Civil Litigation and Appellate Practice
Boutin Lowman is the single source for the legal needs of many of our clients. Should the need for litigation arise, our goal is to provide practical, cost-effective, and strategic dispute resolution. Boutin Lowman’s diverse civil litigation practice includes representing clients before state and federal trial and appellate courts and administrative agencies and local boards.
Our attorneys have extensive experience handling a variety of matters for individuals, businesses of all sizes and municipalities, including complex commercial and contract disputes, debt collection, valuation disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, fraud and consumer protection claims, intellectual property disputes, employment disputes, and wills and trust contests.
We regularly represent property owners, developers, home and condominium associations and other individuals and companies facing all varieties of real estate disputes, including commercial and residential lease disputes and evictions, breach of real estate contracts, valuation disputes, adverse possession, easement, boundary line and access disputes, eminent domain and condemnation, and partition and quiet title actions.
Boutin Lowman is also experienced in handling a broad range of appeals involving probate and family law, general commercial law, insurance and environmental law, land use and municipal law. Our attorneys are experienced in developing the trial record for future appeal, in researching legal issues to prepare for and argue the appeal, as well as crafting the appellate brief and arguing the appeal before the New Hampshire Supreme Court.