Author: Jack Kenny

Q&A with Rudman Center Director John Greabe

In addition to teaching both constitutional and administrative law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law in Concord, he is currently director of the school’s Warren B. Rudman Center for Justice, Leadership and Public Service

Q&A with Attorney Barry Needleman

Barry Needleman is managing director of the Manchester-based of McLane Middleton. The law firm celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, which is a sign of it being ‘a strong, effective organization that is very good at what it does,’ he says.

Q&A with Historic Preservation Director Elizabeth Muzzey

‘There are tremendous economic benefits to the rehabilitating of historic properties,’ says Elizabeth Muzzey, who is set to step down as director of the state Division of Historical Preservation at the end of July after 12 years in the job.

Q&A with Congressman Chris Pappas

‘The feedback I was getting from people when I was campaigning is that corporations and special interests are having an outsized influence in Washington and that has its impact on policy,’ says 1st District Congressman Chris Pappas.

Q&A Actor/director Bob Shea

‘The arts make you smarter, make you think more open-mindedly,’ says Bob Shea, who has for the past 33 years been director of the Barnstormers theater in Tamworth.

Q&A with Fisher Cats owner Art Solomon

"My basic interest in real estate is to buy and rebuild apartments. That’s business. Owning a minor league baseball team is really for the fun of it," says Fisher Cats owner Art Solomon.

Q&A with Attorney John Cunningham

A change in federal tax law enables owners of closely held businesses to reap a substantial reduction in their tax bill, says John Cunningham.

Q&A with Secretary of State Bill Gardner

‘We never took it away from the rest of the states. It happened here naturally,’ says Secretary of State Bill Gardner of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary. He’s shown here with Gov. Chris Sununu after Gardner won his 22nd term in December, a narrow victory over Colin Van Ostern.