So many businesses rely on independent contractors to provide services to their customers. Home improvement contractors quickly come to mind. Businesses realize many benefits from using independent contractors, rather than employees. Not having... Read more.
THE NEXT STEP – APPEAL
We talked last time about the hearing that takes place to determine if an employee should receive unemployment benefits. You can read that blog post... Read more.
Like most states' rules, the Connecticut Practice Book allows attorneys admitted to practice law in other states (but not Connecticut) to represent a client in a Connecticut state court proceeding. It's called "pro hac vice" which means... Read more.
Connecticut's general assembly found time to add to the list of the types of contractors that must comply with the Home Improvement Act. As of January 1, 2017, contractors that perform water, fire and storm restoration and mold remediation will... Read more.
Anthony R. Minchella, Esq. of Minchella & Associates, L.L.C. in Middlebury, Connecticut, has been named by “Connecticut Super Lawyers” as one of the top business and employment litigation attorneys in Connecticut for 2012. It is the second... Read more.