John F. Bisson handles a diverse civil practice, which includes commercial and business litigation, probate, personal injury, appeals, and general counseling. Licensed to practice law in the States of New Hampshire and Maine, he also provides counseling in real estate development, acquisition, leasing and financing, community association law, corporate, employment, and contract matters.
John is a member of several associations, including the New Hampshire, Manchester and Maine Bar Associations, the New Hampshire Association for Justice, and the Community Association Institute. He served on the School Board for the Catholic Diocese of Manchester and as a Board Member for the University of Maine School of Law Alumni Association. He has assisted the New Hampshire Bar Association’s... Read more
Mark E. Connelly, of counsel with the firm, specializes in community association law. Prior to joining Cronin, Bisson and Zalinsky, P.C., Attorney Connelly practiced from his offices at North Main Street, Concord, New Hampshire for over 23 years, and represents over 250 community associations throughout New Hampshire. As a long standing member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), his areas of expertise include Community Association Law, Collections, Covenants Enforcement Litigation, and Condominium Development & Registration.
University of New Hampshire, Adjunct Professor
Franklin Pierce College, Adjunct Professor
Community Association Institute - NH, Course Instructor
National Business Institute: Legal Aspects of Condominium... Read more
John G. Cronin founded the firm in 1991, after practicing with the Manchester law firm formerly known as Cullity, Kelley & McDowell. Licensed to practice law in both the State of New Hampshire and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, he maintains a diverse business and commercial counseling practice. He also provides assistance with real estate development, real estate tax abatements, insurance, personal injury, and bankruptcy matters.
John is a member of several associations, including the New Hampshire, Manchester and Massachusetts Bar Associations, the New Hampshire Association for Justice, the New Hampshire Auto Dealers Association and the Apartment Association of New Hampshire. He is also a past president and board member of the Apartment Association of New Hampshire. He... Read more
Daniel D. Muller, Jr. joined the firm in 2007 after practicing in the City of Manchester Solicitor’s Office for over ten years. While at the Solicitor’s Office, Dan counseled the City’s land use planning boards and assisted in labor relations and contract negotiations. Dan handles a diverse civil practice which includes civil litigation, real estate law, land use, condominium development and management and labor law.
Dan is an active member of the New Hampshire Bar Association and the Manchester Bar Association.
Dan received his B.A. from the University of New Hampshire in 1993, and his J.D. from Tulane University in 1996.
Christine M. Windler is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire and New England School of Law. Additionally, she has earned a Masters of Taxation Degree from Boston University School of Law. Prior to her legal career, she worked for several years in the medical field as a registered nurse. She specializes in estate and tax planning, and probate administration.
Chris is a member of the New Hampshire State Bar, the Elder Law, Estate Planning and Probate Sections of the New Hampshire Bar, and is a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. She is currently President of the Board of Directors of the Manchester Community Theater Players, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Marquis Musical Pre-Kindergarten and a member of the St. Joseph Regional Junior High... Read more
Bertrand A. Zalinsky focuses on business, commercial and real estate law representing individuals and enterprises in both transactional and litigation contexts as part of his general practice of law. Having served as inside general counsel to a New Hampshire technology products and professional services firm, Bert is experienced in advocating and legal problem solving for clients in a diverse array of business matters, including entity formation, maintenance, restructuring and dissolution, from choice of entity to member/shareholder dispute resolution and business split ups, employment law, and commercial negotiation and disputes. Bert is an active member of the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Bar Associations.
Bert's practice also includes real estate & probate, real estate... Read more