldt will play the blinded old soldier “The Earl of Gloucester” in Seven Stages Shakespeare Company’s production of Shakespeare’s thrilling drama of family and political dysfunction Lear at 7:30 p.m. on November 3rd, 4th, 5th, 10th, 11th & 12th at the Millspace in Newmarket. Seen through the prism of Alzheimer’s Disease, Director Dan Beaulieu brings this production of a pillar of Western Literature into and around the audience at all times. It will be an experience not to be missed. As always, Seven Stages presentations are “Free for All or Pay What You Will”. For more information, please go to www.7stagesshakespeare.org.

DTC Proud Sponsor of Inaugural ‘Thanks for Giving’ Road Race

14102379_10154979503057080_5738097501097448538_n-2DTC is proud to sponsor the first annual “Thanks for Giving Road Race” to benefit the Southern District YMCA’s Youth Programs and St Vincent de Paul of Exeter Community Assistance Center and Food Pantry. Start your Thanksgiving morning off right with the 5K and 10K family run/walk road race. To register or to learn how you can help click here.

DTC Lawyers Sponsors The Gala At RiverWoods At Exeter

riverwoods-galaDTC Lawyers is again proud to sponsor the Gala at RiverWoods at Exeter, to benefit the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in Exeter on October 15th, 2016, at the Boulders campus at RiverWoods . St. Vincent de Paul provides critically needed services to our neighbors in need in Exeter and the New Hampshire Seacoast: a well-stocked food pantry, access to medical and dental care, job skills training and countless other benefits. The RiverWoods biennial Gala, which benefits a specific charity each time, is a great opportunity for the community to come out to raise significant funds for St. Vincent de Paul. Please join the attorneys at DTC and other community members for a night of silent and live auctions, wonderful hors d’oeuvres and heartier fare, festive beverages and good cheer, all hosted by RiverWoods at Exeter. For more information please visit www.svdpexeter.com or riverwoodsrc.org.

2016 Municipal Law Lecture Series- DTC Attorneys Christopher Hilson, Justin Pasay and Eric Maher to Present

DTC Attorneys Christopher Hilson,  Justin Pasay and Eric Maher will be presenting a lecture on Code Enforcement at this years Municipal Law Lecture Series.

These lectures are intended for municipal officials with an interest in, or responsibility for, any aspect of municipal land use regulation, including members of planning boards, zoning boards, conservation commissions, and select boards, as well as councilors, planners, building inspectors and code enforcement officers.

Code enforcement can be complicated, with various nuanced procedures that are dependent on the code being enforced. This presentation will inform attendees of the various land use, building, and safety codes enforceable by municipalities in the State of New Hampshire, as well as the procedures established to enforce those codes. Attendees will be further provided with practical advice with regard to enforcement actions from three practitioners in code enforcement.

For more information or to sign up click here.

Shakespeare and the Language that Shaped a World

Where can you see both a 1623 original of Shakespeare’s First Folio and a less ancient DTC Partner performing some of Shakespeare’s lines?
The world class Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH.

When: Saturday, April 9, 2016
Time: 1:00 p.m.
Where: The Currier Museum, 150 Ash Street, Manchester, NH 03104

In honor of the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 1616, the Folger Shakespeare Museum in Washington, DC is bringing an Exhibition of the Folger’s collection of First Folios of Shakespeare’s plays to the Currier. As part of the opening of this Exhibition, the Currier has invited the acting company of Advice To The Players based in Sandwich, NH to perform “Shakespeare and the Language that Shaped a World”; and DTC Partner Chris Boldt is one of the six company players presenting this family friendly performance.

Cost: Museum General Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, $9 for students and $5 for youth 13 to 17. There is no additional fee for the performance.

For more information, please check out www.currier.org and www.advicetotheplayers.org