Rich Cassidy is a Vermont personal injury and employment lawyer. He also works regularly as a mediator and arbitrator.
A founder of Rich Cassidy Law, he has nearly 40 years of experience with the practice of law in Vermont. Over the years, his practice has changed substantially. As a result, Rich has represented all sides in many kinds of disputes: plaintiffs and defendants, employers and employees, injured parties and insurance companies. He believes that the breadth of his experience benefits all of his clients.
He represents the Burlington Police Officers Association and United Nurses & Allied Professionals.
For many years, Rich’s personal injury practice has been limited to representing injured persons and his labor and employment practice has been focused on representing employees. He enjoys the challenge of representing individuals in a world that seems increasingly dominated by large corporations and powerful institutions.
He has significant experience with litigation and alternative dispute resolution involving higher education, public education, public safety, health care, municipalities and manufacturing. His clients have included college students, faculty, and administrators as well as individuals, businesses, governmental agencies, and not-for-profit entities. He represents unions and individuals in collective bargaining relationships. Many of his individual clients in employment law cases begin work with him under Limited Scope Representation Agreements.
He has also advocated for individuals, businesses and governments in a broad range of civil litigation, including in construction cases, cases under the Uniform Commercial Code, and contract and business tort claims.
In addition to his work as a litigator and counselor, he has served as a mediator and arbitrator and is a member of the Panel of Early Neutral Evaluators for the United States District Court for the District of Vermont and for the Vermont Environmental and Superior Court. › ›
- Personal Injury
- Employment Law
- Arbitration & Mediation
- Car Accidents
- Personal Injury Litigation
- Trial Practice
- Free Consultancy Service
Payment With Credit Card
Visa & Mastercard only
Depends on the circumstances.
Retaines and Rates
I charge a $600 minimum fee in employment cases. This entitles a client to initial consultation and other work of up to two hours. I am usually able to formulate a strategy within that time period.
- Co-founder, President
Rich Cassidy Law
- Co-founder, President and Director
- Associate, Shareholder
Hoff, Wislon, Powell & Lang, P.C.
Law Office of David C. Drew
- Law Clerk, Chief Law Clerk
Vermont Supreme Court
Graduation year: 1975
Graduation year: 1971
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