Bethlehem Wetlands Denial Backs Cramer & Anderson Client

The Bethlehem Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Agency on July 27 denied an application submitted by Grillo Services, LLC for an organic composting facility and construction & demolition debris transfer station on property located at 351 Main St. South. The denial closely reflects issues, concerns, and violations cited by experts retained by Cramer & Anderson and the firm’s


Attorney Weinshank Named American Bar Foundation Fellow

Cramer & Anderson Senior Partner Josh Weinshank has been named a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (ABF). Membership is limited to one percent of the lawyers admitted to practice in the U.S. and its territories, as well as a limited number of lawyers in international jurisdictions, according to the ABF. Attorney Weinshank, whose practice focuses on Trust

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Attorneys Can Now Reach Out to Opposing Disclosed Experts; Will Litigation Change?

The Connecticut Appellate Court published its opinion in Epright, Jacqueline v. Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (AC 43969) on May 31. The issue at appeal was whether communications between the plaintiff’s counsel and the defense counsel’s expert constituted impermissible ex-parte communication. Litigation attorneys have long assumed the prohibition of such contact to be a de facto


Attorney Jennifer Collins Receives ‘Client Champion’ Award

Martindale-Hubbell’s attorney ratings service has awarded Cramer & Anderson Partner Jennifer Collins a Silver Client Champion award, which recognizes attorneys for their commitment to the best in client service. The Client Champion award is based on Attorney Collins’ 5-star ranking in reviews from clients she has helped in her Workers’ Compensation, Social Security Disability, and

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Legal Cannabis in Connecticut: Impacts on the Workplace

Cannabis possession and consumption is now legal for Connecticut residents over 21 years old, with exceptions. The General Assembly’s sweeping cannabis legislation took effect July 1, 2022. See the related story: Cannabis Is Legal in Connecticut; What You Need to Know Although the legislation extends far beyond the employment context, below is a brief overview


Cannabis Is Legal in Connecticut; What You Need to Know

Cannabis is now legal in Connecticut and the official state website has an entire section devoted to cannabis. See the Related Story: Legal Cannabis in Connecticut: Impacts on the Workplace Below, Cramer & Anderson Associate Graham Moller answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the state’s legalization of cannabis. Is possession and storage

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