Susan Hollinger advises clients on diverse commercial, complex and traditional areas, financial services, business law, and real estate with an emphasis on state and Federal regulatory matters, contracts, transactional work and compliance.
Significant projects include: representing a Catholic religious order in divesting a Catholic school and modifying charitable trust; forming de novo depository banks and non-depository trust companies; successfully completing the first domestication of an out of state non-depository trust company; reorganizing mutual banks into a mutual holding companies; converting a charter from a federal savings bank to a state, member bank; and, modernizing the New Hampshire banking statutes.
Susan counsels clients in numerous bank and insurance agency and other business acquisitions, legislative matters, privacy and data breach issues, licensed lending by auto dealers and mortgage bankers.
She has spoken at numerous seminars on banking and trust issues as well as elder financial abuse prevention.
Susan is a member of the board of trustees of the New Hampshire Higher Education Loan Corporation and heads the risk committee. She has volunteered with Cradles to Crayons, LawLine, and Coalition Against Later Life Abuse/Financial Abuse Specialty Team.
Susan graduated from Clemson University with honors and the George Washington University Law School.
Susan is a member of the Real Property and Probate Section of the New Hampshire Bar, and is admitted in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont.