The Dorset Meadows development proposal is a no-go following a development review board decision made on Feb. 27. Read full article here.
Since MSK’s inception, dealing with complex Easements and Rights-of-Way are at the core of our practice. The Law of Easements and Rights-of-Way in Vermont is an in depth examination by Liam L. Murphy, of the complex law surrounding these critical and oft-misunderstood property interests. See full document here.
Let It Snow! Tips for Selecting a Snow Removal Company By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – February 2020 Issue] Hiring a qualified and professional snow removal company can be a very important decision for many associations, especially those with significant amounts of private roads and large parking […]
Attorney Liam Murphy presented The Bianchi 15 Year Statute After The 204 North Avenue NOV Case at the 2019 Vermont Bar Association Real Estate Law Day held November 14, 2019. The presentation discussed the recent Vermont Supreme Court decision in which MSK successfully represented a group of Burlington area landlords in overturning a series of […]
Brian Sullivan presented on the topic of the State of Vermont’s regulation of forest blocks and habitat connectivity corridors at the Vermont Development Conference, held on November 6, 2019 by White + Burke Real Estate Investment Advisors. Brian’s presentation, entitled “Off Limits for Development? What You Need to Know About the Regulation of Forest Connectivity […]
The Importance of Choosing a Lender – Strong Relationships Go a Long Way By Hans G. Huessy, Esq. [Published in Condo Media magazine – October 2019 Issue] Most associations open bank accounts with local lenders without considering whether that institution will agree to loan the association money, if necessary, in the future. […]
Attorney A.J. LaRosa of MSK Attorneys will be presenting at the October 2, 2019 NBI Seminar, Practical Guide to Zoning and Land Use Law. Navigate the zoning process with an in-depth understanding of zoning regulations. Click here for registration information.
MSK successfully represented a group of Burlington area landlords in overturning a series long-held rulings by the Environmental Court that “use” violations (such as adding additional living units or bedrooms) were considered “continuing violations,” and therefore could not obtain the benefit of the 15-year statute of limitations applicable to structures. MSK filed an Amicus (friend […]