Robert S. Carey

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Robert Carey

Phone: 603.223.9110
Email: rcarey@orr-reno.com
Fax: 603.223.9010

Overview

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Bob defends businesses in legal disputes and in government investigations.  He advocates for injured people and their families and for elderly victims of financial fraud.

Past Experience

Prosecuted white-collar crimes and homicides, New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office

Notable cases

  • Coach, Inc. v. Peter J. Sapatis et al.  Successfully defended local business owner against claims of contributory trademark counterfeiting. Coach sought millions of dollars in damages. The jury rejected Coach’s claims, and returned a verdict for Mr. Sapatis.
  • Case name withheld due to confidential settlement. Obtained large settlement for man who nearly died from an undiagnosed infection after abdominal surgery.
  • Case name withheld due to confidential settlement. Obtained large settlement for woman who suffered permanent disfigurement due to bleach accident during root canal procedure.

Hobbies

Bob loves golfing, fishing and reading.

Personal Qualities

Bob brings a result-driven focus to his clients’ cases.

Professional and Community Involvement

Professional Involvement

  • Director, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
  • Former President, Catholic Lawyers Guild
  • Member of Committee on Creative Concord, Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce
  • Leadership Greater Concord, Class of 2007

Community Involvement

  • 2006- 2011, Cub Scout Den Leader, Town of Bow
  • Member of Diocesan Review Board, Diocese of Manchester
  • Lecturer, New Hampshire Police Cadet Training Academy
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