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Tammy Nguyen is a member of the Complex Commercial Disputes practice group. Her practice includes litigating in a variety of areas, including breach of contract, breach of non-solicitation agreements, business torts, white collar defense, and insurance coverage matters.
I assist companies and individuals from a diverse range of industries through all stages of litigation in both state federal court. I have significant experience defending clients in class action lawsuits, cases involving breach of contract disputes, tort claims, construction defect claims, and insurance coverage matters.
My practice involves evaluating client risks and defenses, developing case strategies, drafting pleadings, responding to and issuing discovery requests, negotiating settlements, reviewing and analyzing document e-discovery productions, attending conferences and hearings, taking and defending depositions, and drafting and arguing dispositive and procedural motions.
Representative experience includes representations from prior firm.
I am paying close attention to challenges arising during the e-Discovery process of litigation as well as corresponding technological developments. Staying updated is critical to ensure that we can manage the discovery process efficiently and to our advantage.
This article, focusing on roughly 600 New Hampshire residents at risk of losing at-home care in July if the state doesn’t increase its Medicaid-funded Choices for Independence (CFI) payments to providers, refers to a pending CFI federal lawsuit filed against the state Department of Health and Human Services by NP, New Hampshire Legal Assistance, Disability Rights Center – New Hampshire, and the AARP Foundation. The NP team involved in the case is led by Manchester Complex Disputes counsel Kierstan Schultz and includes Government Investigations & White-Collar Defense partner Mark Knights and Cybersecurity & Privacy partner Dan Deane, both of Manchester, and Complex Disputes associates Scott Dinner of Washington, DC and Tammy Nguyen of Chicago.
University of Maryland, B.A.
University of Notre Dame Law School, J.D.
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