Posts Tagged ‘digital firms’

Digital Drafting with Oliver Goodenough

Monday, August 30th, 2010

Digital Drafting with Oliver Goodenough, via Vermont Law School…

Matt Dunne on Transforming the Last Mile State

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Being the least connected state in the country earned Vermont the nickname of the Last Mile State. But it is precisely because of this reputation that Matt Dunne thinks Vermont can be transformed into a leader in connectivity, broadband competition, and innovation. Dunne, a former state senator and current candidate for Vermont governor, is also […]

The Promise of Digital LLC, by Oliver Goodenough

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

The Internet is creating a new class of web-based, geographically-dispersed entrepreneurs. Digital communication allows work, capital, and knowledge to come together in a virtual world that can let go of the old necessities of handshakes and paperwork. Until recently, however, the legal frameworks available for structuring these businesses haven’t kept pace. With the advent of […]

Digital Firms for the Net

Monday, April 20th, 2009

John Clippinger discusses digital firms and Vermont’s digital corporate transactions law on Bank of America’s Future of Banking Blog…