Dinse (Burlington) Overview

  • Service
  • Law Firm

  • Year Founded
  • 1917

Year Founded

  • Serviced Companies
  • 2

  • Serviced Deals
  • 1

Dinse (Burlington) General Information


Dinse is a client-focused law firm, founded in 1917 and based in Burlington, Vermont. The firm provides legal services in areas such as banking and finance, business law, employee benefits, and executive compensation, employment law, environmental law, estate planning and administration, immigration, intellectual property, litigation, and tax. Dinse caters to education, food and beverage, healthcare, manufacturing, nonprofit, philanthropy, real estate, renewable energy, technology, and software development.

Contact Information

Formerly Known As
Dinse Knapp & McAndrew, Dinse Knapp and McAndrew, Austin & Edmunds, Dinse, Allen & Erdmann, Dinse, Erdmann, & Clapp, Dinse, Erdmann, Clapp & McAndrew, Dinse, Knapp, & McAndrew, Edmunds, Austin & Wick, Wick, Dinse & Allen
Year Founded
Service Provider Type
Law Firm
Primary Office
  • 209 Battery Street
  • Burlington, VT 05402
  • United States
+1 (802) 000-0000

Dinse (Burlington) Services to Companies

Service on a Deal (1)

Company Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
Vermont Teddy Bear Legal Advisor Sep 2005 00000 0000000
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Dinse (Burlington) Team (2)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Afi Ahmadi Attorney Burlington, VT
Ted Lawrence JD Attorney Burlington, VT
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