Richard M. Husband

Richard Husband has been a civil litigator specializing in commercial, business and real estate litigation, collections and other creditors’ rights matters, including bankruptcy, since 1988. He brings experience in a wide range of civil litigation, and related legal expertise, to Allen/Fuller. His clients have included Fleet Bank, Banc One, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Imperial Capital Bank, Bank of New England, Danvers Bank, developers, contractors, landowners, business partners and manufacturers. Mr. Husband has two years of experience as in-house counsel, managing a substantial litigation portfolio. For four years, Mr. Husband also engaged in an intellectual property litigation practice, involved in cases involving patent infringement, trademark infringement, trade secret misappropriation and Lanham Act claims. Mr. Husband continues his civil litigation practice with the Firm.

Mr. Husband received his law degree, in 1988, from Boston College Law School, where he was a reporter on the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter Digest. In 1989, just out of law school, he authored “Knowing Endangerment” Under the Clean Water Act and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act: Be Aware of this Toxic Crime, published in 31 New Hampshire Bar Journal (1989). He is licensed to practice in Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine, is admitted to practice before the Federal Courts in all three states and has litigated cases in the Delaware Federal Court and the Illinois Federal Court pro hac vice. Cases he has been involved in include the successful defense of a wrongful foreclosure claim against a bank through a five-day trial, establishing a forged deed through trial, upholding his client’s title claim through an adverse possession trial and the “second chairing” a trial concerning concerning patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation and Lanham Act claims in Delaware federal court.

Prior to attending law school, Mr. Husband majored in Classics at the University of New Hampshire, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree summa cum laude. A long-time New Hampshire resident, Mr. Husband is a member of the Town of Litchfield Conservation Commission and an avid genealogy buff.

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