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Cramer & Anderson Wins Reversal in Appellate Court

In a case handled by C&A litigator Randy DiBella, the Connecticut Appellate Court reversed a trial court decision denying an injured party the right to file a straight negligence personal injury lawsuit against a hospital. In that case, the plaintiff was  attempting to carry her anesthesia groggy grandchild out of the hospital following a procedure.

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Firm Helps Former Fashion Designer Establish Charitable Bequest

Attorney Arthur C. Weinshank has helped a former fashion designer and model support her local hospital through a charitable remainder unitrust. Lorraine Budny had approached Attorney Weinshank for guidance on how to best support to New Milford Hospital. Attorney Weinshank recommended that Budny, who died in 2011, establish a charitable remainder unitrust because it distributes

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Cramer & Anderson Wins Employment Trial for Manufacturer

In a lawsuit in which a Connecticut manufacturer was sued by a fired employee, the claimant alleged that his discharge was the result of discriminatory practices and in retaliation for his complaints about his work environment. The employer was defended by C&A litigator Bill Franklin. With Franklin’s representation, the employer prevailed at each stage of

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C&A Lawyers Successfully Defend City of Danbury

Cramer & Anderson municipal and civil litigators won a major victory for the City of Danbury in a court case challenging the City’s authority to regulate the handling and transfer of solid waste. A proposed operator of a solid waste facility sued the City claiming that the authority to regulate such facilities lay exclusively with

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Firm Helps Rifle Club Continue Operations

A local gun club in Litchfield has won a recent challenge to its continued operation, according to a ruling that was upheld after an appeal heard in Superior Court in Litchfield. Attorney Perley H. Grimes, Jr. represented the gun club after several abutting property owners challenged its right to operate in a residential zone under

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