Making Christmas bright for those in need. . .
Some of the content within our news stories was published when the firm was under the name of Kenlan, Schwiebert, Facey & Goss, P.C.
See the Fall Issue of the Vermont Bar Journal for an in-depth interview with Attorney Jim Goss about his lifelong passion for Asian martial arts.
The Rutland Area Food Co-op has added a new member to its Board of Directors--FG&M Attorney Kate Thomas.
Now that the Vermont Yankee Power Plant has been decommissioned, what to do with the land?
Attorney David G. Carpenter will be one of four presenters at a live one-day seminar in Burlington, Vermont.
Congratulations to Attorney David Carpenter for His Recent Appointment
Facey Goss & McPhee client Green Lantern Capital's new Bennington solar project is moving forward.
UVM Extension Service and Two Rivers Ottauquechee Regional Commission's New "Guide to Farming-Friendly Solar"
On April 10, the Vermont Department of Public Service called on the Public Service Board to undertake a "workshop process to broadly review emerging trends in the utility sector and to evaluate existing forms of Vermont regulation in light of these trends."
Green Lantern Development, Facey Goss & McPhee's largest renewable energy client, had a very successful 2016.
Facey Goss & McPhee’s renewable energy clients continue to make strides toward meeting Vermont’s green energy goals with smart, well-sited projects.
Attorney David Carpenter made VPR News when he wrote them a note asking them to look into not only how Trump won his hometown and other towns, but why.
Heather Cooper and Lisa Clifford work to keep kids of Rutland County warm this winter. See the Rutland Herald article.
Vermont Public Service Board Proposes Changes to Net Metering
Public Service Board OKs Pownal Net Metering Facility
On October 14, 2016, two attorneys from Facey Goss & McPhee presented at the annual meeting of the Vermont Bar Association, held at the beautiful Lake Morey Resort in Fairlee, Vermont.
Racking Them Up: Yet Another Certificate of Public Good (#10!) for Solar Net Metering Facility
The State of Vermont is holding informational hearings at the end of August regarding a draft plan to restore water quality in Lake Champlain.
Article from VTDIGGER.ORG: "Rutland, Feds Get More Time to Agree on How to Heal Brook" by Adam Federman
Another Certificate of Public Good (#9!) for Solar Net Metering Facility
The battle continues. More timely articles on public opposition to the Public Service Board's net metering revisions.
Facey Goss & McPhee's Energy and Utility Law Group on July 15th secured another Certificate of Public Good from the Public Service Board for a 500 kW solar net metering facility.
New Net Metering Rule Riling State's Environmental Groups
Attorney David Cooper was a presenter at a recent NBI continuing education seminar.
The 22nd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America has once again recognized Kenlan, Schwiebert, Facey & Goss Attorneys
Attorney and Partner James P. W. Goss has had a particularly busy past few years, with excellent results. Here is a brief history of some of his wins and accomplishments. Imagine what he could do for your business.
Attorney David R. Cooper successfully represented Zaremba Program Development, LLC, in defending and obtaining both a state land use (Act 250) permit and a local conditional use permit for a 9,100-square-foot Dollar General Store in Chester, Vermont.
Attorneys Blanchard and McPhee successfully defended Taft Hill Tree Farm and owners Eric and Patricia Scott from a title action brought by adjacent landowners.
On June 6, 2014, the VT Supreme Court ruled in favor of Hale Mountain Fish & Game Club in an appeal by neighbors who have been trying to shut down the 60+-year-old club located in Shaftsbury, VT.