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By Attorney Matthew D. Glennon 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...
Seven Attorneys From Berchem Moses PC Named to 2019 Connecticut And New England Super Lawyers® Only 5 percent of attorneys in the state are selected to receive this prestigious honor. MILFORD AND WESTPORT, CT: Ira W. Bloom, Floyd J. Dugas, Christopher M. Hodgson, Mario F. Coppola, Warren L. Holcomb and Bryan L. LeClerc of Berchem Moses PC have been named to the Connecticut and New England Super...
MILFORD — A local lawyer who loves the city’s restaurants and has a special place in his heart for essential workers, including medical personnel, has come up with a creative way to help both groups amid the coronavirus pandemic. Matt Glennon, 29, son of Board of Education Chairwoman Susan Glennon, has established a GoFundMe campaign so he can purchase food at local restaurants to be donated to...
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September 27: Presented by Senior Partners Floyd Dugas, Christopher Hodgson and Attorney Rebecca Goldberg.
Exempt or Non-exempt? and Other Wage and Hour Issues
October 25: Presented by Attorneys Paula Anthony and Rebecca Goldberg
Best Practices for Managing Problem Employees
November 22: Presented by Attorneys Meredith Diette and Paula Anthony.
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