Welcome to 2010!
By the looks of the number of visitors the last two weeks or so, a number of you — the faithful reader — have been enjoyed a few days off.
So, rather than overloading you with new information right away, I thought I’d point you to a few posts over the last two weeks you might have missed.
- Want to know what 2010 will bring? I talk about predictions of this year here.
- Want to know what was important in 2009? Well, there’s Ricci v. DeStefano and…
- The Connecticut Supreme Court came out with an important decision that held that employees have no private right of action to sue employers who violate the state’s electronic monitoring statute.
- An overtime case illustrates the importance of classifying employees properly.
- Have you gotten the latest on the COBRA Subsidy Extension that passed?
- And do you sometimes negotiate with employees who you’re about to fire? This Connecticut Appellate Court case is one is that you’ll want to review.
There’s lots more going on of course. In upcoming posts this week, I’ll talk about Connecticut’s new minimum wage law, a new prohibition on mandatory arbitration provisions for defense contractors, and changes to the travel reimbursement guidelines.