Next Saturday, I’m trading in my suit and briefcase for a sweatshirt, jeans, and hand tools. Along with a team of my fellow Vermont trial lawyers from across the state,
Free Bicycle Light Giveaway for Vermont Kids on May 12 & 13 It’s biking weather again and more kids are biking on our streets and around our neighborhoods. Using bike
This is Delaney’s nephew doing a balancing act at Fenway on his dad’s hand. Enjoy. Your browser does not support iframes.
Here’s an entertaining and sarcastic political site to brighten your Monday. Hat-tip to Popehat.
Or boxes rather. We just got a five-pound box of lollipops from a fan. Ain’t that something? Thank you very much Rhonda Lea Kirk Fries! Somebody wants to make
We get several visitors regarding this issue, so it’s about time for a blog post about it. Greg Thatcher is a friendly, unassuming software engineer with a small website that
In 2010, I wrote a law review article on the NFL’s tax-exempt status as a 501(c)(6). The article was cited in Senator Tom Coburn’s 2012 Wastebook. Lately, the article has
We’re going to take a leap here and posit that mobile bandwidth usage historically hasn’t been a problem in rural and semi-rural Vermont—coverage has been so sporadic that connecting to
This summary of a recent Vermont Supreme Court case will also be posted on the SCOV Law Blog in more or less the same form. Taylor v. Fletcher Allen Health Care, 2012
This summary of a recent Vermont Supreme Court case will also be posted on the SCOV Law Blog in more or less the same form. State v. Paro, 2012 VT 53 (mem.)