Michael A. Delaney served as Attorney General of New Hampshire from 2009 to 2013. As chief law enforcement officer and chief legal counselor of the State, he handled a broad range of complex litigation cases and regulatory matters, including multi-state cases, fraud investigations, corporate compliance issues, financial service regulation, health and hospitals litigation, environmental litigation and energy matters, construction and contract disputes, labor and employment, not-for-profit organizations, criminal law, antitrust, real estate and consumer issues.
Prior to serving as Attorney General, Michael served as legal counsel to Governor John H. Lynch from 2006-2009. He first joined the Attorney General's Office in 1999 as a prosecutor. In 2003, he was appointed as the Chief of Homicide Prosecution Unit, and he served as deputy attorney general from 2004 to 2006. Before his public service, Delaney started his career in private practice, where he specialized in complex business litigation and federal litigation.