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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 […]

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 […]

Ryan P. Driscoll Named Partner

Leadership at Berchem Moses PC recently elevated Ryan P. Driscoll to Partner of the firm. Attorney Driscoll regularly represents private businesses, municipalities and insurance companies in general litigation matters with a focus on defense of civil rights claims, business disputes, Dram Shop actions, premises liability actions and workers’ compensation matters. He has successfully handled such […]

Team BMD Participates In 2016 Sandy Hook 5K – Love Runs Through

Team BMD again participated in the Sandy Hook 5K to help raise money for the Newtown Collaborative Recovery Fund which helps pay the out of pocket mental health expenses for those who have been most impacted by the 12-14-12 tragedy. More than $70,000 was raised through this event; a percentage of the proceeds will go […]

Team BMD Runs In Sandy Hook 5K To Support The Collaborative Recovery Fund

Led by Attorneys Michelle Laubin, Floyd Dugas, and Ryan Driscoll, Team BMD joined over 1,000 runners to participate in the March 28, 2015 event themed, “Love Runs Through.” Berchem Moses friends and family members raised more than $1,000 in matching donations. All race expenses were covered, and at least $70,000 in proceeds from the Sandy […]