Labor & Employment Law

Labor & Employment Law, Cramer & Anderson, LLP

Cramer & Anderson’s attorneys represent Connecticut employers on a wide range of labor and employment related issues and separately represent workers and employees on matters including wrongful termination, discrimination, and Workers’ Compensation.

Our firm offers sophisticated legal services in nearly 20 practice areas to clients across the state from six regional offices in western Connecticut. Through our interdisciplinary approach, clients benefit from our attorneys’ decades of experience and record of achieving successful outcomes.

For employers, that means access to a team of attorneys who work with individual, business, corporate, nonprofit, and public sector clients on issues involving Business, Corporate and Commercial Law, Municipal Law, Civil Litigation, and more.

For workers and employees, the interdisciplinary approach brings in attorneys as needed who are versed in Workers’ Compensation, Disability Law, Immigration Law, and more.

Representing Workers and Employees

Partner Chris Sochacki, whose Civil Litigation and Personal Injury practice focuses on helping people who have been wronged or injured, is the firm’s lead attorney representing workers and employees. Associate Allison Noteware also represents workers and employees, and works with Attorney Sochacki on issues that include:

Reach Attorney Sochacki by phone at (860) 567-8718 or email at, and Attorney Noteware by email at or phone at 860-355-2631, ext. 151.

Representing Employers

Attorney Joseph Mortelliti has worked with municipalities, government officials, housing authorities, and other public and private sector employers on matters including Litigation, Labor Law and Employment Law. He was recently featured in a WFSB Channel 3 News story about employers’ legal duty to manage marijuana in the workplace. Issues that Attorney Mortelliti and Cramer & Anderson LLP handle for employers include:

Reach Attorney Mortelliti by phone at (203) 744-1234, or by email at

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