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From offices in Vermont and New Hampshire, the attorneys of Downs Rachlin Martin achieve maximum efficiency by developing deep spires of knowledge within these specific practice areas. With the resulting “been there, done that” approach, we are better suited to address each client’s problems with versatility and depth. Call us at 802.863.2375 to get started.

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EventsApril 3, 20192019 Environmental 101Will Dodge and other environmental industry professionals, will provide an overview of how the energy industry is affected by environmental regulations and policy. 
EventsMarch 28, 2019Harassment Prevention & Building Civility in the WorkplaceLabor and Employment attorneys David Harlow and Sophie Duffy will lead a discussion with Ross Gibson of The Richards Group about harassment prevention and building workplace civility with business leaders in Southern Vermont.
UpdatesMarch 22, 2019News from the Vermont State HouseThis week DRM's Legislative team analyzes insurance deregulation, drug repository program, substance misuse prevention, automatic subscription renewal legislation, and more.
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