“Please accept this letter as a recommendation for Mr. Arthur House. I have known Mr. House since 1990 in the capacity of an attorney/client relationship … representing his interest in protracted civil litigation, to include a two-week jury trial. His ability to quickly grasp the intricacies of partnership law, to include a rather complicated principal/agency type relationship, were apparent. Art was directly involved in all aspects of this litigation, to include briefing of depositions, preparing memorandum, and preparing expert witness.
I want to emphasize several thoughts about Mr. House. First, he is a very bright individual. He quickly grasps the subtlety of complex situations, and devises resolutions. Second, is his ability to work, and work hard. I could always count on Art producing the information I needed. Third, is the veracity Mr. House has exhibited. Often times in representing a client, choices are made that allow an attorney to judge the character of his or her client. The choices Mr. House made impressed me. He had many opportunities to take full advantage of a fellow partner, which would have led to Mr. House’s financial benefit, but which Mr. House refused to do because of his personal morals.
Art’s energy is overwhelming, and he has the ability to work … sixty or seventy hours per week. The more he works, the happier he seems to be. This trait, whether it be healthy, is one which successful people seem to be inflicted with.” - John Robert Wilson, Esquire Goff and Wilson PA Concord, New Hampshire