Gary M. Burt

Gary M. Burt

Managing Shareholder / Chair
Manchester NH

Posts by Gary M. Burt

A Recent Defense Win for Gary Burt

DRI member Gary M. Burt a shareholder with…

Gary Burt & Adam Mordecai Highlighted in DRI Newsletter

Gary Burt and Adam Mordecai recently received…

Primmer Shareholders Secure Important Victory in Osman Case

Shareholders Gary Burt and Adam Mordecai…

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Gary Burt’s experience bringing more than 200 jury trials to conclusion has given him a unique vantage point from which to provide clients with cost-efficient and effective representation. As one of New Hampshire’s most experienced trial attorneys, Gary brings a wealth of knowledge to his work for businesses and individuals throughout the state. He is known for his expertise advocating for clients in commercial and business litigation, insurance coverage matters, toxic tort litigation, product liability litigation, defamation claims, and claims for personal injury.

Admitted to Practice

  • New Hampshire Bar
  • New Hampshire Supreme Court
  • New Hampshire Superior Courts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire
  • Maryland Bar
  • Maryland Court of Appeals
  • Maryland County Courts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
  • Connecticut Bar
  • Connecticut Supreme Court
  • Connecticut Superior Court
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut
  • Massachusetts Bar
  • Vermont Bar

Professional Affiliations

  • Defense Research Institute
  • New Hampshire Bar Association
  • Manchester Bar Association

Education

  • Catholic University of America, J.D.
  • Providence College, B.A.

Speaking Engagements

  • Regularly lectures at continuing legal education seminars in New Hampshire

Notables

Successfully represented:

  • Two business owners, sued for allegedly stealing corporate funds and redirecting business, who cross-claimed for damages arising from a failed buyout, resulting in a million dollar judgment against the seller

Successfully defended:

  • Wholesale grocer against a multi-million dollar fraud claim, obtaining a defendant's verdict after two weeks of trial;
  • Architect in a two-week trial brought by developer of a hotel/condominium development seeking more than a million dollars;
  • Landlord in a million dollar lead paint claim;
  • Oil delivery company against a million dollar pollution claim;
  • Professional liability insurance carrier against a million dollar Director's and Officer's coverage claim brought by stockholders who asserted the Board had failed to adequately value the company when liquidating stock.