Andrés Jiménez-Franck is an associate in Pullman & Comley’s Labor, Employment Law and Employee Benefits Department. He earned his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law and while in law school was a member of the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic, where he successfully obtained political asylum for his client. Andrés served as the membership editor of the Connecticut Public Interest Journal and was also the president of the Latino Law Student Association. Andrés received his B.A. from Western Connecticut State University in Justice and Law Administration and participated in the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch Experimental Learning Program where he reviewed and audited docket files. His experience also includes work as a volunteer legal assistant in the Mass Torts practice of a Danbury firm.
Connecticut Hispanic Bar Association - Director of Communications, Board of Directors
Appointed to the Connecticut Bar Association Presidential Fellows Program
News & Insights
- Don’t Just Leave Leave Alone: Whether You Have 1 Employee or 100, Private Employers Must Act Quickly to Comply with Changes to Connecticut’s Family and Medical Leave Law01.14.2022
- Dealing with Religious Objections to Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements: The EEOC Issues Clarifying Technical Assistance for Employers10.26.2021
- A Critical Warning to Federal Contractors and Subcontractors with Unvaccinated Employees: Time is Running Out to Comply with President Biden’s Vaccination Mandate10.21.2021
- Recent Changes to CDC Guidance May Allow Employers to Safely Return Employees Exposed to COVID-19 to Work in Fewer Than 14 Days12.14.2020
- One Size Doesn’t Fit All: New EEOC Guidance Cautions Employers to Take an Individualized Approach in Returning ‘At-Risk’ Employees to Work in the Wake of COVID-1905.27.2020
- Dealing with Religious Objections to Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination Requirements: The EEOC Issues Clarifying Technical Assistance for EmployersWorking Together, 10.26.2021
- Connecticut Employers Required to Disclose Wage Ranges to Employees and Job Applicants and Ensure Male and Female Employees Receive Comparable Pay for Comparable WorkWorking Together, 08.06.2021
- Employees Splitting Working Time Between the Office and Home? The DOL Reminds Employers About the Rules on When Commute Time is Compensable in the New Age of TeleworkWorking Together, 03.03.2021
- Pandemic Pandemonium (Summer Vacation Edition): How the Governor’s Latest Executive Order Complicates FFCRA Leave for EmployersWorking Together, 07.06.2020
- Working Together, 06.19.2020
- Working Together, 06.08.2020
- One Size Doesn’t Fit All: New EEOC Guidance Cautions Employers to Take an Individualized Approach in Returning ‘At-Risk’ Employees to Work in the Wake of COVID-19Working Together, 05.28.2020
Bar and Court Admissions
University of Connecticut School of Law, J.D.
Western Connecticut State University, B.A.