Update August 16th: Late yesterday, I received further confirmation that the provisions regarding FMLA were withdrawn entirely from the proposed Democrat-led budget bill. Moreover, the General Assembly early this morning voted on a Republican version of the budget implementer, which now goes on to Governor Malloy (who has indicated he will veto the bill). That
For a Breach of Restrictive Covenant, Court Says No To Extending Duration As Remedy
By Daniel Schwartz on
Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Litigation
Suppose a former employee has breached your company’s covenant not to compete after she left employment. Are you, the employer, entitled to get the non-compete period extended as a remedy for the breach?
Great question. And one that differs depending on the state.
A federal court in Connecticut (Aladdin Capital Holdings, LLC v. Donoyan…
President Signs Bill Extending COBRA Premium Subsidy (Retroactively) to May 31, 2010
Late Thursday night, President Obama signed a measure that extends the COBRA premium subsidy for another two months — to May 31, 2010.
The subsidy had expired on March 31, 2010 when Congress failed to act on this measure before its recess. However, yesterday, Congress approved a bill that covers all those who have…