Representative Matters

About Cole Associates in Lebanon, NH

  • United States District Court, Southern District of New York: Purjes v. Plausteiener (2017) -Cole Associates wins judgment defending a $5,000,000 claim


  • United States District Court, Southern District of New York: MFW Associates, LLC v. Steven and Susan Plausteiner (2017) -Cole Associates wins trial court victory defending a $1,000,000 breach of contract case.


  • segTEL, Inc. v. City of Nashua (2017) -Cole Associates wins appeal in the New Hampshire Supreme Court for competitive local exchange carriers tax liability for right of way usage.


  • In re Navistar (2016) -Cole Associates enters class-action lawsuit and forces significant settlement on behalf of client.


  • Attorneys Cole and Myers defended Volkswagen of America in a three-week jury trial in Federal court in New Hampshire involving complex products liability suit with multiple economic, engineering, physical injury experts.


  • We have represented a high net-worth husband seeking divorce in three-week bench trial to successful outcome.


  • We have defended clients in several multi-million dollar contract actions in a New York Federal court.


  • We have represented a creditor of a ski area in a large foreclosure action in Vermont.


  • We have has represented students and fraternities at several major universities in Title IX actions.


  • We have represented a large telecommunications company before the NHPUC and the New Hampshire Supreme Court defeating several Rural ILECs and gaining access to once “exclusive” service territories.


  • We have has appeared before New Hampshire legislature for favorable enactment of statutes.


  • We have enforced 47 USC § 253 in state and federal courts to ensure non-discriminatory ordinances of municipalities and/or treatment by ILECs.


  • We have represented the sister of an ALS patient in will contest against wife after his death, negotiating extremely high emotions.


  • Attorney Cole has practiced civil rights litigation representing numerous underprivileged clients before EEOC and Federal and state courts. She has won jury verdicts in New York Federal court and successfully negotiated settlements in other proceedings against large corporations.

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