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Thu May 16, 2013
Outgoing N.H. Attorney General Takes Position In Private Practice
Outgoing New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney is taking a position with the McLane Law Firm.
Delaney will join the firm later this month as a director in the litigation practice group.
McLane’s Managing Partner Dick Samuels said Delaney brings extensive litigation and government experience to regulatory and compliance matters at the firm.
Back in March, Delaney announced he would be step down from the role after his term expired.
He replaced Kelly Ayotte as attorney general in 2009, when she stepped down to run for the U.S. Senate.
Nashua attorney Joe Foster succeeds Delaney. He was sworn in Wednesday.