- Residential Real Estate Law
- Domestic Relations Law
- Commercial Law
- Civil Litigation
- Workers Compensation
- Personal Injury
- Real Estate
Connecticut College, B.A. with distinction, 1977
University of Connecticut, J.D., 1980
1980, Connecticut and U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut
Windham County, Connecticut and American Bar Associations.
Putnam, Connecticut, May 31, 1955
Anne R. Hoyt, a resident associate in the firm's Central Village office, represents clients out of the firm's Hartford and Central Village offices, practicing in a wide range of practice areas, including family law, personal injury, attorney grievance defense, civil and commercial litigation, residential and commercial real estate, workers' compensation, social security disability, probate and administrative law. Admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut, Federal District of Connecticut, and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court, Attorney Hoyt also served as an Attorney Trial Referee for the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch. She served for two terms on the Statewide Grievance Committee. She is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association and Windham County Bar Association, and she also serves as guardian ad litem and attorney for the minor children in contested dissolution actions. Attorney Hoyt earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, with distinction, from Connecticut College in 1977. She received her Juris Doctor from University of Connecticut School of Law in 1980, and is admitted to practice in the State of Connecticut, Federal District of Connecticut and Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court. Attorney Hoyt resides in Norwich with her husband and their two daughters. She is a past-president of the Plainfield Chamber of Commerce, a former member of the Board of Directors of the Norwich chapter of the American Cancer Society, and a former member of the finance committee at St. Augustine's, Canterbury, Connecticut. Attorney Hoyt was involved as a Girl Scout leader for many years and is a lifetime member of the Girls Scouts of America. Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award, Administrative Law. Co-Author: "Civil Commitment of Juveniles," bound for honors display University of Connecticut, 1980. Member, Statewide Grievance Committee, 1995—. Attorney Trial Referee, 1990—. Special Master, 1992-1996, Trustee, 1996—, Member, Board of Directors, 1988-1991 and Vice President, 1991, Norwich Quinebaug Unit of the American Cancer Society. President, Plainfield Chamber of Commerce, 1992-1993 and Member, Board of Directors, 1992—.
Douglas Gaynor v. Union Trust Company, 216 Conn. 458, 1990; Fleet Bank of Connecticut v. Allan J. Breed, et al, 29 Conn. App 924, 1992, cert. den. 225 Conn. 903, 1993; In the matter of Flynn Funeral Home, Inc., Debtor, U.S. Bankruptcy, District of Conn. No. 2-81-01105, 8 C.L.T. No. 12, p. 12 Column 2, 12/10/81; In re Juvenile Appeal, (84-7) 3 Conn. App. 30 (1984).
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