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Radcliff, Zidovsky join Langrock, Sperry & Wool

WENDY RADCLIFF

MIDDLEBURY — Wendy E. Radcliff and Matthew A. Zidovsky have joined Langrock Sperry & Wool LLP as the Middlebury law firm’s newest associates.

Radcliff’s litigation practice encompasses a broad range of areas,  including environmental and land use matters, municipal and non-profit representation, workers’ compensation, education and civil rights, nursing home negligence and other general tort matters.

MATTHEW ZIDOVSKY

Zidovsky’s practice is primarily focused on litigation in the areas of employment law, real estate law, commercial business law, products liability, insurance law, civil rights and other general tort matters. He also represents clients on appeal in both state and federal court, as well as in a variety of environmental matters.

Radcliff is a 2003 graduate of West Virginia University College of Law, where she clerked for U.S. District Court Judge Joseph R. Goodwin. She founded the Office of Environmental Advocates in West Virginia and served as assistant attorney general to all three environmental appellate review boards in that state. Radclliff lives in Jericho with her husband and two children and enjoys hiking and spending time with friends and family. She works in the Middlebury office.

Zidovsky is a 2015 graduate of University of New Mexico School of Law and 2007 University of New Mexico, he is admitted to state court in Vermont and state and federal courts in New Mexico; United State Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit; United States Supreme Court and is a member of the American Bar Association and New Mexico Defense Lawyers Association.

Zidovsky resides in Shelburne and, in his free time, enjoys skiing, visiting the ocean and going on adventures with family. He works primarily in the Burlington office.

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