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FTC BANS NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS IN ALMOST ALL CIRCUMSTANCES

Posted by Unknown | Apr 23, 2024 | 0 Comments

FTC BANS NONCOMPETE AGREEMENTS IN ALMOST ALL CIRCUMSTANCES By Andrew B. F. Carnabuci In a move sure to affect many American employers, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) on Tuesday released its final rule on noncompete agreements—banning them across the board in almost all circumstances. A...

Rose Kallor Secures ADA Win for Town of Westport

Posted by Unknown | Mar 25, 2024 | 0 Comments

Rose Kallor Secures ADA Win for Town of Westport By Andrew B. F. Carnabuci Rose Kallor, LLP is pleased to announce that attorneys Michael J. Rose and Andrew B. F. Carnabuci have secured a dismissal of a Superior Court lawsuit alleging breach of contract against the Town of Westport. The case—L...

ROSE KALLOR WINS DEFENSE VERDICT IN DISCRIMINATION CASE

Posted by Unknown | Feb 06, 2024 | 0 Comments

6 February 2024 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Cloutier v. City of Torrington              On Wednesday, January 31, Rose Kallor, LLP  received a defense verdict from a six member  jury in Litchfield Superior Court at Torrington in the matter ofCloutier v. City of Torrington. Attorneys Michael Rose and...

Conn. Supreme Court Clarifies MERA Bargaining Waiver Standard

Posted by Unknown | Oct 22, 2023 | 0 Comments

By Andrew B. F. Carnabuci In the recently released case of Town of Middlebury v. Fraternal Order of Police, Middlebury Lodge No. 34 Et Al. (SC 20733), the Connecticut Supreme Court affirmed a ruling originating from the State Board of Labor Relations (hereafter “SBLR”) that the standard for a un...

Conn. Appellate Court Rules Meal Breaks Not Compensable

Posted by Unknown | Jun 21, 2023 | 0 Comments

By Cindy M. Cieslak & Bassil Chughtai On June 20, 2023, the Connecticut Appellate Court upheld the prior ruling by the Superior Court, stating that chauffeurs working for Hy's Livery Service were not entitled to compensation for lunch hours, and affirmed the viability to applying the predominant...

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...

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