Christopher Duggan graduated from Vermont Law School in 2000 with a juris doctorate, as well as a masters of studies in environmental law.
Chris is passionate about delivering results for his clients. He is proudly pro-business and pro-environment and believes the two can and should thrive simultaneously. While Chris often finds the best results for his clients are available through negotiation and mediation, he has a vast litigation experience to call on when necessary.
As part of his environmental practice, Chris assists clients with environmental conditions that exist on their property, or upon property which they intend to purchase. Chris also assists clients with land use issues, zoning issues, zoning applications and land use questions, as well as, any other matter that involves dealing with various planning and zoning departments within municipalities and surrounding counties.
A good portion of Chris’ practice involves general civil litigation and a robust practice which provides services to his clients including business litigation, business formation, contracts, construction defects to any civil litigation matter which confronts the client.
Chris’ experience with litigation allows him to provide a wide range of services to his clients which may implicate areas of law not contemplated by his clients. Such areas may include State and Federal Constitutional claims.