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Full title: Motion for Andrew C. Helman to Appear pro hac vice Filed by Debtor The Prospect-Woodward Home (Attachments: # 1 Affidavit Declaration of Andrew C. Helman # 2 Proposed Order Proposed Order re Helman PHV) (Marshall, J.) (Entered: 09/01/2021)

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FOR ADMISSION OF ANDREW C. HELMAN AS COUNSEL PRO HAC VICE Pursuant to Rule 2090-1 of the New Hampshire Local Bankruptcy Rules, J. Christopher Marshall, a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of New Hampshire and of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire, requests entry of an order: (A) authorizing Andrew C. Helman to appear and practice pro hac vice before this Court in connection with the above-captioned case and in any and all related proceedings on behalf of the State of New Hampshire, acting through the New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Trust Director, and the New Hampshire Department of Insurance (and any other agency of the State of New Hampshire requiring representation); and (B) waiving New Hampshire District Court Local Rule 83.2(b), to the extent it requires a member of the bar of this Court to sign all filings and to attend all hearings in this proceeding.Mr. Helman is a Partner of the law firm Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP, with offices located at 254 Commercial Street, Suite 245, Portland, ME 04101, and One Beacon Street, Suite 25300, Boston, MA 02108.Attached to this motion as Exhibit A is the Declaration of Andrew C. Helman indicating that (a) he is a member in good standing in every jurisdiction in which he has been admitted to practice, (b) there are no disciplinary proceedings pending against him in any jurisdiction, and (c) he is familiar with the requirements of the Local Rules of this Court. Grounds therefore exist to permit Mr. Helman to appear and practice pro hac vice in the above case on behalf of the State of New Hampshire, acting through the New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Based on the foregoing, Attorney Marshall requests that this Court enter an order (A) granting this Motion; (B) authorizing Mr. Helman to appear and practice before this Court pro hac vice in this case and all related proceedings; (C) waiving New Hampshire District Court Local Rule 83.2(b) with respect to Mr. Helman, to the extent it applies; and (D) granting such further relief as the Court deems appropriate.

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UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY COURT DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE In re: ) ) Chapter 11 The Prospect-Woodward Home, ) ) Case No. 21-10523 Debtor. ) ) MOTION FOR ADMISSION OF ANDREW C. HELMAN AS COUNSEL PRO HAC VICE Pursuant to Rule 2090-1 of the New Hampshire Local Bankruptcy Rules, J. Christopher Marshall, a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of New Hampshire and of the United States District Court for the District of New Hampshire, requests entry of an order: (A) authorizing Andrew C. Helman to appear and practice pro hac vice before this Court in connection with the above-captioned case and in any and all related proceedings on behalf of the State of New Hampshire, acting through the New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Trust Director, and the New Hampshire Department of Insurance (and any other agency of the State of New Hampshire requiring representation); and (B) waiving New Hampshire District Court Local Rule 83.2(b), to the extent it requires a member of the bar of this Court to sign all filings and to attend all hearings in this proceeding. In support of this Motion, Mr. Marshall states as follows: 1. Mr. Helman is a Partner of the law firm Dentons Bingham Greenebaum LLP, with offices located at 254 Commercial Street, Suite 245, Portland, ME 04101, and One Beacon Street, Suite 25300, Boston, MA 02108. His office telephone number is (207) 619-0919, and his e-mail address is andrew.helman@dentons.com. 2. Attached to this motion as Exhibit A is the Declaration of Andrew C. Helman indicating that (a) he is a member in good standing in every jurisdiction in which he has been admitted to practice, (b) there are no disciplinary proceedings pending against him in any

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jurisdiction, and (c) he is familiar with the requirements of the Local Rules of this Court. Mr. Helman has substantial experience in bankruptcy matters and the issues that are likely to arise in this case. 3. Mr. Helman has substantial experience in bankruptcy matters, including healthcare insolvency cases and the issues that are likely to arise in this case. He has also previously appeared before this Court pro hac vice. 4. Grounds therefore exist to permit Mr. Helman to appear and practice pro hac vice in the above case on behalf of the State of New Hampshire, acting through the New Hampshire Department of Justice, Charitable Trust Director, and the New Hampshire Department of Insurance. 5. I am actively associated with Mr. Helman in the above-captioned matter. Based on the foregoing, Attorney Marshall requests that this Court enter an order (A) granting this Motion; (B) authorizing Mr. Helman to appear and practice before this Court pro hac vice in this case and all related proceedings; (C) waiving New Hampshire District Court Local Rule 83.2(b) with respect to Mr. Helman, to the extent it applies; and (D) granting such further relief as the Court deems appropriate. [reminder of page intentionally left blank]

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Respectfully submitted, STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE, ACTING THROUGH THE NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, CHARITABLE TRUST DIRECTOR, AND THE NEW HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE September 1, 2021 /s/ J. Christopher Marshall J. Christopher Marshall Assistant Attorney General N H Department of Justice 33 Capitol Street Concord NH 03301 Phone: (603) 271-1210 Fax: (603) 271-2110 j.c.marshall@doj.nh.gov CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that on this date I served the foregoing pleading on each person/entity on the CM/ECF Electronic Service List by causing it to be filed electronically via the CM/ECF filing system. September 1, 2021 /s/ J. Christopher Marshall J. Christopher Marshall Assistant Attorney General N H Department of Justice 33 Capitol Street Concord NH 03301 Phone: (603) 271-1210 Fax: (603) 271-2110 j.c.marshall@doj.nh.gov

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