Back in February 2009, I talked at length about whether compensatory damages (for things such as emotional distress) was properly awarded in employment discrimination claims that proceeded to a hearing at the CHRO.  I went on to say back then that I believed the agency and the human rights referees at the agency had been

Continuing our series of posts on some of the basics of employment law, the following is an example of how laws affecting the workplace may not be as obvious as they first appear.

Most of the wage payment laws in Connecticut are set up in Title 31 of the Connecticut General Statutes. (Yes, probably more

With all the news about recent Supreme Court decisions, here are a few articles that you might of missed over the last few weeks:

With the internet, we’ve grown accustomed to everything being on online. 

But every once in a while there are still a few nuggets of useful information that are only available in print format. 

Once such document is a 30-page document entitled "Auto Dealership Addendum" published by the Wage & Workplace Standards Division of the Connecticut

Continuing a very busy Wednesday in employment law (where were all these cases earlier this month?), the Connecticut Supreme Court issued a noteworthy decision on a few different wage issues. Because of time limitations, I’ll address the case in a few separate posts.

The case, Ravetto v. Triton Thalassic Technologies, Inc. et al. , was