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.
by John C. Newman, Esq. with Ron Morgan, Esq., and Matt Getty, Esq. This article was first published in the Spring 2015 edition of The Vermont Bar Journal and features ten international tax and legal issues that our firm frequently encounters.
Attorney John Newman highlights some legal issues when preparing Wills and Trusts for non-US citizens.
Attorneys Blanchard and McPhee successfully defended Taft Hill Tree Farm and owners Eric and Patricia Scott from a title action brought by adjacent landowners.
by John C. Newman, Esq. and Matthew D. Getty, Esq. This article addresses the issues that can arise when a parent dies owning Vermont real estate as well as the various approaches a parent or any other owner of Vermont property might consider as part of their estate planning.
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.
We recently met with a new estate planning client who is not a native Vermonter, but a West-coast transplant. This client felt compelled to meet with us after he had read somewhere that Vermont was “not a good place to die owning real property”.
If you or a member of your family has foreign investment accounts, and/or interests in trusts, corporations or other foreign entities that have not been disclosed to the IRS, I strongly suggest you read on, because there is a growing list of reasons to “come clean” now.
Attorney John Newman gives insight into common questions people have about simple wills, probate disbutes and estate planning.
Granted, in this strangest of winters we’re all more than ready for the arrival of a little snow and ice. But attorneys in Vermont may also want to think about preparing their clients for the arrival of ICE of a different sort – the federal agency of Immigration & Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE.