Our trial work ranges from winning damages for property loss, to recovering for personal injuries, to remedying broken contracts. We handle cases involving real-estate titles and tax matters, deals gone south and promises broken.
Our real estate attorneys offer comprehensive, full-service representation for individual buyers and sellers, business entities, developers, lenders, and title companies, in the acquisition, financing, insurance, use, development and sale of residential and commercial real estate.
We represent employees whose rights have been violated at work. This representation can and does include pre-litigation advice and negotiation of settlements. It also extends to the filing of lawsuits when called for, in both state and federal courts.
We also provide legal counsel to landowners, non-profit organizations and public bodies planning the conservation of natural resources…
If you have been seriously injured through the wrongful conduct of another, contact our office today for a free consultation.
We represent non-profit organizations and public bodies as general counsel or for special services. We advise in matters such as governance and regulatory compliance; assisting in real estate transactions; negotiating contracts; and advising about employment rights and obligations.
We have more than 37 years’ experience in the fields of estate planning and of trust and estate administration. We know or get to know our clients and their families, and in some cases have provided representation into the third generation.
We represent property owners and municipalities in tax appeals and valuation disputes involving Vermont real property. On selected matters, we represent taxpayers in disputes with the Vermont Tax Department and/or the Internal Revenue Service. We provide advice about tax-exemption claims.
We advise companies in navigating and complying with Vermont’s liquor licensing laws and regulations, including general licensing questions and regulatory compliance for licensees, wholesale dealers, manufacturers, and other certificate of approval holders.
We represent whistleblowers in False Claims Act cases. The False Claims Act prohibits people and companies from defrauding the federal government by knowingly presenting, or causing to be presented, a false claim for payment or approval. The act is designed to prevent losses to the federal government.