Attorneys from our law firm have demonstrated their loyalty and dedication by serving the public and representing the private sector. Several distinguished attorneys from our firm have served as Judges. Our attorneys have served as trustees and directors of non-profit and profit corporations; served on state, regional and local governmental and educational boards; and donated considerable time and service to numerous community-related activities.
William S. Hall email@example.com
Mr. Hall graduated from the University of Vermont (B.A. 1965) and Boston University (LL.B. 1968) before joining his father in the firm in 1968. He has served as a Captain with the United States Army Intelligence (1968-1970) and as a Trustee of Concord Hospital and Capital Region Health Care (1991-2004). He was admitted to practice law in New Hampshire (1968). He is a member of the Merrimack County, New Hampshire and American Bar Associations, New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association and Defense Research Institute. His areas of practice include litigation, probate, estate planning, corporate and real estate law.
Thomas W. Morse firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Morse graduated from Amherst College (B.A. 1969) and the University of Maine (J.D. 1975), where he was a member of the University of Maine Law Review (1974-1975). He served with the United States Army Adjutant General Corps, 32 Army Air Defense Command (1970-1972). He joined his father, Mayland "Dutch" Morse in the firm in 1975. He was admitted to the New Hampshire Bar in 1976. He is a member of the New Hampshire and American Bar Associations and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. His areas of practice include estate planning, probate law, elder law and bankruptcy law.
Frank P. Spinella, Jr. email@example.com
Following graduation from Cornell University (B.A. 1976, J.D. 1979), Mr. Spinella practiced law in the District of Columbia, Connecticut and New York City before moving to New Hampshire in 1987. He joined the firm in 1995. He is admitted to the bars of the District of Columbia (1979), Connecticut (1983), New Hampshire (1985), New York (1985), and Massachusetts (1994), and is listed in Best Lawyers in America ® in the field of commercial litigation. He is the author of a number of law journal articles, including “Categorization and Presumptions in Horizontal Antitrust Cases,” 22 New England L. Rev. 293 (1987); “Business Electronics and the Coerced Supplier,” 95 Commercial L.J. 230 (1990); “Securing Mechanic's Liens: Lis Pendens, Ex Parte or With Notice?” 31 N.H. Bar J. 15 (1990); “Antitrust’s ‘State Action’ Doctrine and the Policy of the Commerce Clause,” 39 Antitrust Bull. 653 (1994); “Collecting on a New Hampshire Judgment,” 38 N.H. Bar J. 36 (1997). Mr. Spinella's areas of practice include general commercial litigation, including construction, trade regulation, collections and banking law.
G.Wells Anderson (of counsel)
After graduating from Bowdoin College (B.A. 1954) and Harvard Law School (LL.B. 1957), Mr. Anderson served the Concord community and the State of New Hampshire as the Merrimack County Attorney (1963-1967), an Assistant Attorney General (1967-1968), a Concord School Board Member (1962-1972), a Trustee of Coe-Brown Academy (1994-2004), the Director of Charitable Trusts for the State of New Hampshire (1971-1975), and a member of the Board of Governors for the New Hampshire Bar Association (1980-1983). He joined the firm in 1968. He was admitted to the practice of law both in New Hampshire and Maine in 1957 and is a member of the Merrimack County and New Hampshire Bar Associations. In addition to a wealth of litigation experience, Mr. Anderson's areas of practice included probate law, estate planning, elder law and bankruptcy law. He retired from the practice of law in 2010.