Brattleboro, Vermont Appeals & Appellate Lawyers
Glenn Howland has practiced law in Vermont for over twenty five years and has significant experience in municipal law, business, zoning and environmental law and enforcement, real estate, civil litigation and appellate law. He is admitted in all Vermont state and federal courts, in the Federal Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and in the United States Supreme Court.
Chris Larson is a trial attorney who focuses on insurance claims and lawsuits for personal injuries, medical and legal malpractice, construction defects, and contract claims. Chris also has significant experience in real estate issues, including Act 250 permitting. "Helping people navigate our complex legal system is a great privilege. I am proud to stand beside my clients, whether they are dealing with serious injuries or facing difficult permitting problems. I provide them with outstanding legal representation." Chris grew up on a dairy farm in Rutland County before heading to Michigan for undergraduate school. After college, he returned to Vermont to spend a...
I am a Vermont attorney practicing civil litigation. I strongly support my clients, helping them to understand the process, the choices, and the range of probable outcomes they face. As a classical musician, I have an ability to look at problems creatively, with a high level of attention to detail. I bring those skills to bear in every case, at a cost-effective rate.
Richard, one of the founders of Hoff Curtis, has more than 30 years experience with the practice of law in Vermont. He firmly believes that the best representation and advice comes from the most objective perspective that a legal professional can attain. Richard has represented all sides in many kinds of disputes: plaintiffs and defendants, employers and employees, injured parties and insurance companies. He believes that the breadth of his experience benefits all of his clients.