Kent Mancini


Real Estate Lawyers Aren’t All the Same: Choose Wisely

Connecticut law requires that attorneys handle real estate closings involving title insurance, which is commonly required when a buyer is borrowing money from a lender to purchase property. By prohibiting non-attorneys from handling most types of real estate transactions, Public Act No. 19-88, adopted in 2019, provides safeguards that codify what was already common practice. […]


Open Building Permits: Home Buyers and Sellers Beware

Open building permits are yet another potential stumbling block to smooth and trouble free home sales. With the housing market in Connecticut continuing its surge, encountering these hurdles has become widespread. It’s essentially a standard now for attorneys handling real estate transactions to advise clients to commission municipal inspections. While many sellers and buyers might


Attorney Kent Mancini Wins Distinguished Leaders Award

Cramer & Anderson Partner Kent Mancini has won a 2021 Distinguished Leaders Award from the Connecticut Law Tribune (CLT) based on his significant successful outcome for a Connecticut housing authority, mentoring in the firm’s Litchfield office, leadership in the business community, and collaborative efforts to give back to first responders and families in need amid

News, Success Stories

Significant Cramer & Anderson Win for a Housing Authority

Cramer & Anderson Partners Kent Mancini and William Franklin successfully defended a Connecticut housing authority sued by a factoring company for $2.2 million under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) for a purported wrongful payment over a notice of assignment. The original lawsuit was filed in May 2017. Attorneys Mancini and Franklin won summary judgment in


Pio Yoon Joins Cramer & Anderson as an Associate

University of Connecticut School of Law graduate Pio Yoon joined Cramer & Anderson in mid-May as a litigation associate in advance of taking the Connecticut Bar Exam this fall. “I’m very grateful I was able to connect with the firm before the coronavirus shutdown happened,” said Yoon, who will be based in the firm’s Litchfield office and work closely

Scroll to Top