Jared Burden

In the fast-paced world of startups and entrepreneurship, blending the old with the new can often lead to unexpected challenges, especially in the realm of legal compliance. Take, for instance, the intersection of age-old U.S. securities laws—which governs the raising of capital—and the dynamic domain...

The kickoff of the Virginia General Assembly’s 2024 Legislative Session brought the introduction of two bills proposing significant changes to the permitting process for commercial-scale solar and energy storage, in response to an emerging trend of localities implementing policy roadblocks to renewable energy development. ...

Solar Magazine, one of the solar power industry’s leading publications, recently published an article written by Greene Hurlocker partner Jared Burden titled "What’s Driving Solar Industry Investment and Where Are Dollars Flowing To?” Jared’s article addresses the reasons for growth in the solar power industry, where...

During the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council's 2021 Tech Nite on June 16, partner Jared Burden was proud to award the GreeneHurlocker Innovation in Business Award to Staunton-based digital payment startup Traipse, Inc., headquartered in the Staunton Innovation Hub. Founder Darren Smith accepted the award for...

GreeneHurlocker is proud to help showcase an exceptionally-talented visual artist who just happens to do his painting in the Shenandoah Valley, the location of our Harrisonburg office. Keith Mills' latest works, in an exhibit entitled The Spirit of Things, runs throughout June at the Smith...

Partner Jared Burden awarded the inaugural GreeneHurlocker Emerging Business Award at Shenandoah Valley Technology Council's virtual event, Tech Nite, held October 7, to Sproutly LLC.   The GreeneHurlocker Emerging Business Award is given annually to a Shenandoah Valley emerging technology company or entrepreneur that's already operating at...