Cramer & Anderson Client Wins Shed Placement Dispute

A shed built just six inches from a residential property line was improperly approved after the fact by the Southbury Zoning Board of Appeals, a Waterbury Superior Court judge ruled in a July 11 decision. Cramer & Anderson Associate Graham Moller represented the plaintiffs, abutting property owners, in the appeal of the 2018 ZBA decision. […]


Nursing Facilities Can’t Ask Family, Others to Guarantee Payment

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) issued a Sept. 8, 2022 reminder to nursing facilities that the Nursing Home Reform Act (NHRA) prohibits them from “requesting or requiring that a third party personally guarantee payment to the facility as a condition of a resident’s admission or continued stay in the facility.” “Nursing homes that participate


Connecticut Announces Priority One Taxpayer Assistance Program

The Connecticut Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has launched a new assistance program specifically designed to help taxpayers subject to current DRS collections matters who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The DRS Priority One Taxpayer Assistance Program (Priority One) is available to business and individual taxpayers who may be unable to meet their current collections

What We’re Thinking

Owed Money? Connecticut Courts Prioritize Ex Parte Prejudment Remedies

COVID-19 and the steps taken by local, state, and federal governments to combat its spread have affected every facet of society, including the Connecticut Judicial Branch and the state’s 15 Superior Courts. With Executive Order No. 7G, Gov. Ned Lamont suspended all non-critical court operations in early March. The Judicial Branch then issued a Continuity of Operations Plan


Covid-19 and Workers’ Compensation: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How does Workers’ Compensation work in the state of Connecticut? A: Workers’ Compensation is designed to protect employees that are injured or exposed to disease while in the course and scope of their employment. It provides wage replacement benefits for lost time from work and covers all related medical bills to treat the injury. Q: If


Attorneys Barry and Graham Moller Win CT Law Tribune Awards

Cramer & Anderson Partner Barry S. Moller and Associate Graham Moller, his son, have won 2020 Professional Excellence Awards from the Connecticut Law Tribune. Attorney Barry Moller, whose practice includes complex Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation cases, won a Distinguished Leaders award, and Attorney Graham Moller, who focuses on Workers’ Compensation and Civil Litigation, won a New Leaders in the Law award. The Mollers are part of


Cramer & Anderson Win for New Milford in Century Brass Case

The Town of New Milford has won a significant, bitterly contested lawsuit involving the remediation of the Century Brass property. After nearly four years of complex litigation involving hundreds of court filings, numerous expert witnesses, 22 days of trial and complicated legal briefs, the Town was awarded a judgment in the amount of $489,372 against


Attorneys Larson, Moller Named Co-Chairs of Young Lawyers Committee

The Litchfield County Bar Association (LCBA) has created a Young Lawyers Committee and named Cramer & Anderson Attorneys Graham Moller and Eric Larson its first co-chairs.  “We look forward to the fresh look and enthusiasm Eric and Graham will bring to this task, and hope with their help to encourage the younger members of the Bar to participate

Scroll to Top