A substantial portion of Mr. Hart’s practice consists of representing individuals and corporations in the defense and prosecution of civil lawsuits. He has represented numerous businesses and individuals, including insurance companies, large corporations, construction firms, architectural firms. He actively practices before both the Vermont and New York courts in the following areas:
- Civil Litigation
- Insurance Defense
- Products Liability
- Personal Injury Law
- Toxic Torts
- Criminal Defense
- DUI Defense
- American Bar Association
- Vermont Bar Association
- New York State Bar Association
- Rutland County Bar Association
Born in Manchester, Vermont, April 14, 1971.
Admitted to bar: State of Vermont, U.S. District Court, District of Vermont, and State of New York, 2002
Education: Castleton State College, B.A., 1998 Albany School of Law, J.D., 2001
Clerked for the New York State Office of Appointments, Governor Pataki (2000-2001), the New York State District Attorney’s Office, Washington County (1999-2001) and Army Judge Advocate General, 7th Legal Support Organization (1998-2001)
Mr. Hart was born in Manchester, Vermont and raised in Rutland, Vermont. After graduating from Rutland High School in 1989, Mr. Hart enlisted in the United States Marine Corp where he participated in Operation Sharp Edge in Liberia and Operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
Mr. Hart earned his B.A. degree, from Castleton State College in 1998 and his J.D. Degree from Albany Law School, Union University in 2001. While attending law school, Mr. Hart clerked for the New York State Office of Appointments, Governor Pataki and the New York State District Attorney’s Office, Washington County, as well as serving with distinction in U.S. Army Reserve, Army Judge Advocate General, 7th Legal Support Organization.
Mr. Hart currently lives in Pittsford, Vermont.