The Connecticut Supreme Court, in a decision that will be officially released on May 15, 2012, today ruled unanimously that Connecticut’s anti-discrimination laws implicitly create a claim for hostile work environment based on an employee’s sexual orientation. The state’s anti-discrimination laws have long been interpreted to bar a hostile work environment based on gender,
It’s not very often that the Connecticut Supreme Court considers employment law issues.
But today, two notable cases are being argued in front of the court. Both could have an impact on employers in the state.
In Patino v. Birken Manufacturing, the court is being…