Updated: Apr 13
New Hampshire is privileged to host the headquarters of several top law firms, and Clean Energy NH is even more privileged to have the very best of the best as members, including the law firm of Primmer, Piper, Eggleston, and Cramer (PPE&C). With offices in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Littleton as well as several offices in Vermont and Washington D.C., PPE&C’s team of attorneys is well-suited to serve clients in the renewable energy industry and beyond.
PPE&C is a full-service law firm that can assist clients with virtually every business-related issue, including the oftentimes complex area of taxation. In fact, they been awarded “Best Tax Law Firm” for the past three years in a row in VT. Nicole Bodoh is a member of the taxation team, and she brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in both federal and state tax issues to assist her clients.
“I enjoy working with a diverse group of clients, some of whom are local and some of whom aren’t based in the state,” says Nicole, who has been with the firm for six years and is licensed to practice in NH, VT, MA, and PA. “Our firm can assist businesses of all sizes with regulatory issues, corporate and governance issues, mergers and acquisitions…we do it all!”
Nicole’s specialty is tax law. “There tends to be a lot of confusion regarding New Hampshire tax laws. It’s a unique state because there is no income tax, but the state does have complex businesses taxes with requirements that some may not be aware of. New Hampshire tax laws can be very different from the federal level or even those of other states.”
It’s for these reasons that Clean Energy NH will be hosting an event sponsored by PPE&C on May 23 at the UNH School of Law in Concord on “Renewable Energy Taxation 101”. Featuring attorney Nicole Bodoh from PPE&C and several other topic experts, the event will provide an overview of various tax issues and attendees will leave with a better understanding of the complex world of taxation. Registration is available online here.
For Nicole, the topic is one that never fails to spark her professional interest. “It’s like putting together pieces of a puzzle,” Nicole says of her work negotiating contracts and working with her business clients, a task helped by her previous experience working as an English-as-a-second-language teacher and helping students with interpretations.
PPE&C also serves clients in the energy, utility, and environmental spheres. Clean Energy NH has worked with another of the firm’s top attorneys, Elijah Emerson of the Montpelier, VT office, in our regulatory initiatives at the Public Utilities Commission.
Says Eli about working with Clean Energy NH: “I love working with CENH and its members because it invigorates me and reminds me why I became a lawyer – to help people make the world a cleaner, better place.”
Learn more about Primmer, Piper, Eggleston, & Cramer and connect with their attorneys here!