Cooper Cargill Chant, PA – Legal Counsel to a Great Community for 40 Years
February 6, 2018
The law firm of Cooper Cargill Chant, PA. is pleased to announce it is celebrating 40 years of providing legal services to individuals, businesses and organizations throughout northern New Hampshire and western Maine.
Today, as the largest law firm in Northern New Hampshire, Cooper Cargill Chant reflects on 40 years of service to its communities. The firm’s history began when Robert Dickson, Peter Fauver and Randall Cooper combined their practices to form the firm of Dickson, Fauver and Cooper.
Steady growth followed and in the early 1980s resulted in expansion of the firm’s Pine Street office, nearly doubling its size. During the 1980s Robert B. Dickson was appointed as a Superior Court Judge and Dorcas “Penny” Deans became a partner of the firm. In the 1990s, Peter Fauver was also appointed as a Superior Court Judge. Ken Cargill and Paul Chant became partners of the firm.
In 2002 the firm moved to its current location on White Mountain Highway in North Conway and later in the decade the firm added a second office located in downtown Berlin. Through the years, the firm continued to grow and evolve. A mainstay through it all has been a strong commitment to clients and community. The firm sought and brought the highest caliber personnel to join its practice. Over the years, Dennis Morgan, Chris Meier and Leslie Leonard grew from associates to become partners in the firm. Associates Deborah Fauver, Tyler Ray and Andy Dean add to the breadth and depth of the firm’s knowledge and ability.
The firm’s partners, associates and staff have always been committed to giving back to the community through pro bono work, charitable gifts, donations and sponsorships as well as dedicated involvement in community and civic organizations.
As the firm reflects on the last 40 years, partner Paul Chant stated “We are humbled by the dedication of our employees and the loyalty of our clients, as well as the opportunity to represent and make a difference for so many local companies and organizations. We are proud to give back to and be involved in our communities through service and philanthropy”.
Cooper Cargill Chant, PA looks forward to many more years of service and extends heart-felt appreciation to the many people that have contributed to the firm’s success.
Cooper Cargill Chant is the largest law firm in Northern New Hampshire with office in North Conway and Berlin. Its attorneys represent a wide range of individuals, businesses and organizations in central and northern New Hampshire and western Maine. Practice areas include: personal injury; real estate; business and corporate; planning; zoning and municipal; civil litigation; family law, bankruptcy, employment law, criminal defense and DWI.
For more information about firm, call (603) 345-5439 or visit the website at www.CooperCargillChant.com.
Cooper Cargill Chant Attorney Dennis Morgan Admitted to Vermont Bar
July 27, 2017
Cooper Cargill Chant Attorney Dennis Morgan was recently admitted into the Vermont State Bar.
Cooper Cargill Chant Attorney Dennis Morgan Volunteers on the KHS Scoreboard Project Committee
January 25, 2017
Kennett High School Scoreboard Project Closing In On Fundraising Goal
The Kennett High School Scoreboard Committee has announced the receipt of a donation by the Zeb’s Charitable Fund in the amount of $1,500. This grant will be a welcome addition to the monies already raised for the purchase and installation of two electronic scoreboards for the girls and boys field hockey/lacrosse/soccer fields. “These scoreboards will be a tremendous enhancement to the spectator experience and give our athletes a sense of pride in their school when competing on the athletic fields,” commented Neal Weaver, Kennett High School Athletic Director.
The Scoreboard Committee, partnering with the Gary Millen Foundation on the project, is closing in on the amount needed for the scoreboards. “We are over 50% towards the fundraising needed for this project.” commented scoreboard committee member Dennis Morgan, “and very much appreciate everyone’s support. We are so close and hope the community will put us over the top as we schedule future fund raising events.” The first such event will be a “Dine To Donate” fund raising event on January 26th from 5:30 pm – 9 pm at Black Cap Cafe. A large fund raising event will take place later on in April.
If interested in making a contribution, checks can be sent to Kennett High School Athletic Department (re: Scoreboard Project), 409 Eagles Way, North Conway, NH 03860. For further information, contact Neal Weaver at 356-4335. Information on Zeb’s Charitable fund may be found at www.zebs.com.