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Federal funding threatened over transgender athlete policy

Attorney Michelle Laubin is quoted in a September 18, 2020 article by Luke Broadwater and Erica L. Green of The New York Times, regarding federal funding being threatened over transgender athlete policy. Read more at:

Attorney Alfred P. Bruno Wins Victory for Public Safety in Gun Permit Appeal

Attorney Alfred P. Bruno successfully argued the overturn of the State of Connecticut Board of Firearms Permit Examiners’ (BFPE) decision to grant a pistol permit in Police Department, Town of Stratford, Connecticut v. Board of Firearms Permit Examiners, et al.  The permit was initially denied by the Stratford Police Department due to the applicant’s prior criminal history and possession of a medical […]

Four-school consortium to set up novel higher education collective campus in Bridgeport

A novel higher education collective is being created at the University of Bridgeport campus to offer students the opportunity to study in several programs, or from several schools, all in one physical location. Gov. Ned Lamont and leaders from Goodwin University, Sacred Heart University, the University of Bridgeport and the Paier College of Art announced the new […]

Connecticut Recovery Bridge Loan Program Launched

By Attorney Berchem Moses is committed to helping our business clients navigate this difficult time. Connecticut has announced a $25 million short-term emergency loan program. The program is intended to provide emergency cash flow relief to small businesses and nonprofits negatively impacted by the coronavirus, and offers qualifying organizations with 100 or fewer employees access […]

Attorney Mario F. Coppola Named Senior Partner

Berchem Moses PC recently announced that Mario F. Coppola has been named Senior Partner.  Attorney Coppola practices in the areas of municipal law, land use and zoning, property tax assessment appeals, general civil litigation and real estate transactions.  He has handled hundreds of land use/zoning and tax appeal matters from the administrative level through the Connecticut courts. […]

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit vs. Town of Wilton

In a CT Superior Court courtroom on December 16, 2019, Judge David Tobin dismissed the lawsuit brought by Michael Powers against the Town of Wilton. Attorney Ryan Driscoll of Berchem Moses PC represented the Town of Wilton, the Board of Selectmen (BOS), and all five BOS members. Click here to read the recent article by Heather Borden Herve on […]

Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Against Union

Richard J. Buturla, Chair of the litigation department, recently obtained a temporary restraining order, on behalf of Project Service LLC, operator of the twenty three food and fuel service plazas located throughout the State of Connecticut. The order pertained to a rally organized by Service Employees International Union, Local 32BJ SEIU scheduled to be held […]

Attorney Tyler Williams Joins Berchem Moses PC as the Firm’s Newest Associate

Tyler Williams is a member of the firm’s litigation department where he represents insurance carriers, governmental entities and employers in general litigation matters, focusing on civil defense litigation. While attending the University Of Connecticut School Of Law, Tyler worked as a student attorney for the School’s Connecticut Urban Legal Initiative and was a member of […]

Attorneys Ryan Driscoll and Christine Sullivan Win Important Decision For Trumbull Board of Education in United States District Court

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) is a landmark federal statute that protects the rights of children with disabilities to receive a free and appropriate public education. One of the keys to ensuring that a public school district provides an appropriate education is the proper evaluation of the impact of the child’s disability on […]

Attorney Ira Bloom Addresses CBA Planning & Zoning Section At Wesleyan University

Attorney Ira W. Bloom was a speaker on March 23, 2019 at the Connecticut Bar Association Planning and Zoning Section seminar entitled “Connecticut Land Use Law for Municipal Land Use Agencies, Boards, and Commissions.” Mr. Bloom was part of a panel of prominent land use lawyers addressing nearly 400 municipal officials at this conference held […]