Shaheen & Gordon founders, William H. Shaheen and Steven M. Gordon,
served together as the United States Attorney and Assistant United States
Attorney for New Hampshire from 1976 through 1981. When they left the
U.S. Attorney’s Office, they went into private practice together.
Their background in criminal prosecution formed the cornerstone of their
criminal defense team in private practice.
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NH jury awards record record-breaking verdict in defamation lawsuit.
Pedestrian injured by tractor trailer truck making illegal U-turn received a settlement of $1,700,000.00 as compensation.
United States District Court – May 2011. Obtained $175,000 judgment on behalf of a commercial client who sued parent company of competitor in a tortuous interference with contract case.
A substantial creditor's claim was successfully defeated against an estate on grounds that the claim was untimely presented.
Obtained a $3.1 million dollar judgment after a four-week trial proving the Federal Bureau of Investigation caused the murder of John McIntyre.
Successfully achieved a resolution consistent with the interests of a defendant public waste water treatment plant and its insurer after years of litigation in a case alleging wrongful death from exposure to bio-solids (sludge).
Attorney Timothy P. Beaupre represented a gentleman who injured his back while lifting heavy materials at work.
Corporate client discovers that former independent contractors have downloaded electronic data and deleted data from company computers.
In McIntyre v. United States, obtained an order requiring the United States to pay $925,000 in attorneys' fees by proving that government attorneys acted in bad faith by "lying" to the district court.
Successful appeal to the N.H. Supreme Court of an interstate child support case involving significant child support arrearages owed by a New Hampshire resident.
Earned not guilty verdict after trial against the New Hampshire State Police where client was lost and out of gas on the side of I-93, Trooper alleged odor of alcohol, client admitted to consumption of alcohol and allegedly failed field sobriety cases.
Successfully defended closely held company against request for a preliminary injunction brought by a competitor, arising out of an employee non-compete agreement.
Successfully defended a provider against a claim for Medicare overpayments in excess of two million dollars.
Represented clients in a six-figure real estate dispute. Case was dismissed after aggressive discovery and pre-trial motions.
Attorney Beaupre worked closely with his client to make the disability process as worry-free as possible, while ensuring financial protection for his client while he remains unable to work.