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EventsOctober 13, 2017Vermont Bar Association Annual MeetingFour DRM attorneys,John Marshall, Tom Moody, Jennifer McDonald and Grant Binder are set to present at the 2017 Vermont Bar Association Annual Meeting.
Press ReleasesOctober 11, 2017Barton-based Green State Biochar Wins DRM Startup Company PrizeBusiness owners Roger and Donna Pion and their startup company Green State Biochar are the winners of $10,000 in legal services from the Intellectual Property Practice Group at Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC.
ArticlesSeptember 20, 2017Antrim Wind: Testing the SEC’s New Rules on AestheticsThe March 2017 decision of the New Hampshire Site Evaluation Committee (SEC) to issue a Certificate of Site and Facility to the 28.8 megawatt Antrim Wind renewable energy project (Antrim II) marked the first application of a set of administrative rules that, among other goals, sought to protect against unreasonable adverse effects on aesthetics.

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