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Susan Hollinger practices banking, real estate and business law, on a full range of issues primarily related to the financial services industry, with an emphasis on regulatory matters and transactional work.
She is involved with real estate issues impacting entities, including banks and charitable trusts, privacy issues involving financial institutions, complex commercial loan transactions and loan workouts, de novo bank formations, bank mergers, consolidations, branch bank and insurance agency acquisitions, non-bank lending and insurance licensing in New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts.
Susan conducts seminars on timely and important issues such as:
As a panelist for the NH Bar Association's seminar on the Trust Modernization Act, she spoke on the impact of the Act on non-depository trust companies. A former member of the board of directors of the Capital Regional Development Corporation and its real estate committee, Susan has helped to promote development and lending for commercial enterprises in Concord and adjacent communities in order to expand the local economy and tax base.
She is a member of the Real Property and Probate Section of the New Hampshire Bar, and is a member of the New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont Bars.
She graduated from Clemson University with honors and the George Washington University Law School.
Recent articles by Susan B. Hollinger:
New Post-Foreclosure Tenant Protections
New Hampshire Mandates Data Breach Notification
How To Negotiate a Third-Party Vendor Contract
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