Michael Reese joins Central Vermont law firm

first_imgVALSANGIACOMO, DETORA & MCQUESTEN, P.C.is pleased to announce thatMICHAEL S. REESEhas joined the firm’s transactional practice.Michael brings experience to real estate transactions, estate planning, and business law. He advises commercial and residential clients in all types of real property proceedings and transactions. He also works with individuals and families to structure their estate plans to protect their assets and maximize the benefits of a lifetime of hard work. In addition, Michael provides a wide array of legal services to businesses, ranging from choice of entity and financing to liability and tax planning.Michael brings over a decade of experience from his legal practice in the Woodstock region. Michael received his undergraduate degree from Temple University in 1990, Phi Beta Kappa. He earned his law degree from Vermont Law School, where he served on the Vermont Law Review.Having served six years as a Vermont legislator, Michael continues his involvement in a wide array of community activities. Michael looks forward to bringing his unique perspective on our legal system to assist our clients to accomplish their objectives. Whether our clients are purchasing a home, planning their estate or embarking upon a new business venture, Michael will guide clients through the various complexities of any transaction and protects their financial interests.Valsangiacomo, Detora & McQuesten, P.C. offers a wide range of legal services to the community, ranging from litigation to transactional matters, all affecting the everyday lives of our neighbors. Michael’s addition allows our firm to better serve the real estate, estate and business planning needs of the entire community with experience.last_img read more

Nussle talks PPP rollout, CU difference with CBS News

first_img continue reading » Despite difficulties presented by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic and accessing the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), credit unions remain financial first responders for their members and businesses, CUNA President/CEO Jim Nussle told CBS News’ Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett this week. Nussle appeared on Garrett’s podcast The Takeout Monday to talk the credit union difference, PPP problems and his experiences in Congress and the administration during previous crises.Nussle served in Congress from 1991 to 2007 (including as chair of the House Budget Committee) and as director of the Office of Management and Budget from 2007 to 2009.Garrett, who told Nussle his first account when he moved to Washington, D.C. was at a credit union, asked Nussle’s thoughts and concerns with the rollout of the PPP’s two rounds of funding and where credit unions fit into that picture.Nussle said credit unions, as member-owned financial cooperatives, are “intensely local,” as they are made up of community members and are motivated to find ways to serve those communities through good times and bad. ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more