Senate Bill 3, titled “Combatting Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment” has been modified since first introduced and passed the Senate late last week. Despite the title, the bill would impact every discrimination case filed in the state and would make significant changes to the sexual harassment prevention training requirements.
Employer Who Fired Returning Reservist Did Not Violate USERRA
By Daniel Schwartz on
Posted in Laws and Regulations, Litigation
USERRA (quick, name that acronym, answer down below) is a oft-misunderstood federal statute that addresses employment issues for reservists and active duty members of the armed forces.
A recent Second Circuit decision (Hart v. Family Dental Group, decided May 31, 2011), arising from a federal court filing…