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Scott A. Wanner | email@example.com
Practice Areas: Family Law; Estate Planning; Trusts and Wills; Personal Injury and Wrongful Death; Product Liability; Small Business Advising; Corporation Formation, Maintenance, Compliance and Counsel; Contract Formation and Disputes; Intellectual Property Licensing; Employment Law; Malpractice; Bankruptcy; Insurance Recovery; Real Estate; Boundary Disputes; Landlord Tenant Disputes; Civil Litigation in State and Federal Courts; Arbitration and Mediation; Appeals; Federal Pract
Admitted: New Hampshire Bar, 2006; U.S. District Court, District of New Hampshire, 2008; Maine Bar, 2002 (in-active); U.S. District Court, District of Maine, 2002; U.S. First Circuit Court of Appeals, 2002; Illinois Bar, 2000 (in-active).
Law School: University of Illinois, James Scholar, M.A., 1997; Chancellor Scholar, B.A. 1993
College: University of New Hampshire, Bachelor of Arts in English (with minors in Philosophy and History), 1994
New Hampshire Bar Association; prior Member of Association of Corporate Counsel
“NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance,” New Hampshire Bar News, September & August 2009.
“NH Supreme Court At-a-Glance,” New Hampshire Bar News, October 2007.
“The Mold Challenge in Maine,”National Business Institute, 2003.
“Directors’ and Officers’ Liability Under Sarbanes-Oxley,”Co-authors K. Wolf and E. Smith,
Maine Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2003.
“Handling Pre-Suit Fire Investigations,”Co-author L. Leavitt, Defense Research Institute, 2002.
“Don’t Let the Spoliation Trap Snap,” Co-author L. Leavitt, Loss Executive Association, 2002.
Biography: Scott Wanner began practicing law in 2000 in the State of Illinois before moving to the Northeast Seacoast. Mr. Wanner’s practice has covered a wide array of civil and criminal matters. He has litigated for plaintiffs and defendants before numerous State, Federal, and Appellate Courts, as well as having experience in multi-district litigation, arbitration and mediation. In addition to his private practice experience, Mr. Wanner served as in-house general counsel for a technology company for seven years. Mr. Wanner enjoys teaching and has conducted college courses in Logic, Reasoning, Ethics, Philosophy, Rhetoric and Writing.
Born: Canton, Ohio