Serving clients of the firm for more than 30 years - throughout Vermont in litigation related to employment discrimination, wrongful dismissal, whistleblower claims and medical negligence. Formerly served in Washington DC in the federal legislative and executive branches. Graduated from American University in Washington, DC, and Vermont Law School.
Springfield, VT Attorney.
56 Maint Street
P.O. Box 39
Springfield, VT 05156
P.O. Box 39
Springfield, VT 05156
John Brady has over 20 years of litigation and trial experience in state and federal courts. He has tried over 40 cases to jury verdict , and countless other cases which have resolved short of verdict, and has been lead counsel on 16 appeals. John has been practicing law since 1991, initially in Boston, Massachusetts and since 1993 primarily in Vermont. John was the president of the Windsor County Bar Association from 1996-2002 and is past Chairman of the Vermont Bar Association’s Tort Liability Committee. While with the Boston Firm Clinton & Muzyka, P.C., before moving...
I'm a trial lawyer. I'm admitted to the Vermont Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, and U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont. I'm a member of the American Association for Justice, the Vermont Association for Justice, the Vermont Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the NYSBA, and the DC Bar Association. My practice is varied—focusing mostly on civil litigation, but including general business law, family law, criminal defense, and at least a bit of sports and entertainment law.
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.
I often hear from friends that they would love to have a lawyer review a contract for them, or advise them on some issue, but they can’t afford it. I often retort that they may not be able to afford not to hire an attorney. I am not being flip when I say this, because it is my experience that many of those people end up calling me after they’ve already suffered the consequences of their decision to forgo legal representation. However, this does little to address the underlying problem. That is, that many cannot afford the...
Mike Gannon is one of the senior litigators at Affolter Gannon, The attorneys at Affolter Gannon is housed in the historic Kiln building in Essex Junction. Its lawyers bring together over 100 years of practice and professional achievement coupled with accessibility and compassion - a combination that is next to impossible to find at most law firms. Mike holds Martindale Hubbell's highest rating, AV, and is listed as a Super lawyer in New England for both personal injury on behalf of plaintiffs and for insurance law.
Neil Groberg offers mediation, arbitration, training and facilitation available throughout the Northeast. Firm established in 1998. Founder Neil Groberg has over thirty years' experience as an employment attorney in for profit, government and non-profit institutional settings
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...
Lawyer, coach and writer, I have a diverse range of interests that I utilize in analyzing any issue, legal or otherwise to ensure my clients are informed and comfortable with making decisions that meet both their short and long term goals.
Solo Practitioner with focus on real estate transactions and estate planning; negotiate purchase and sales contracts; perform title searches; prepare title insurance, deeds and other documents of transfer; closing agent for several local and out-of-state banks; Chicago Title Insurance Company Agent.
Lisa is admitted to practice in all Vermont state and federal courts. Lisa’s practice includes real estate, estate planning and administration and business and nonprofit law. She graduated from Vermont Law School in May of 2011 with a JD and Masters of Environmental Law and Policy. In 2007, Lisa graduated from Michigan State University with Bachelor of Science degrees in Environmental Science and Management as well as Fisheries and Wildlife with minors in Environmental Economics and Policy and Science, Technology and Environmental Public Policy. In her spare time, Lisa enjoys traveling and being outdoors with her Irish...
Focus on criminal defense, complex civil litigation and internal investigations. Served 13 years as Assistant U.S. Attorney, State's Attorney, and Deputy State's Attorney. Tried more than 25 cases to juries in the federal and state courts of Vermont. Appear regularly before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Vermont Supreme Court.
Vermont personal injury lawyer Steven A. Bredice limits his practice to plaintiff’s civil litigation, with a heavy emphasis on accidents, medical malpractice, products liability and wrongful death cases. Admitted to all state and federal courts in Vermont as well as the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Attorney Bredice has successfully tried numerous cases to verdict before juries throughout Vermont. A former insurance defense lawyer whose practice is now devoted to representing only the injured, attorney Bredice has a behind-the-scenes knowledge of insurance company settlement and litigation tactics and strategies. Attorney Bredice is a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist...
Vermont Trial Lawyer who offer compassionate representation to injured people and workers' while fighting tirelessly to protect your legal rights and get you the benefits and settlement you deserve. My practice focuses on auto accidents, personal injury, and worker's compensation claims.