R.W. “Eli” Moulton III, Esq.

Eli’s practice focuses on advising business clients and entrepreneurs on a wide range of business legal needs, including financing transactions, private offerings, venture capital, angel investment, slow money/social investing, crowdfunding, business acquisitions, employment matters, equity compensation, intellectual property and general contract and business matters. Eli often acts as a “general counsel” for businesses that are too small to justify the cost and expense of hiring a dedicated in-house counsel.  Eli has been prominent in the “Slow Money” and “invest local” movements, being referred to as the “go-to guy” for creative financing in Amy Cortese’s book “Localvesting.” Working with regulators at the Vermont Department of Financial Regulation, Eli has been instrumental in helping to update securities laws and regulations to facilitate raising capital, and was directly involved in advancements to the Vermont Small Business Offering exemption (VSBO) and SUN Exemption.

Eli has also participated on the Boards of several non-profit organizations, including The Sarah Holbrook Center, the Intervale Center and The Initiative For Local Capital, Inc.  Eli is regularly ranked as a top-level attorney for corporate law by lawyer rating services – including Best Lawyers in America, Super Lawyers, U.S. News & World Report and Avvo.

Before moving to Vermont and founding The Moulton Law Group, Eli started his legal career in 1997 in Boston, MA at Goodwin Proctor LLP.  Eli graduated summa cum laude with a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from the University of Colorado and a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law.  When Eli isn’t working, he enjoys skiing, golfing, woodworking, working on his house, traveling and enjoying time with his wife and two daughters.

Eli is admitted to practice law in Vermont and Massachusetts.

Elizabeth L. Metayer, Esq.

Drawing upon her significant experience in corporate law, commercial transactions, and debt and equity financings, Liz advises clients on a wide range of corporate legal issues.  In addition to her substantial transaction experience in these areas, Liz also routinely handles residential and commercial real estate transactions, asset sales and acquisitions, and often acts as outside general counsel to companies in many stages of growth.  Additionally, Liz advises investors (both local, and national) seeking legal advice and guidance before investing in private equity and debt transactions with issuers in a wide range of industries.

Liz began her legal career at Miller, Garrell & Walsh (Fairfield, CT) in 2002, joined Merritt & Merritt (Burlington, VT) in 2004, and co-founded the Moulton Law Group with Eli Moulton in 2016.

Liz is admitted to practice law in Vermont.

Email Peter: posborn@moultonlg.com

Peter K. Osborn, Esq.

Peter advises entrepreneurs, startups, venture-backed companies and venture capital investors on a wide range of corporate legal issues.  Serving in the role of general outside counsel to operating companies from a wide range of industries, Peter helps his clients navigate the legal complexities of entity formation, corporate governance, securities law compliance, equity compensation, the protection of intellectual property and employment matters.  In 2017, Peter was recognized for his dedication and expertise as the winner of the Client Choice Award for general corporate work in Massachusetts.

As counsel to both issuers and investors in venture capital transactions, Peter provides practical advice informed by deep experience, having advised clients in hundreds of transactions in which billions of dollars have been invested.  Peter also serves as both buy-side and sell-side counsel in small- and mid-market merger and acquisition transactions.

Peter is a frequent guest lecturer at universities on the topics of startup companies and venture capital transactions and a frequent contributor to business plan competitions and other events in the startup community.

Prior to joining The Moulton Law Group, Peter was a member of the nationally recognized Emerging Company and Venture Capital Practice of WilmerHale.

Peter is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New York.

Timothy J. Prevo, Esq.

Tim graduated from Saint Michael’s College, cum laude in 2006 with a degree in political science, and received his J.D. cum laude from Quinnipiac University School of Law in 2012. After passing the bar and being admitted as an attorney in Connecticut, Tim returned to Vermont to pursue his legal career with Merritt & Merritt, in 2013. In 2016, Tim joined The Moulton Law Group as an associate attorney.

Tim has significant experience in general corporate law, company formation and maintenance, and has assisted in numerous private offering, commercial financing, and mergers & acquisitions deals.

Tim is admitted to practice law in Vermont and Connecticut.

Email Caitlin: cstanton@moultonlg.com

Caitlin Stanton, Esq.

A graduate of Vermont Law School, Caitlin joined the firm in 2016 following a clerkship with the Honorable Harold E. Eaton, Jr. of the Vermont Supreme Court.  Prior to that, Caitlin clerked for the Honorable Thomas S. Durkin and the Honorable Thomas G. Walsh in the Environmental Division of the Vermont Superior Court. While in law school, Caitlin was a member of law review and the Moot Court Advisory Board. She also co-authored a book called Environmental Law for Non-Lawyers. A native New Englander, Caitlin received a B.A. from Brown University and a Masters in Public Health at the University of Edinburgh. She lives in Winooski with her husband, David.

Caitlin is admitted to practice law in Vermont.

Evan M. Campbell, Esq.

Evan graduated from Drury University in 2011 with a degree in business administration and economics, and he received his J.D. in 2016 from Cornell Law School. Evan began his legal career in the New York and Washington, D.C. offices of Fried Frank, where he represented private equity sponsors and strategic companies in complex buy-side and sell-side mergers and acquisitions transactions. Evan also has significant experience advising clients on entity formation, internal restructuring and corporate governance matters. Evan resides in D.C. with his fiancé, Rei, and their two retired racing greyhounds.

Evan is admitted to practice law in New York.