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Employment Issues

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Employees are generally considered to be employed “at will,” meaning the employer can terminate the employment relationship at any time for any reason or no reason - just not an illegal reason. State and federal law, however, in addition to law created by judges, can permit an employee to claim that his or her termination of employment is wrongful or illegal. Employers in Connecticut are also governed by state statues and regulations governing the employment relationship and workplace matters.

The Firm’s employment practice involves the litigation of claims involving wrongful discharge, gender discrimination, disability discrimination, age discrimination, racial discrimination, unequal pay, retaliation, and wage and hour claims. The Firm’s practice covers all aspects of administrative proceedings before the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Connecticut Department of Labor, and also trials in state and federal court.

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