Windsor County, Vermont Lawyers
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.
Practicing law since 1997, Brendan Donahue regularly practices before the Vermont Supreme Court, the United States District Court for the District of Vermont, all Vermont Superior Courts and the Vermont Department of Labor. In addition, Brendan has successfully represented clients in New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut and Massachusetts. He handles a wide range of litigation and appellate matters for both injured individuals and insurers but concentrates his practice primarily in the areas of civil liability, workers’ compensation and insurance coverage.
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.
Windsor County, 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 am an attorney with Law Offices of Mark E. Melendy, PLLC, with offices in Woodstock, Vermont, and Hanover, New Hampshire, practicing in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, asset protection planning, disability planning, founder of Planful Path™ Family Wealth Protection Programs and Inclusive Wealth Strategy™. I have developed a program called Ten Steps to Successful and Purposeful Legacy Planning. My mission is that anyone can attain an estate plan that is unique to their needs and which considers their financial wealth as well as their invaluable intangible wealth.
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.
Mr. Rundle became a licensed attorney in the State of Florida in 1979, and thereafter spent twelve years as a state prosecutor handling all manner of complex trial matters as a major crimes prosecutor. He entered private practice in 1993 and became counsel to a number of national and international clients. After twenty-five years of trial practice in Miami, Florida Mr. Rundle has formed a partnership for the practice of both criminal defense and civil trial litigation in Springfield, Vermont.
I have been representing injured workers for 16 years. I specialize in representing injured workers in their workersâ compensation claims and people who have been injured due to the negligence of others. I get excited about championing the underdog or someone who has been treated unfairly. I enjoy technical medical and legal issues and pushing for what I think is right even if it is not a popular position or even if it may be very difficult or time-consuming. When I was younger, I was involved in competitive skiing and I was an NCAA four time All American, and competed in...