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Cramer & Anderson Supports United Way Back to School Program

Cramer & Anderson donated $460 this year to the United Way’s Back-to-School initiative for Greater New Milford, continuing a tradition that began in 2002. Contributions from attorneys and staff enabled the firm to donate $100 gift cards to four students in need. The remaining $60 was applied to miscellaneous school supplies. “The 32nd annual Back-to-School

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Vacant Property Fraud: Scammers May Try to Sell Your CT Land

The real estate scam in which imposters fraudulently sell vacant land free of mortgage liens out from under the true owners was attempted recently in Danbury and Goshen. Retained to handle what appeared to be legitimate transactions, Cramer & Anderson’s highly experienced real estate attorneys, including Partner Neal White, determined that imposters were claiming to

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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

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New Milford Settles With Candlewood Solar; Key Concessions

The Town of New Milford has reached a settlement in its lawsuit challenging the Connecticut Siting Council’s 2017 approval of Candlewood Solar LLC’s development and management plans for a 20 megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic electric generating facility on a sensitive Candlewood Mountain site. Cramer & Anderson Municipal Law Partner Dan Casagrande, who represents the Town in

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The Differences Between Arbitration and Mediation

 Arbitration and mediation are both examples of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that are handled outside of the courtroom. Mediation can be used in many areas of the law, including divorce, personal injury and other litigation, property disputes, and more. While mediators have no power to resolve or decide a dispute, they often succeed in

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