New Hampshire Business Review - October 23, 2020

Getting ready to vote on Election Day? You might want to take a look at the answers the major party candidates running for governor and Congress gave to several key business-related questions posed by NHBR in our latest issue. Some of the answers are predictable, but not all.

The new issue of the NH Business Review also reviews the results of a recent survey of the state’s arts and entertainment industry, which – like so many other industries in the Granite State – is struggling to keep up during the pandemic. But, as it turns out, their concerns may be even more dire.

And speaking of learning to cope in the pandemic, we also have a look at the growing trend among workers to become freelancers as a way, not just as a way to make extra money but to pursue their careers.

Also, don’t forget to take a look at our annual compilation of New Hampshire’s top business lawyers – a comprehensive list of attorney across the state, sorted by specialty.

New Hampshire’s best business lawyers

Each year, BL Rankings conducts an exhaustive search for the country’s top attorneys and publishes their names in its comprehensive volume, “The Best Lawyers in America.” Here is a compilation of the top attorneys who practice in New Hampshire in more than two dozen legal specialties related to the needs of businesses, from administrative law to workers’ compensation.