MSK Attorneys is proud to announce that founding partner Liam L. Murphy has been selected to the Irish Legal 100 awards. Liam was also selected to be the subject of a feature article in the 2020 Legal 100 publication named “Running for My Life” covering Liam’s transformation at age 60 from an overweight and […]
Do we have a right to keep our lawns piled with junk? One town meeting vote raises an issue found in every Vermont community. Attorney Liam Murphy of MSK Attorneys shares his thoughts in this interesting article by Compass Vermont: Click here to read article.
On Wednesday February 10, 2021, Member Liam L. Murphy made a presentation at the Vermont Bar Association Real Estate Law Day miniseries entitled: “Properties which are Non-Conforming or Non-Complying or Subject to Unenforceable Violations (and MORE!)” He discussed marketability of legally pre-existing non-conformities versus properties with unenforceable violations as a result of the 15 […]
Hans Huessy represented several timeshare properties at the Smugglers Notch Resort in Cambridge Vermont in a property tax appeal. He achieved savings for his clients of approximately $800,000 in 2020, and close to $2.5M over the next 3 years. Click here to visit Hans’ profile to learn more about his practice.
MSK partner, Brian Sullivan, has joined the National Immigration Litigation Alliance. Along with Dan Seff, Brian has successfully represented clients in Federal litigation challenging denials, by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, of employment-based visas. He looks forward to sharing his experiences with colleagues throughout the nation who are engaged in similar efforts.
MSK Attorneys is pleased to announce that it has been named Law Firm of the Year for Burlington, Vermont in the 2021 U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms list. Firms included in the 2021 “Best Law Firms” list are recognized for professional excellence with persistently impressive ratings from clients and peers. MSK Attorneys […]
MSK wins the right to intervene in a State condemnation action on behalf of a landowner client. Today, the Vermont Supreme Court ruled that all parties who have an interest in land subject to condemnation by a State agency – including easement holders, lessees and licensees – have an unconditional right to object to the […]
Read the latest article in Vermont Digger regarding the CityPlace Burlington Project: “Brookfield looking to abandon CityPlace Burlington project, mayor says,” written by Aiden Quigley – Click here to read article..