The Old Saybrook law firm of Cloutier & Cassella traces its roots to the firm of O'Connell & Budney, which Richard T. O'Connell and Walter R. Budney established in 1967. Well-regarded experts in the fields of commercial law, criminal and civil litigation, Governor William O'Neil nominated our founding partners subsequently confirmed by the Connecticut legislature to serve as Connecticut Superior Court judges in the early 1980's.
The firm then became Cloutier & Domnarski until 2001 when Edward S. Domnarski, Jr. was the third lawyer in the firm elevated to the Superior Court bench. The firm is now known as Cloutier & Cassella. Today Cloutier & Cassella is a multi-service law firm, serving individual and business interests in New Haven, Middlesex and New London Counties and in towns throughout the Connecticut River Valley.
Our firm consists of three lawyers and an experienced, friendly, and competent staff of six paraprofessionals and paralegals who assist us in meeting the needs of our clients. One of our attorneys is licensed to practice law in both Connecticut and Massachusetts. Our attorneys represent clients in those state courts, federal court.
The cases our attorneys handle range from simple to complex. Our attorneys are recognized for their trial work and represent clients in all state courts and federal courts. With close ties to the communities in which we live and work, all our attorneys have a very active history of involvement in not only professional bar organizations, but on civic and community boards and commissions.
Well known in the legal community and recognized for our professionalism, skill and integrity, Cloutier & Cassella is proud to receive frequent recommendations and case referrals from not only our clients, but from other law firms.
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