Find Lawyers in Burlington, Vermont for Litigation - Land Use and Zoning
Litigation - Land Use and Zoning - Burlington, Vermont
Mark Hall’s practice encompasses civil, regulatory, and appellate litigation, with a concentration in land use, environmental, real estate, and construction law. He represents a wide range of clients in various state and local administrative proceedings, including the Environmental Court, Public Service Board, Water Resources Board, and zoning boards throughout Vermont. Representative clients in land use, environmental, and real estate litigation include: Champlain College, Inc., Common...
Liam maintains a broad practice grounded in all types of real estate matters. Liam’s litigation practice focuses on property law, including disputes involving title and boundary issues, easements, adverse possession and prescriptive easements; public and private road issues; title insurance claims; land use, zoning and Act 250; construction, condemnation and tax appeals. In the course of his practice, Liam has represented landowners, developers, municipalities and neighborhood groups in...
Brian’s practice focuses on Vermont land use, zoning and regulatory matters and resulting appellate litigation. Brian has appeared before numerous municipal zoning and planning boards in Vermont and has practiced before each of the District Environmental Commissions that are responsible for administering Act 250 (Vermont’s statewide land use law). Through the appellate process, Brian has also represented clients before the Vermont Environmental Court, the former Vermont Environmen...
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