Acted as outside general counsel to national software firm and negotiated enterprise customer contracts.
Managed international trademark portfolio for international company.
Represented companies in a variety of industries (alternative energy, health care, media) in significant business transactions and joint ventures.
Served as special counsel to management or independent board committees in going private transactions.
Successfully defended a private secondary school in a catastrophic injury claim brought by a former student, in a jury trial in federal District Court.
Obtained a very favorable decision from the Vermont Supreme Court in a difficult case involving a sizable Medicaid lien, significantly reducing the amount of the State’s claims against our client.
Recognized for nearly a century as a premier litigation firm in Vermont.
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Represented and advised employers and education institutions in immigration matters involving executives, managers, investors, professors, researchers, information technology professionals, students and scholars.
Advised healthcare providers and stakeholders in federal and state regulatory and reimbursement matters.
Negotiated health insurance contracts for employers.
Represented healthcare facilities and educational institutions in tax exempt bond financings.
Advised nonprofit institutions in tax exempt planning and compliance.
Handled commercial real estate deals for financing institutions, business clients and educational institutions.
Represented land trusts and property owners in conservation transactions.
Advised employers on employment law, compliance and best practices to avoid litigation and defended employers in litigation matters when needed.
Defended professionals, including physicians, in professional liability and malpractice cases.
Designed comprehensive estate plans for residents of Vermont and New Hampshire.
Advised counsels, deans and registrars of liberal arts colleges on the fundamentals of immigration law for colleges and how to incorporate curricular practical training for F-1 international students into campus programming.
Obtained dismissal of lawsuits filed against commercial construction company in which the plaintiff corporations sought combined damages in excess of $10 million.
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