Vermont Supreme Court: Private emails of public officials subject to records requests

Robert Hemley, Brady Toensing

In a unanimous decision, the justices ruled against the Vermont Attorney General’s office.






SCOV Law Blog: Family trust issues

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A bank and two brothers were trustees of the men’s mother’s revocable trust. One brother alleged that the other had used trust funds to buy and maintain a car for his own use.






Vermont Supreme Court to hear cases at Woodstock Union High School & Middle School

News Release — Office of the Court Administrator October 4, 2017 Contact: Patricia Gabel, Esq., Vermont State Court Administrator Office of the Court Administrator (802) 828-3278 [email protected] Montpelier, VT – The Vermont Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in five cases at Woodstock Union High School and Middle School on Thursday, October 12th. […]



AARP appeals Vermont Gas infrastructure case

Vermont Gas

The retiree organization argues that state law prohibits current ratepayers from being forced to subsidize future Vermont Gas customers.





SCOV Law Blog: Vermont’s felony-murder rule

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Vermont law provides that a defendant can be convicted of murder, even if he did not commit the murder and even if he had no intention of committing a murder.



Vermont Supreme Court to hear cases at Woodstock Union High School & Middle School

News Release — Office of the Court Administrator Thursday, September 14, 2017 Contact: Patricia Gabel, Esq., Vermont State Court Administrator Office of the Court Administrator (802) 828-3278 [email protected] Montpelier, VT – The Vermont Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments in five cases at Woodstock Union High School and Middle School on Thursday, October […]