Firm client Green Lantern Solar has been named one of the top solar contractors in the United States by Solar Power World Magazine.
Partner Jack Facey was admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court.
Attorney Rodney McPhee has earned a Martindale-Hubbell Client Champion Gold award two years running.
Making Christmas bright for those in need. . .
In any Advance Medical Directive, language specific to an individual's religious or spiritual beliefs regarding post-mortem handling of the body is important. We offer one such example here.
In case of accident or other mishap wherein you might be incapacitated, it's handy to have a wallet-sized Vermont Advance Directive with you.
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