Complex land use and development projects require well-coordinated and high-functioning teams that are able to adapt and pivot when challenges arise.

For each complex land use and development project, our attorneys structure a uniquely tailored, inter-disciplinary team of practitioners adept at streamlining transactional, real estate, infrastructure and other projects.

In the challenging business environments of northern New England, the stakes are high for complex projects involving real estate, and the job must be done cost-effectively and on time. Our lawyers maintain a strong reputation among lenders, regulators, elected leaders, local and regional planners, and other key stakeholders, creating opportunities to proactively resolve key issues and avoid costly delays.

Our land use and development lawyers regularly advise on ski area redevelopment, shoreline development, energy and telecommunications siting projects, and commercial real estate projects with critical infrastructure components. Should your development project experience significant challenges, our deep bench of lawyers are available to assist with litigation, negotiations and regulatory compliance.

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Commercial Real Estate

 Owners, developers and investors in Vermont and New Hampshire turn to the experienced counsel of our commercial real estate attorneys.

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Environmental Law & Hazardous Materials

Development projects faced with legacy environmental pollution challenges turn to our lawyers to navigate legal avenues for commercial, residential and utility-based enterprises.

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Real Estate & Land Use Litigation

Land use development projects occasionally see detours. Our land use and commercial litigation attorneys can help resolve disputes in a timely and cost-effective manner and get your project back on track.

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Real estate and land use litigation
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Commercial Energy Transactions

Our commercial energy transaction lawyers help clients achieve their business, regulatory and transaction goals.

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Energy Facilities Planning & Siting

Our energy lawyers help clients strategically plan and successfully permit new energy facilities in Vermont and New Hampshire.

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Telecommunications Facilities & Siting

Our telecommunications lawyers help clients strategically plan and successfully permit new and upgraded wireless telecommunications and broadcasting facilities in Vermont and New Hampshire.

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Christopher Roy

Christopher D. Roy

Chair

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Attorney Kimberly Butler

Kimberly M. Butler

Director

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William J. Dodge

Director

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R. Prescott Jaunich

Director

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Nancy S. Malmquist

Director

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Attorney Craig Miskovich

Craig Miskovich

Director

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Attorney Mary Parent

Mary K. Parent

Director

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Timothy S. Sampson

Director

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Attorney Jon Readnour

Jon Readnour

Of Counsel

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