|Jay M. Niederman|
Submitted by Jay M. Niederman, Niederman, Stanzel & Lindsey
Published by The National List of Attorneys
The author, Jay M. Niederman, is a member of the New Hampshire and New Jersey Bars and has specialized in collections, subrogation cases and related matters since 1972. He has lectured extensively on collections, commercial law and related subjects for numerous organizations. He has received board certification as a Creditors Rights Specialist by the American Board of Certification and is the only attorney exclusively practicing in New Hampshire who has been awarded this certification.
Mr. Niederman is the founder and senior partner of Niederman, Stanzel & Lindsey. Located in Manchester, New Hampshire, the firm is a state-wide practice and is recognized throughout the Region as a leader in commercial and consumer collections, and related creditors’ rights matters. Other members of the firm include John Stanzel, who joined the firm in 1988 and has been designated as a Certified Subrogation Recovery Professional by the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP); Kristin Lindsey, who originally joined the firm as a paralegal in 1986, and since her admission to the bar in 1995 has developed proficiency in complex collection matters, construction claims, mechanics liens, bond claims, bankruptcy and insurance matters; and Thomas Walker who also began with the firm as a paralegal, was admitted to the bar in 2006 and works exclusively on collection and subrogation cases.
I. Laws Relating to New Hampshire Debt Collection:
a. Statute of Limitations: