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Could Settling an Employment Case Cost You a $1,000 Per Day Fine?

Written by Robert G. Brody and Rebecca Goldberg on November 30, 2012

Employment Law Strategist November 2012   Imagine settling an employment discrimination claim for $450,000 and then getting a bill for $90,000 more three months later.  As of January 1, 2012 this is possible and most private employers have no idea this could happen.  Employers need to report details of certain settlements to the federal government.  […]

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Supreme Court Employment Law: Decisions Limit Employee Free Speech Rights Employers must also guard against ‘hostile work environment’ The Connecticut Law Tribune September 19, 2012 The latest Connecticut Supreme Court term included six major decisions that impact employers, and therefore should impact the advice attorneys give their clients. Private Sectors Employees’ Speech Not Protected This […]

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The Connecticut Law Tribune July 23, 2012   Governor Malloy recently signed into law House Bill 5389, making Connecticut the seventeenth state to allow physicians to prescribe marijuana for medical use to certain qualifying individuals.  The new law is entitled “An Act Concerning the Palliative Use of Marijuana” (“Act”) (Public Act 12-55).  Now Connecticut employers […]

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Reading the Writing on the Cyber-Wall

Written by Robert G. Brody and Rebecca Goldberg on April 26, 2012

As seen in the April 23, 2012 Connecticut Law Tribune

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Changing Gender – The New Sex Discrimination

Written by Robert G. Brody and Rebecca Goldberg on February 2, 2012

As seen in the January, 30 2012 CT Law Tribune  

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