Berchem Moses PC has three new associates, Nicholas R. Bamonte, Edwin D. Colon and Matthew D. Glennon.  

Bamonte joins the firm’s Westport office where he practices primarily in the areas of land use and municipal law. He formerly served as staff attorney, and later assistant corporation counsel, for the City of Waterbury, where he managed land use appeals, tax assessment appeals and tax foreclosures.

Colon recently joined Berchem Moses PC’s Education Law Department where he represents education boards throughout the state of Connecticut. Prior to joining the firm, he served as Director of the Immigrant Children's Justice Project at the Center for Children's Advocacy, a private non-profit legal organization affiliated with the University of Connecticut School of Law. In addition to his practice as a lawyer, Colon has worked with the Annie E. Casey Foundation on issues related to the improvement of foster care practices and with the Department of Children and Families in child abuse investigations.

Glennon is a new associate in the Business Services Department. His practice focuses on advising private and public clients in complex transactional matters, corporate law, business formation, commercial real estate, land use and zoning, and municipal law. Prior to joining the firm, he was an attorney in the Corporate Transactions group at Bridgewater Associates, LP, the world's largest hedge fund.