The partners at Facey Goss & McPhee P.C. are happy to announce the appointment of Heather Z. Cooper, Esq. as the new bankruptcy judge in the District of Vermont.
Many lawyers, including shareholders and associates, have joined FG&M laterally from other firms. We like to think the movement is not lateral but is upward. If you are interested in joining FG&M please send a letter of application and resume in complete confidence.
Four Facey Goss & McPhee Attorneys Named to 2022 Best Lawyers List
We've recently received the happy news that we are the Rutland Herald's Best of the Best Reader's Choice Award 2021 Winner for law firms.
In theory, Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations preserve businesses and jobs while maximizing creditor recoveries. In practice, this often is not the case for small and medium-sized businesses. Smaller sized businesses often file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy not to save their businesses, but rather to bring about an orderly termination. Thus, the Bankruptcy Code widely has been viewed as broken and unworkable for these types of businesses.
The linked article within this page was originally published in the Rutland Herald on August 11, 2020. It features Facey Goss & McPhee.P.C. managing partner Heather Cooper as she proudly introduces four of our firm's newest associates.
Facey Goss & McPhee P.C., a mid-sized Rutland, VT, law firm, is seeking a real estate paralegal to support our real estate group and business transactions practice areas.
Three Facey Goss & McPhee Attorneys Named to 2020 SuperLawyers List
Continuing Our Best Lawyers and Best Law Firms Tradition
Renewable Energy Vermont (REV) is now an official SEIA Affiliate