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Manchester has become the epicenter of northern New England’s business and financial activity developing tomorrow’s technologies. Entrepreneurs and public companies alike are moving into refurbished mill facilities and international trade zones, attracted by favorable tax climate, an innovation mindset and a workforce fit for the future.

As the only international law firm in Manchester, we bring world-class corporate and litigation teams to businesses whether their marketplace is regional or global. Knowing financing drives innovation, we’ve grown a national private equity team based in Manchester that operates a unique network matching ideas with capital. Banks, insurance companies and businesses of all sizes pick our team to handle corporate transactions of any complexity.

Our litigators are nationally recognized for solving the most complicated and highest profile business and governmental disputes and have significant trial and class action experience. We have differentiating knowledge and experience working with health care and financial services companies. And we have unusual capability to help clients navigate government investigations and criminal matters. In 2015, Benchmark Litigation named our Manchester office “New Hampshire Firm of the Year” in their annual guide to leading litigation firms.

Nixon Peabody is a business and pro bono service leader among New Hampshire law firms and deeply committed to giving back to our communities. We are sustaining members of New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility and a Steward-level member of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce.

"Swim with a Mission" to oversee distribution of $4M to NH veterans groups

New Hampshire Union Leader | September 21, 2020

Private Equity team leader and Swim with a Mission co-founder Phil Taub is quoted in this feature story on the unprecedented leadership role for the nonprofit in distributing $4 million to Hew Hampshire veterans groups.

Paper Store Names Insider Vehicle as Lead Bidder in Ch. 11

The Deal | August 06, 2020

Boston Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy partner Rick Pedone is mentioned in this article for representing TPS Group Holdings LLC in its stalking horse bid in Paper Store LLC’s bankruptcy auction. Private Equity group leader and Manchester partner Phil Taub is also representing the investor group.

Senate report: Opaque art market helped oligarchs evade sanctions

New York Times | July 29, 2020

Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice group leader and partner David Vicinanzo, based in Manchester, was mentioned for representing art adviser Gregory Baltser against allegations that he and his art agency transacted with U.S.-sanctioned individuals in the art industry. Boston Complex Commercial Disputes counsel Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero is also supporting this matter.

The art world has a money laundering problem

CNN Business | July 29, 2020

Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice group leader and partner David Vicinanzo, based in Manchester, was mentioned for representing art adviser Gregory Baltser against allegations that he and his art agency transacted with U.S.-sanctioned individuals in the art industry. Boston Complex Commercial Disputes counsel Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero is also supporting this matter.

Aetna Blasts Conformis For Using Patient To Force Coverage

Law360 | July 24, 2020

Complex Commercial Disputes co-practice group leader and Boston partner Steve LaRose and Manchester associate Kierstan Schultz were mentioned in this article for representing Aetna in a suit regarding coverage for medical device manufacturer Conformis’ customized total knee implants.

COVID-19 is Changing Tech Contracting, Sort of, But Not Really

Supply & Demand Chain Executive | July 14, 2020

Manchester office managing partner Andrew Share, of the Corporate practice group, contributed this article on tech contracting in the coronavirus era, explaining why now is as good a time as any for businesses to review their contracting procedures.

Judge Allows Immigrant Detainees To Fight Living Conditions

Law360 | June 17, 2020

This article, covering a federal judge’s order that immigration detainees at Strafford County (NH) Department of Corrections can challenge their living conditions amid COVID-19, quotes Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nathan Warecki. The article also mentions the team of NP attorneys representing the detainees in the case: Litigation Department Head Scott O’Connell; Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense practice group leader Dave Vicinanzo and associate Colin Missett; Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Deane, and associates Marx Calderon and Michael Strauss.

Judge chastises ICE as Strafford County jail worker tests positive for COVID-19

New Hampshire Union Leader | May 15, 2020

This article, covering developments in the case of immigration detainees at Strafford County (N.H.) Department of Corrections, extensively quotes Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nathan Warecki after the judge chastised Immigration and Customs Enforcement for not doing enough to identify medically vulnerable immigration detainees. On Friday, a staff member at the jail tested positive for COVID-19. Thus far, 14 civil immigration detainees have been released from the facility as a result of the class action lawsuit filed by Nixon Peabody, the ACLU and four regional law firms.

Judge says COVID-19 can't be only reason to release ICE detainees

New Hampshire Union Leader | April 27, 2020

This article, covering Monday’s hearing in the case of immigration detainees at Strafford County (N.H.) Department of Corrections, quotes Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nate Warecki contending why detainees should be released to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The article notes the judge “seemed to be leaning toward arguments” that conditions at the facility could be enough to make her order bail hearings for all immigration detainees at the facility—as sought in the class action lawsuit filed by Nixon Peabody, the ACLU and four regional law firms.

Investors are making tough decisions on startups

The Boston Globe | April 27, 2020

This article quotes Manchester Corporate partner Phil Taub, head of the firm’s Private Equity team, on difficult decisions private equity firms are having to make in terms of which startups get funding and which do not in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.

Fighting pandemic without TP requires mental toughness

New Hampshire Union Leader | April 24, 2020

Following up on last month’s Union Leader op-ed (“I didn’t have a plan, so I bought toilet paper”), Manchester Corporate partner Phil Taub wrote this article on developing resilience and mental fortitude amid the pandemic. Phil includes insights from a Marine, a Green Beret, and an Army veteran.

Immigration detainees granted release from jail

Concord (N.H.) Monitor | April 24, 2020

This article covers the temporary release of two ICE civil detainees from the Strafford County (N.H.) Department of Corrections in connection with the class action lawsuit filed by Nixon Peabody, the ACLU and four regional law firms. The lawsuit seeks the immediate release of all ICE civil detainees from SCDOC to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. The article quotes Government Investigations and White Collar Defense practice group leader Dave Vicinanzo and Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nate Warecki, both of Manchester.

Former United Way VP asks judge for home confinement, claims he is vulnerable to COVID-19

New Hampshire Union Leader | March 30, 2020

This article highlights the efforts of Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Deane and associate Michael Strauss to secure home confinement for their client, who is currently serving a sentence in a Merrimack County jail where a corrections officer has tested positive for COVID-19.

Dated Mass. courts present risks, opportunities amid crisis

Law360 | March 25, 2020

Complex Commercial Disputes partner Kathleen Ceglarski Burns, of Boston, and Litigation Department chair Scott O’Connell, of Manchester, discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the near-freeze on Massachusetts court proceedings during social distancing in the commonwealth.

In stressed legal industry, calls for kindness during crisis

Law360 | March 24, 2020

Litigation Department Head Scott O’Connell talks to Law360 about how the unfolding coronavirus pandemic has changed the way lawyers are approaching their jobs. “There is a level of collegiality and cooperation that has been refreshing,” Scott says.

Phil Taub: I didn’t have a plan, so I bought toilet paper

New Hampshire Union Leader | March 18, 2020

Manchester Corporate partner Phil Taub wrote this op-ed sharing the insights of three retired Navy SEALs who talked about how people react in times of fear and anxiety, and how we can be strategic in our approach to the coronavirus outbreak.

Private equity firms begin to wrestle with coronavirus risk

Wall Street Journal | February 27, 2020

Manchester Corporate partner Phil Taub talks to the Wall Street Journal about the personal and professional impact of the coronavirus outbreak on private-equity practitioners.

Bye to Bad Habits: Lawyers share resolutions for 2020

Law360 | January 24, 2020

This article on 2020 New Year’s resolutions from attorneys features Providence Labor and Employment partner and Professional Personnel partner Stacie Collier and Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell sharing their goals for the new year.

Unwanted pre-recorded calls don’t violate TCPA

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | January 23, 2020

This article mentions Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes partner Dan Deane and Boston Complex Commercial Disputes associate Troy Lieberman, who earned a favorable ruling on behalf of defendant Boston Scientific in a class action suit alleging violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.

Proposed rules aim to transform key federal laws restricting health care arrangements

New Hampshire Bar News | January 15, 2020

Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Kierstan Schultz and Los Angeles Health Care associate Harsh Parikh co-wrote this contributed article analyzing two new rules proposed by the Department of Health and Human Services aimed at addressing perceived barriers to care coordination and value-based care in the health industry.

Hospitals lobby to delay DSH funding cuts as October 1 deadline looms

Crain’s New York | September 06, 2019

In this story, Litigation Department Head Scott O’Connell offers his perspective on new financial uncertainty for hospitals as an October deadline looms to avoid large cuts to federal funding for facilities that treat large numbers of Medicaid and uninsured patients.

2nd Circ.'s Seminal Rejection of FCPA Conviction Challenge

Law360 | August 28, 2019

New York City partner Isabelle De Smedt (CORP), Manchester partner Mark Knights (GIWC), Boston counsel Robert Fisher (GIWC), Manchester associate Michael Strauss (CDPG) and Boston associate Scott Seitz (GIWC) authored this column about the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit’s recent decision regarding the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act’s anti-bribery provisions and what the decision means for companies needing to comply with the law.

First-half volume took a Northeast dip

The Bond Buyer | August 19, 2019

This article mentions Nixon Peabody’s ascension to the No. 2 spot in bond counsel rankings in the Northeast for the first half of the year.

Sununu vetoes auto repair reimbursement bill

New Hampshire Union Leader | August 18, 2019

In this story, Manchester Corporate partner Jim Hatem, whose clients include State Farm Insurance, shares his perspective on a bill vetoed by New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu that would have likely raised auto insurance premiums in New Hampshire by limiting the ability of insurers to control repair costs.

In High Court's Kisor Ruling, 2 Important Doctrines Survive

Law360 | June 28, 2019

Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes partner Daniel Deane and associate Nathan Warecki authored this article about the Supreme Court’s decision in Kisor v. Wilkie and the potential impact the ruling will have in the future.

Learn about the 2019 10 to Watch winners and all 20 finalists

Foster’s Daily Democrat | May 22, 2019

Manchester Government Investigations and White Collar Defense partner Mark Knights was among the finalists in the sixth annual “10 to Watch” Seacoast Young Professionals.

Get the message: Update to the FCPA corporate enforcement policy

Reuters’ Government Contract | May 20, 2019

Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Mark Knights and Complex Commercial Disputes associate Michael Strauss, both of the Manchester office, co-wrote this contributed article outlining changes in the way the Department of Justice expects companies to preserve “ephemeral communications” such as WhatsApp messages.

Law360 reveals 400 largest US firms

Law360 | May 12, 2019

Nixon Peabody is mentioned in this article as No. 77 on this year’s Law360 list of the 400 largest U.S. law firms.

Litigators of the Week

Law.com Litigation Daily | April 04, 2019

Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes partner Scott O’Connell, head of the Litigation Department, is named one of the Litigators of the Week for securing an award of legal fees for his clients, a group of 26 New Hampshire hospitals who sued the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The litigation team also included Boston Complex Commercial Disputes associates Morgan Nighan and Kierstan Schultz.

NH Newsmakers: Birch Hill adds four trustees

New Hampshire Union Leader | March 23, 2019

Manchester Corporate partner and Private Equity practice team leader Phil Taub is mentioned in this article for his elevation to board director of the National Navy UDT-Seal Museum in Florida. Phil co-founded the nonprofit Swim for a Mission, which has raised more than $1.2 million for veterans’ causes over the past two years.

Chinese biotech company pulls back suit over biased H-1B denials

Law360 | March 07, 2019

Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nate Warecki is quoted in this article discussing the positive outcome for his client, Chinese biotech firm Vcan, in a dispute with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

The Latest

New Hampshire Business Review | March 01, 2019

The promotion of Manchester Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Mark Knights is mentioned in this roundup of notable business moves.

Feds want out of kids' damages suit over border separation

Law360 | January 09, 2019

Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nate Warecki and Boston Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense associate Lauren Maynard are mentioned in this story for the pro bono representation of a proposed class of migrant children who are attempting to sue the federal government for damages related to family separation at the southern border.

Chapter 11 doesn't cancel TM contract, clothier tells high court

Law360 | December 11, 2018

Financial Restructuring & Bankruptcy partners Lee Harrington of Boston and Dan Sklar of Manchester and Complex Commercial Disputes partner George Skelly of Boston are mentioned in this story for their representation of Tempnology in an ongoing licensing suit, which is now before the Supreme Court.

Q and A with attorney Phil Taub

New Hampshire Business Review | November 22, 2018

Manchester Corporate partner Phil Taub is featured in this interview about his view on the market for mergers and acquisitions. The article also mentions Phil’s extensive work on behalf of our nation’s veterans.

Defense Bar gives 1st Circuit an 'A+' for its order on uninjured class members

National Law Journal | October 23, 2018

Litigation Department head and Manchester partner Scott O’Connell is quoted in this story discussing a recent decision by the 1st Circuit Court of Appeals that is “a welcome development for those of us on the defense side” of class-action cases.

ABA calls on firms to pledge to tackle lawyer mental-health and substance-use issues

ABA Journal | September 09, 2018

The following coverage notes Nixon Peabody as one of the first law firms in the country to sign a pledge as part of the American Bar Association’s new health and wellness campaign to reduce substance use and improve mental health in the legal profession.

Movers & Shakers

iHeart Radio | September 07, 2018

Manchester private equity and family office partner Phil Taub was featured in this podcast discussing his career at Nixon Peabody and the success of the “Swim with a Mission” charity event he founded. He will also be featured in a chapter of the book that will be published based on this podcast series.

State AGs at odds over Google privacy pact at high court

Law360 | September 05, 2018

This article mentions Complex Commercial Disputes partners Chris Mason, Sarah André, Dan Deane and Seth Horvath as counsel for The New York Bar Foundation and The New York State Bar Association in an amicus brief—filed with the United States Supreme Court—in support of the approval by a California District Court, and the Ninth Circuit, of Google’s settlement involving a “cy pres” remedy in a privacy-related case.

US officials conspired against, owe immigrant kids: suit

Law360 | September 05, 2018

This article is about a class action lawsuit filed in Massachusetts federal court against the Trump administration regarding the government’s policy of family separation. Boston Government Investigations and White Collar Defense associate Lauren Maynard and Manchester Complex Commercial Disputes associate Nate Warecki are mentioned as co-counsel for representing the children that have been separated from their parents at the border.

Avoiding corrupt practices abroad: When doing business internationally, compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is essential

New Hampshire Business Review | August 30, 2018

Manchester Government Investigations & White Collar Defense associate Mark Knights wrote this contributed article on how cautious companies can comply with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and avoid corruption when doing business internationally.

Consumer protection – preemption – eyedrops

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly | August 27, 2018

Litigation Department head Scott O’Connell is mentioned in this case summary for his role as co-counsel for a group of pharmaceutical companies. The companies successfully defended a suit by a class of customers seeking to force changes to the design of the companies’ eyedrops bottles.

Newfound Lakes' 'Swim with a Mission' to benefit veterans

New Hampshire Union Leader | June 10, 2018

Manchester corporate partner Phil Taub is quoted in this article previewing Swim With a Mission, a fundraising event founded by Phil and his wife, Julie, to benefit veterans’ organizations.

New Hampshire, hospitals strike $1.7 billion reimbursement deal

Reuters | June 05, 2018

Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell is quoted in this article on a “significant breakthrough” the Nixon Peabody team achieved in its representation of a group of 26 New Hampshire hospitals seeking reimbursement from the state for indigent care costs.

When a fee becomes a tax: The difference between NH’s two key funding sources

New Hampshire Business Review | May 10, 2018

Manchester complex commercial dispute associates Kierstan Schultz and Nate Warecki authored this column discussing how New Hampshire distinguishes the difference between taxes and fees, the government’s two main sources of revenue, under law.

Law360 names attorneys who moved up the firm ranks in Q1

Law360 | May 06, 2018

In this roundup of promotions to partner and firm management positions, 14 attorneys from Nixon Peabody are highlighted. The 11 attorneys promoted to partner are Ellie Altshuler, Mark Beaudoin, Erik Birkeneder, Hannah Bornstein, Chris Browning, Barry Carrigan, Keri McWilliams, Matt Mullen, Steven Richard, Charles Tamuleviz and Alison Torbitt. In addition, Kenneth C. Lind was promoted to leader of the firms’ public finance practice group, Justin Thompson was promoted to office managing partner in LA, and Aaron Yowell was promoted to chief innovation officer.

Hospitals threaten to revive lawsuit, charge 'reckless' state dug itself $38M hole

The Union Leader (New Hampshire) | April 24, 2018

In the following coverage, Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell is quoted discussing a dispute between the state of New Hampshire and a group of hospitals over tax and reimbursements for uncompensated care.

Lawmakers hospitals feud over millions of dollars in tax fight

WMUR-TV | April 23, 2018

In the following coverage, Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell is quoted discussing a dispute between the state of New Hampshire and a group of hospitals over tax and reimbursements for uncompensated care.

NH hospitals rebuff senator’s $38M escrow plan, demand payments from state

Concord Monitor | April 23, 2018

Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell is mentioned in the article for his representation of a hospital group at a hearing of the New Hampshire state Senate finance committee. The hospitals are in a dispute with the state over reimbursements for health care services provided to people who cannot afford them.

Eye drop suit must stay tossed, pharma companies tell 1st Circuit

Law360 | April 18, 2018

Litigation Department Chair Scott O’Connell is mentioned in this article as one of the attorneys for a group of pharmaceutical companies asking the First Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a U.S. District Court ruling that rejected a lawsuit aimed at forcing a redesign of eye drop bottles.

When is Final, Final? Appeals from § 363(m) Findings

ABI Journal | April 04, 2018

New York City financial restructuring and bankruptcy counsel Chris Desiderio and Manchester financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Dan Sklar are co-authors of this article analyzing two recent circuit court decisions that may have exposed a weakness in the bankruptcy court sale-and-approval process.

New Hampshire Hospitals Win Challenge to Medicaid Payment Rules

Reuters | April 04, 2018

Litigation department chair Scott O’Connell is quoted in this story involving Nixon Peabody’s representation of an association of New Hampshire hospitals in its successful appeal against the U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. The lawsuit relates to a policy change about how Medicaid payment are calculated.

Prominent Keene shopping plazas up for auction again

Keene Sentinel | March 26, 2018

Manchester commercial real estate partner Mark Beaudoin is mentioned in this article for his legal work involving two prominent shopping centers in Keene, New Hampshire that are scheduled for foreclosure auction.

Long ordeal continues for local Indonesians

Seacoastonline.com | March 19, 2018

This op-ed discusses the Indonesian Christian immigrants in New Hampshire facing deportation and mentions Nixon Peabody’s work to successfully halt the deportations in order to reopen the individuals’ immigration cases. The pro bono team includes Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero.

NH Business Newsmakers

The Union Leader | February 04, 2018

Manchester real estate partner Mark Beaudoin was included in this round-up of executive promotions.

Removal of 50 Indonesian Christian immigrants put on hold

Law360 | February 01, 2018

Nixon Peabody’s pro bono team, which includes Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations & white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, is featured in this article noting a judge’s decision to halt immigration officials from deporting a group of Indonesian Christians living in New Hampshire.

Federal Judge Blocks Deportation of Indonesians Living Illegally in NH

Reuters | January 31, 2018

In the following coverage, Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero are mentioned for their pro bono work representing Indonesian Christians in New Hampshire who face possible deportation by ICE.

The State Of Post-Secondary Education in the US

New Hampshire Business Review | January 18, 2018

Manchester financial restructuring and bankruptcy partner Dan Sklar contributed this article on the challenges facing colleges and universities.

For Judge These Immigrants in US are Like Jews Fleeing Nazis

Boston Globe | January 17, 2018

This front-page story recaps a federal court hearing for a group of Indonesian Christians seeking to reopen their immigration cases because they fear persecution back home. Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, Boston government investigations and white collar associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero, and Manchester commercial litigation associate Nate Warecki are representing this group pro bono.

ICE: No cause to delay Indonesian deportations

Foster’s Daily Democrat | December 21, 2017

This article mentions Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero for representing the Indonesian immigrants facing possible deportation and covers recent developments in the ongoing case.

Judge blocks deportation about-face by U.S. government

Courthousenews.com | November 28, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were mentioned in this article for their key court victory representing Indonesian immigrants who faced possible deportation.

Federal judge affirms right to halt Indonesian deportations

Seacoast Online | November 27, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation associate Nate Warecki talks about a favorable ruling in U.S. District Court on a pro bono matter that will ensure due process for 51 immigrants from Indonesia. Nate, along with Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero  teamed with the ACLU to represent the immigrants, who fled religious persecution in their home country but were threatened with deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

NH Indonesian community celebrates legal victory in deportation case

New Hampshire Union Leader | November 27, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane and associate Nate Warecki, and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were mentioned in this article on the 51 Indonesian immigrants who fled their home country due to religious persecution but faced possible deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

NH hospitals fight to keep CMS suit win at 1st Circ.

Law360 | November 21, 2017

This article mentions Boston commercial litigation associate Morgan Nighan and Manchester commercial litigation partner and litigation department head Scott O’Connell for representing New Hampshire hospitals in an ongoing dispute involving a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services reimbursement policy. Scott is also quoted.

Children’s health org backs hospitals in 1st Circ. CMS row

Law360 | November 16, 2017

This article quotes Manchester commercial litigation partner and litigation department head Scott O’Connell and mentions him and Boston commercial litigation associate Morgan Nighan as counsel representing New Hampshire hospitals in a dispute involving a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid services reimbursement policy.

Dover Indonesian detainee: ‘I am free now’

Foster’s Daily Democrat | November 01, 2017

This article on the release of Indonesian immigrant Terry Rombot, whom immigration officials detained over the summer in New Hampshire, mentions Nixon Peabody for representing the Indonesian immigrants in an ongoing class-action lawsuit.

CPFB arbitration rule: What you need to know

New Hampshire Business Review | October 26, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane authored this article about what businesses should know about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new rule that limits arbitration use in consumer financial products and services agreements.

Shaheen pleased by Sununu’s letter on Indonesians

Foster’s Daily Democrat | October 23, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were quoted in the following coverage of a hearing regarding their pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

Sununu asks Trump to stop deportations

Foster’s Daily Democrat | October 21, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were mentioned in the following coverage for their pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

Hearing held to address concerns of Indonesian immigrants facing deportation

WMUR | October 19, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were quoted in the following coverage of Friday’s hearing regarding their pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

Court battle continues for Indonesians

Foster’s Daily Democrat | October 19, 2017

Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero were quoted in the following coverage of a hearing regarding their pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

Sen. Shaheen questions Trump nominee on Indonesian immigration policy

Foster’s Daily Democrat | October 04, 2017

This article on Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, Trump nominee to ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom, includes the court win by Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero to delay the deportation of dozens of Indonesian immigrants.

Judge puts deportations of local Indonesians on hold

Portsmouth Herald | September 25, 2017

This article recaps a federal court decision to delay the deportation of dozens of Indonesian immigrants living in New Hampshire.  Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero are providing pro bono representation to these immigrants.

Suit filed to halt deportation of local Indonesians

Foster's Daily Democrat | September 25, 2017

This article is about Manchester commercial litigation partner Dan Deane, associate Nate Warecki and Boston government investigations and white collar defense associate Ronaldo Rauseo-Ricupero’s pro bono class action case involving Indonesian Christians facing deportation.

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