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The Doctrine of “Wrongful Discharge in Violation of Public Policy” Takes Flight Again in Decision of the Connecticut Supreme Court
wrongful discharge
Emerging Developments in Connection with Connecticut’s Employee Free Speech Statute: A Connecticut Lawyer Magazine Article by Attorney Zachary Schurin
Free Speech Statute
Has New York State Enacted a Workplace Civility Code?
Not Being Pregnant Can Support a Pregnancy Discrimination Claim
Supervisors Can Have Personal Liability for Employment Discrimination
Are Discretionary Bonuses Really Discretionary?
Connecticut Supreme Court Rules Against Use of Fluctuating Workweek Method in Calculating Overtime Pay for Retail Employees
The Law Governing Unpaid Interns, Part II: Rights Under Federal and State Nondiscrimination Laws
The Connecticut Supreme Court Aces Another ABC Test
What Is the Extent of an Employer’s Liability For the Acts of an Employee?
Workers Comp Continues To Be Exclusive Remedy for Workplace Injuries
Is Disloyalty Its Own Reward?
Honesty is the Best Policy
Some Workers Compensation Principles That Are Often Misunderstood
Supreme Court Reaffirms Workers Compensation Exclusivity
Connecticut Supreme Court Reaffirms the Right of an Employer to Determine When Commissions Are Paid
The ABC’s Of Worker Classification Are Once Again Before The Connecticut Supreme Court
The Connecticut Supreme Court Gets an “A”
The Return of “Mental-Mental:” Will Workers Compensation Again Be Extended to Cover Emotional Trauma?
The Appropriate Punishment for Actual and Perceived Threats in the Workplace-Take Two; the Appellate Court (Sensibly) Speaks
The Perennial Problem of References
Perceived Disability Now Recognized Under Connecticut Law
Sex, Lies, and The FOIA: Wotjas v. Town of Stonington and The Disclosure of Sexual Harassment Complaints, Regardless of “Guilt.”
The Police Have The Right To Remain Silent Too: The Supreme Court Rules On The Disclosure Of Police Reports Under The FOIA
What Is The Interactive Process?
Paying Employees For Travel Time
When Is Someone “At Work”? Implications For Unemployment Compensation Eligibility (And Beyond)
Workplace Bullying and The Law
“Mind Your Own Business”- The Connecticut Supreme Court Limits Challenges to Licensing and Certification Decisions by Public Agencies in Lopez v. Bridgeport Board of Education.
Before Adopting a Restrictive Covenant Program, Check For Fundamentals?
Supreme Court Decision on Departing Employees & Releasing Workers’ Compensation Claims Against Employer
Be Careful - Complying with Separation Agreements and Personnel File Issues

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