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We provide the highest quality legal services, in a manner consistent with your objectives and cost concerns, and in an environment which facilitates the mutual trust and respect necessary for a successful attorney-client relationship.
From its roots as a general practice law firm established in 1933, Berchem Moses P.C., has grown into a sophisticated multi-specialty law practice. Our firm's reputation was built one case and one client at a time. Our firm has grown to over 30 attorneys, yet we continue to provide each client with the highest level of personalized attention. Many of our clients have been with us for decades based upon our:
-high-quality legal representation
-personal, responsive client service
-cost-effective legal solutions
We provide clients with the highest quality legal services consistent with their business objectives and cost concerns.
A Team Approach
Each attorney focuses on a primary area of practice so clients can rely on us for expert advice and counsel. For example, our education law attorneys understand every nuance of Connecticut special education law. Our attorneys also confer and collaborate with each other in order to provide clients with an efficient and integrated approach to solving their legal concerns.
At Berchem Moses P.C., we work timelessly to develop successful attorney-client relationships based on mutual trust and respect. Our firm is committed to serving our clients' needs and achieving their goals. We listen carefully to their concerns and objectives and we provide creative legal solutions while never losing sight of budgetary constraints.
Service to the Community
We are committed to serving the communities in which we live and do business. Our attorneys are actively involved in local, civic, and charitable organizations, serving on boards and commissions, maintaining political leadership roles, and holding positions on various local administrative boards, agencies, and civic organizations. Statewide governmental and trade agencies routinely call upon our attorneys for advice and guidance.
Our attorneys maintain a commitment to professional excellence unmatched in the state of Connecticut. We welcome the opportunity to assist you with your legal concerns, whatever their complexity. For the highest level of service available anywhere in the legal community delivered in a cost effective manner, contact the Connecticut law firm of Berchem Moses P.C.
With offices in New Haven and Fairfield Counties the law firm of Berchem Moses P.C., represents clients throughout the state of Connecticut, including the cities of Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, and Stamford, and throughout Fairfield County, Hartford County, Litchfield County, Middlesex County, New Haven County, New London County, Tolland County, and Windham County. Our firm also represents clients nationally.
Client Review for Mario F. Coppola | September 21, 2017
Mario helped us defend our neighborhood against a large teleco carrier who wanted to install a cel, tower. The chances of success in these cases is extremely rare -- perhaps less than. 5%. Mario worked very closely with us in strategy, and in engagi... Read more
Mario helped us defend our neighborhood against a large teleco carrier who wanted to install a cel, tower. The chances of success in these cases is extremely rare -- perhaps less than. 5%. Mario worked very closely with us in strategy, and in engaging, state and local authorities, as well as representation at hearings. Due to his work, we won. I've gone on to enlist Mario and his firm for all of my other legal work. Read less
Client Review for Berchem Moses PC | January 12, 2011
Client Review for Brian A. Lema | January 12, 2011
Client Review for Berchem Moses PC | January 03, 2017
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The next chapter in the continuing saga of Doninger v. Niehoff, et al. was decided and issued by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit on April 25, 2011. You may recall reading about this case in… View entire entry here.
A recent letter issued by the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) calls into question the practice of denying a request to evaluate a student for potential learning disabilities based upon the failure of the private school where the child… View the entire article: Here
In a decision which is likely to change the dynamics of interest arbitration proceedings in Connecticut, the Freedom of Information Commission has ruled that the decades long presumption that teacher interest arbitration hearings are closed to the public, is incorrect. In the case at issue, the Waterbury Republican-American Newspaper sought entry to an interest arbitration […]
Partner, Floyd J. Dugas, Esq., will be speaking next week at the National School Boards Association Counsel of School Attorneys’ annual meeting in San Francisco. Floyd will be co-presenting on the topic of Negotiating Educational Reform.
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