About Gordon Troy
Gordon received his law degree from John Marshall Law School in 1986. After law school, he designed and developed large mainframe computer systems in Chicago and New York, before becoming an associate attorney at Abelman Frayne & Schwab, a New York “boutique” law firm representing primarily Fortune 100 companies. He established his own practice in 1991 and moved to Vermont, a State known not only for its clean, fresh air, beautiful mountains, and low-density population, but also its independent inventors and entrepreneurs. Gordon’s practice, however, was always, and still is, both national and international, with U.S. clients throughout the United States (including New York, Florida and California), and associated attorneys across the globe, including China.