Cramer & Anderson’s COVID-19 Response

See our updated information in the the March 17 post, Cramer & Anderson Open for Business Amid Coronavirus, Just in a Different Way

As the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus intensifies in Connecticut and the U.S., Cramer & Anderson, LLP is taking steps to help ensure the health and well-being of our clients, visitors to our offices, and our attorneys and staff. Below we outline the steps the firm is taking in response to the situation. For more information about COVID-19, visit the CDC website: 


Cramer & Anderson offices in New Milford, Litchfield, Danbury, Kent, Washington Depot, and Ridgefield remain open for business—but with many precautionary measures in place.


We are no longer greeting clients, colleagues, or anyone else with a handshake or engaging in any other physical contact. Until further notice our attorneys and staff have been advised to communicate with clients virtually and not in person whenever possible.

In cases where personal contact is necessary, such as a real estate closing, we recommend the process include only the Cramer & Anderson client and his/her attorney, not the other party or attorney.  

In-person depositions will be postponed, unless absolutely necessary, and in such cases they will be done by videoconferencing if possible. 

Generally, we are encouraging everyone to practice social distancing, and review and implement the CDC’s recommendations for preventing COVID-19 spread

The firm has also sent an advisory to attorneys and staff stressing the importance of taking all recommended measures, including avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth, proper hand-washing, and staying at home when feeling unwell.

Additionally, everyone at Cramer & Anderson is aware of, and heeding, CDC quarantine requirements as they relate to travel and exposure to someone who has contracted or been exposed to COVID-19.


We have increased efforts to provide hand sanitizer in our offices, and commonly touched surfaces such as door handles are being sanitized. Attorneys and staff are also cleaning and disinfecting keyboards, telephones, copy machines, kitchen appliances, and all aspects of common areas.


We can easily accommodate any clients or potential clients who prefer not to visit the office through the use of technology. Simply call your attorney to work out the details, or call the office you are dealing with to make arrangements.


Connecticut courts remain open, but the Judicial Branch has implemented these measures in response to concern over the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus:

  • Under the terms and provisions of the Judicial Branch’s Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP), commencing Monday, March 16, 2020, and continuing through March 27, 2020, the courts will schedule and hear only those matters identified as “Priority 1 Business Functions.”   

  • The following matters are Priority 1 Business Functions: Criminal arraignments and domestic violence arraignments; juvenile detention hearings; family orders of relief from abuse; civil orders of relief from abuse; civil protection orders; ex parte motions; orders of temporary custody; orders to appear; emergency ex parte order of temporary custody; juvenile detention operations for detainees held for juvenile court; termination of parental rights; domestic violence victim notification; civil and family capias mittimus execution, and bond reviews.

  • With the exception of jury trials already in progress and criminal jury trials necessitated by the filing and granting of a speedy trial motion, all jury trials, civil and criminal, are suspended for the next 30 days. 

The health and safety of our attorneys, staff, clients and communities is our top priority. We will continue to monitor the situation and take all appropriate measures.

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