Commercial and real property litigator – common sense advocacy to solve real world problems.
Chris Roy draws on his legal and community experience to advocate effectively for clients in a wide range of litigation contexts and has been doing so for more than two decades. Chris works closely with clients to tailor litigation plans to reflect their needs and goals in light of the legal and practical landscape that lies ahead. As a seasoned commercial litigator, Chris represents clients across Vermont – from individuals to businesses big and small – with respect to business disputes of all kinds. Chris devotes much of his practice to permit litigation and to resolving the entire spectrum of real property-related disputes. As a former member of the Williston Selectboard and Vermont Environmental Board, and current Chair of the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, Chris is able to represent clients in a variety of land use, tax, administrative and other matters with the added perspective derived from his years of relevant public service. Besides appearing regularly before the Environmental Division and trying cases in Superior Courts across Vermont, Chris is an active appellate litigator, having represented clients in over 40 appeals before the Vermont Supreme Court and other appellate courts.