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Telephone: 603-643-4500
DAVID N. COLE II
35 South Main Street
Hanover, New Hampshire 03755-2047

Facsimile: 603-643-5297
E-Mail: dcole@colelaw.com

LEGAL EXPERIENCE

Admitted to practice in all federal, state, and Bankruptcy courts in New Hampshire and Vermont.

Approved mediator in Vermont and New Hampshire state and federal courts and by the New Hampshire Commission for Human Rights.

1989 to present

LAW OFFICE OF DAVID N. COLE: Civil and commercial litigation, focusing on personal injury and business law, representing plaintiffs in a broad variety of civil matters and employers and creditors in business formation, contract drafting, collection and employee issues, and workout and litigation of business disputes.

1986 to 1988

HON. SHANE DEVINE, Chief Judge, U.S. District Court, Concord, NH Law Clerk.

BUSINESS EXPERIENCE

1982-1983

D. NORDEN COLE ASSOCIATES, Etna, New Hampshire.
     Consult with small companies in connection with
     restructuring and new ventures.

1979-1982

NORTH COUNTRY CHEMICALS, INC., Penacook, New Hampshire.
     President: Direct and coordinate all company activities.

1975-1978

AIRKEM VT/NH, INC., West Lebanon, New Hampshire.
     Assistant to the President: Develop and implement
     corporate growth.

1972

VISTA (VOLUNTEERS IN SERVICE TO AMERICA)
     PDP Volunteer: Organize Native American farming
     cooperative.

EDUCATION

VERMONT LAW SCHOOL, South Royalton, VT; Juris Doctor cum laude 1986.
  • American Jurisprudence Award in Legal Professions.
  • Vermont Law Review.
  • FORUM: Business Manager; contributing columnist.
  • 1985 Debevoise Moot Court Competition.
  • Semester in Practice Faculty Committee: Student Representative.
  • Co-founded student chapter of Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America National Student Trial Advocacy Competition, 1986.
  • South Royalton Legal Clinic, 1985: Honors.

BABSON COLLEGE, Wellesley, MA; B.S./Business Administration 1969.

CIVIC ACTIVITIES

ROTARY CLUB, Lebanon, NH: President 1982-83.

UNITED DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES, Lebanon, NH: Board of Directors 1978-1979.

HANOVER ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT, 1999-2000

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Organizational Activities:

  • New Hampshire Supreme Court, Professional Conduct Committee, Member 2000-current.
  • New Hampshire Trial Lawyers Association: Trial Bar News, Editor-in-Chief, 1991-96; Editor 1987-1991; Board of Governors' Award 1994.
  • Grafton County Bar Association: President 1992-1993
  • New Hampshire Bar Association: Continuing Legal Education Committee 1988-95;
  • American Bar Association.
  • Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
  • Vermont Bar Association.
  • Windsor County Bar Association.
  • Lebanon College: Professor of Business Law 1989.
  • Daniel Webster Chapter, American Inns of Court, Barrister 1994-1997.
  • Frank R. Kenison Chapter, American Inns of Court, co-founder 1995-1997; President 1997-1999.
Chair of following legal conferences:
  • New Hampshire Bar Association: The New Hampshire DWI Case, Strategies March 1989;.
  • The New Federal Sentencing Guidelines December 1989 and update seminar September 1991;
  • Practical Ethics July 1992; Practical Skills Seminar (mandatory one-day seminar for all recently admitted New Hampshire attorneys) January and June 1989 through 1995, inclusive; District Court Practice April 1994; and Managing the Small Firm Practice December 1993.
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.: Collection Law in New Hampshire: Semi-annual one day seminar given 1996 to present.
  • Contracting in Hard Times: Construction law workshop for New Hampshire and Vermont contractors, subcontractors, and suppliers: March 1990.
  • Regularly featured speaker on radio and at meetings regarding current legal issues.

Author of following published articles:

  • Licensee/Employee Liability For Service Of Alcoholic Beverages, N.H. Trial Bar News June 1991.
  • Basic Contract Clauses, Val. Bus. J. March 1990.
  • Dealing With Shoplifters, Val. Bus. J. September 1989.
  • Mechanic's Liens, Val. Bus. J. April 1989 and March 1997.
  • Impeaching Effectively With Contradictory Deposition Testimony, N.H. Trial Bar News Fall 1988.
  • Overcoming Hearsay Objections To Business Correspondence Under New Hampshire Practice, N.H. Trial Bar News Summer 1988.
  • Courts and the Threat of Litigation Overload, N.H. Bar Journal 1988.
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