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..
MSK Attorneys has been chosen as the first Vermont representative to the Law Firm Antiracism Alliance, a national group of leading law firms dedicated to the pursuit of racial justice and equality. The LFAA is an initiative of the Racial Justice Institute of the Shriver Center on Poverty Law. Visit Shriver Center Website. Attorney Brian […]
MSK partner, Brian Sullivan was quoted in and provided background for the recent article in Seven Days regarding the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on immigration programs for seasonal workers in Vermont. Click here to read the article.
MSK Attorneys’ founding partners, Liam Murphy and Brian Sullivan were the only two Vermont lawyers given the “Band 1” ranking in the field of Land Use and Zoning Law in the Chambers USA’s 2020 Guide to Top Lawyers and Law Firms. Chambers compiles these rankings from reviews completed by peer attorneys and clients. As a […]
Written By Brian J. Sullivan Beyond the much-heralded partial closure of our borders, the offices responsible for administering U.S. immigration law have been slow and have acted in a piecemeal fashion in responding to the challenges posed by the Coronavirus outbreak. Here is a current list of representative measures that have been put […]
Governments across the country have closed public institutions and private businesses such as bars, restaurants, and cafés to limit the spread of COVID-19. In addition, businesses outside of the hospitality industry have closed offices and scaled back operations pursuant to government-imposed “shelter-in-place” or “safer-at-home” orders. Even absent such orders, businesses are reducing operations pursuant to […]