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Business Law

  • Foreign Investment in Real Estate: Vermont

    Co-authored by real estate and land use attorneys Scott Jaunich and Kane Smart, this Q&A addresses state laws and customs that impact out-of-state domestic company investors and foreign (non-US) company investors.

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  • Real Estate Ownership: Vermont

    Authored by real estate attorneys Scott Jaunich and Kane Smart, this is a Q&A guide to commercial real estate laws for owners and purchasers in Vermont.

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  • New Markets Tax Credits Target Developments in Need

    The New Markets Tax Credits were recently re-authorized by Congress in the “Fiscal Cliff” settlement at the end of 2012. The tax credits allow investors – an…

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Captive Insurance

  • Captive Insurance Update | Issue No. 1 | 2017

    This 2017 Captive Insurance Update covers topics such as: 2017 Vermont captive insurance legislation, TRIA update, new cyber regulations and impact of cyber coverage, Section 831(b) captives, and state registration authority of RRGs

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  • Captive Insurance Update | Issue No. 2 | 2016

    The 2016 Captive Insurance Update Issue 2 covers topics such as: developments in Vermont, new Vermont Captives licensed in 2015, 831(b) legislation, protected cell litigation, FHLB membership and an update for Risk Retention Groups and federal preemption.

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  • Captive Insurance Update | Issue No. 1 | 2016

    The 2016 Captive Insurance Update covers topics such as: developments in Vermont, new Vermont Captives licensed in 2015, 831(b) legislation, protected cell litigation, FHLB membership and an update for Risk Retention Groups and federal preemption.

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Intellectual Property

  • It's Not Patentable - Or Is It?

    Whether you are part of an organization interested in patenting or are an independent inventor, you should not discount the possibility that an innovation, regardless of how simple it is, may be patentable.

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  • US Supreme Court Continues to Chip Away at Patent Rights

    It used to be somewhat rare for the Supreme Court to hear a patent case, but in the past few years, it has agreed to hear a substantial number of them and in virtually every one, has reversed well-established precedent...

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  • A Caution to Startups

    Many startups do not pay adequate attention to their intellectual property. Whether or not your newly formed company ultimately seeks patents for its innovations, one of the worst mistakes...

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Tax Law

  • Real Estate Ownership: Vermont

    Authored by real estate attorneys Scott Jaunich and Kane Smart, this is a Q&A guide to commercial real estate laws for owners and purchasers in Vermont.

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  • How New Markets Tax Credits Attract Philanthropic Investors

    What do a foreign-based manufacturer, an historic downtown building and a regional mental health services provider have in common?  They all have taken advantage of the federal New Markets Tax Credit program and DRM assistance to invest in their future.

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  • New Markets Tax Credits Target Developments in Need

    The New Markets Tax Credits were recently re-authorized by Congress in the “Fiscal Cliff” settlement at the end of 2012. The tax credits allow investors – an…

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Telecommunications Law
Trusts & Estates

  • Keeping the Vacation Home in the Family

    Vacation homes are often viewed as family treasures that the current generation hopes to pass to future generations. Trust and estates attorney Thomas Csatari writes about planning options to accomplish this.

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  • Trusts & Estates | American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012

    Positive consequences of the American Taxpayer relief Act of 2012. By now you are most likely aware that President Obama has signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012. The…

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