“I’m honored to join the ranks of the esteemed Partners at Cramer & Anderson. Our family has a long history of practicing law in Connecticut, so it’s especially gratifying to be part of a distinguished firm whose presence in western Connecticut can be traced back all the way back to the Civil War era,” Attorney Moller said. “As a Partner, I look forward to helping guide our highly experienced Personal Injury team as it continues to grow to meet the needs of our clients.”
“Cramer & Anderson is a truly unique law firm with a rich history and highly respected attorneys. I am honored to work alongside such exceptional legal practitioners and staff,” Attorney Mortelliti said. “As a newly minted partner, I look forward to growing the Labor & Employment Law practice area and continuing the firm’s commitment to excellence, which has allowed it to become one of the most distinguished law offices in Connecticut.”
About Attorney Moller
The Mollers are part of a family with a long and distinguished heritage in the law. Attorney Barry Moller’s wife and Graham Moller’s mother, Gina A. Pasquini, is a leading Connecticut attorney in family and matrimonial law and has served as Chair of the Connecticut Bar Association’s Family Law section.
The late William R. Moller, father and grandfather of Barry and Graham Moller, was one of the best trial lawyers in Connecticut. He authored the first Connecticut Practice Book, commencing in 1966, as well as teaching a bar exam review course which assisted generations of lawyers in passing the exam.
Shortly before Christmas 2019, the Town of New Milford won a significant, bitterly contested lawsuit involving the demolition and remediation of a blighted industrial property.
After nearly four years of complex litigation involving hundreds of court filings, expert witnesses, 22 days of trial and complicated legal briefs, the Town was awarded a judgment in the amount of $489,372 against a demolition contractor. The Town sued Standard Demolition Services Inc. claiming it breached its $2.7 million contract to demolish and remediate the 315,000-square-foot former brass mill building. Standard countersued, but the court rejected all counts of the counterclaim, finding for the Town on each.
About Attorney Mortelliti
Attorney Mortelliti joined Cramer & Anderson in September 2021 as a Litigation Associate in the firm’s Danbury office. After graduating from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 2017 with a concentration in environmental law, Attorney Mortelliti worked on a variety of land use/zoning, civil litigation, landlord-tenant law and municipal law matters for clients across Connecticut.
Attorney Mortelliti is part of the firm’s Labor & Employment Law section, mostly representing employers. His practice has recently expanded to include legal representation in various proceedings with the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations and the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration. His website post on the workplace impact of Connecticut’s legalization of cannabis led to an appearance in a WFSB Channel 3 News story to discuss employers’ ability to regulate marijuana use in the workplace.
Attorney Mortelliti’s practice also includes Civil Litigation, Landlord-Tenant Law and Zoning/Land Use Law. He also practices Civil Litigation and has represented municipalities throughout Litchfield, Fairfield, and Tolland Counties.
In December 2023, Attorney Mortelliti argued before the Connecticut Supreme Court after appealing a controversial decision by the Connecticut Siting Council. He regularly assists Partner Dan Casagrande in appeals to the Connecticut Appellate Court and Connecticut Supreme Court.
About Cramer & Anderson
Cramer & Anderson provides sophisticated legal services, close to home, with regional offices in New Milford, Washington Depot, Kent, Litchfield, Danbury, and Ridgefield. For more information, see the firm’s website or call the flagship office in New Milford at (860) 355-2631.