Waystack Frizzell Argues at the N.H. Supreme Court in Favor of Post-Judgment Interest for Prevailing Parties in Civil Matters

On February 12, 2014, Waystack Frizzell’s associate, Attorney Erin S. Meenan, argued at the New Hampshire Supreme Court. Waystack Frizzell assisted our client in appealing the decision of the Probate Division that denied our client’s request for post-judgment interest on a judgment issued in its favor by the Colebrook District Court in February 2002. Specifically, our client was seeking an order from the Supreme Court stating it was entitled to the accrued post-judgment interest as a matter of law even if the underlying order was silent on the issue. The defendant debtor, appellee, argued that our client’s claim was barred by the doctrine of res judicata and further, that our client’s attempts to collect post judgment interest was contrary to the purposes of NH RSA 524:6-a.  To watch the argument click here.

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