The Connecticut Appellate Court issued a new decision (officially released today) that will have important ramifications for employers proceeding with the CHRO mandatory mediation stage. Specifically, based on this ruling, most settlement discussions during the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities’ mediation stage will be inadmissible in a later court proceeding. The decision also holds
It’s rare for a case from Connecticut to make it all the way to the United States Supreme Court. But this week, a case did just that.
I’ve previously discussed the case of Cigna v. Amara in many posts which you can read here. The case ultimately concerns the receipt of retirement benefits and…
If only all trial and deposition transcripts happened this quickly….
The Workplace Prof has the snap judgment which seems pretty on point from my initial scans:
I’ve skimmed it enough to see that there’s