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October 1, 2022 Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act Amendments - Applies to Employers of One, Elected Officials Now Employees, Domestic Violence Victim Protected Class, Entitled to Reasonable Leave of Absence, Posting Requirements

Posted by Robin B. Kallor | Oct 06, 2022 | 0 Comments

The CFEPA was amended under Public Act 22-82 effective October 1, 2022.  The definition of “employer” under the CFEPA now includes businesses with one or more persons. This is a reduction from three to one.  The definition of “employee” now includes any elected or appointed official of a muni...

Rose Kallor Secures Summary Judgment Dismissals in Two Disability Discrimination Cases brought against Town of Rocky Hill and City of Torrington

Posted by Michael J. Rose | Apr 25, 2022 | 0 Comments

Rose Kallor, LLP is pleased to announce that it has secured two summary judgment dismissals in disability discrimination actions for the Town of Rocky Hill and the City of Torrington in federal and state court, respectively. The first case, against the Town of Rocky Hill, Vasel v. Rocky Hill, et...

Partner Robin Kallor Recognized on Connecticut Super Lawyers: Top 25 Women List for Third Year & Other Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers List

Posted by ROSE KALLOR LLP | Nov 09, 2021 | 0 Comments

Rose Kallor, LLP is pleased to announce that firm partner Robin B. Kallor was recognized in the 2021 Connecticut Super Lawyers: Top 25 Women list for the third year in a row. Ms. Kallor has been selected to the Connecticut Super Lawyers list in the Employment and Labor category since 2015, and to...

Hurry Up and Wait - OSHA Mandatory Vaccine or Test Requirements for Large Private Sector Employers Were Stayed by the Fifth Circuit

Posted by Robin B. Kallor | Nov 09, 2021 | 0 Comments

On Saturday, November 6, 2021, the US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit stayed OSHA ETS following a lawsuit filed by various plaintiffs, including the Attorney General of Louisiana. The order from the court notes that suspension is warranted because the application “gave cause to believe tha...

Legislature Passes Changes to Harassment Prevention Training Law, Allows Some Employees to Carry Over Recent Past Trainings

Posted by Robin B. Kallor | Jul 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Connecticut legislature recently passed Substitute Senate Bill No. 1023 (Pub. Act. No. 21-109) which makes minor changes to employer obligations and requirements to provide sexual harassment education. The new change allows employees in certain situations to “carry over” their past trainings ...

Connecticut Passes Law Requiring Employers to Disclose Salary Range to Applicants and Employees and Expands Gender-Based Pay Discrimination From "Equal Work" to "Comparable Work"

Posted by Robin B. Kallor | Jun 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

Effective October 1, 2021, employers will be required to disclose to applicants and employees the salary ranges for positions. Significantly, the law also expands Connecticut's prohibition of gender-based pay discrimination from requiring equal pay for “equal work” to equal pay for “comparable wo...

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