Berman and Sable was founded in 1977 by Michael Berman and Joel Sable with the intended mission of representing commercial clients both in business transactions and business related litigation. Prior to founding the firm, Attorney Berman and Attorney Sable practiced for several years with firms focused on commercial transactions and litigation. Berman and Sable has become a boutique law firm concentrating on commercial and construction litigation and commercial transactions. The firm has continued its original focus over the years and has successfully expanded its practice to include all aspects of corporate and business law, general commercial and construction litigation as well as commercial lending and asset recovery.

Berman and Sable, with offices located in Hartford Connecticut, and New York, New York, focuses on building relationships with business people. Berman and Sable prides itself in being sized and located to enable it to deliver the highest quality service to our clients, regardless of the complexity of the legal issue involved and is typically asked to participate in transactions from the first "thought" through conclusion.

Since its organization in 1977, Berman and Sable has thrived on developing and maintaining person-to-person relationships with the individuals at the businesses it represents.

The attorneys at Berman and Sable are supported by a strong, experienced staff as well as an up-to-date library, reference collection and computerized research which allows the attorneys to keep abreast of important developments and changes in law. These tools allow us to respond immediately and efficiently to our clients' needs. Further, our computer network allows us to have direct electronic communication with our clients, along with Courts, State Agencies and Departments.

Our clients include closely held businesses of all sizes, financial institutions, general contractors, sub-contractors, owners, management companies, commercial and residential real-estate developers, local and national corporations, financing factors, condominium associations and individuals engaged in business.

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