Brennan Punderson, PLLC Opens New Law Office in Middlebury’s Marble WorksBy Sue Hoxie
Middlebury, Vermont – February 4, 2014 – The Addison County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the office opening of its newest member, Brennan Punderson, PLLC, a law firm whose principals are Kevin T. Brennan and Ebenezer Punderson. Kevin Brennan has maintained a solo practice in Monkton and will maintain that office as the Monkton branch of Brennan Punderson, PLLC. Eben Punderson heads the Middlebury office, located in the Marble Works. Brennan Punderson, PLLC is a general practice law firm, including real estate (residential and commercial); estate planning and administration; business formation, acquisition and sale; land use permitting and litigation; general civil litigation; divorce, post-divorce and child custody; and renewable energy facilities permitting.
Eben Punderson has practiced law in the Middlebury area since 2000, most recently as a partner at Deppman & Foley PC. He holds a JD degree from Northeastern University and BS from University of Vermont. Kevin Brennan has practiced law in Addison County since 2002. He holds a JD degree from New England School of Law and a BBA from Dowling College.
With two locations the firm will have a broad presence in Addison County. The two partners’ practice areas complement one another allowing them to serve individual and business clients with many different needs.
Eben lives in Weybridge with his wife, Jill Madden, and two children. He serves as the chairperson of the Weybridge school board and enjoys skiing, cycling, and hiking. Kevin lives in Monkton with his wife, Bonnie Brennan, and two children.
The Middlebury office of Brennan Punderson, PLLC is located at 99 Maple Street, Suite 10B, Marble Works. The phone number is 802-989-7342. The Monkton office is located at 1317 Davis Road. The phone number is 802-453-8400.
About Addison County Chamber of Commerce
The Addison County Chamber of Commerce (ACCOC) is an association of individuals representing business interest, working together to promote commercial business and tourism in Addison County.