- Litigation & Dispute Resolution
|University ||Fordham University, B.A., 1992|
|Law School||Western New England College School of Law, J.D., 1995|
Connecticut Bar Association - Diversity
American Bar Association - Labor and
Employment Law Section
|Born||Hartford, Connecticut, April 5, 1970|
Kevin Greene is Chair of the Firm's Labor and Employment Practice Area. His practice includes advising clients with respect to the hiring evaluation, discipline, termination and layoff of employees, leave policies, employee manuals, and a variety of other workplace legal topics. He is also a skilled litigator with extensive jury and non-jury experience in state and federal courts and provides litigation counsel on claims of unlawful discrimination, sexual harassment, disability discrimination, retaliatory discharge and violations of the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Additionally, Kevin defends businesses, automobile dealerships, insurance companies, lending institutions and national chain retailers in tort and consumer cases. He handles matters pertaining to the consumer claims alleging breach of warranty, unfair trade practices, Lemon Law and Truth-In-Lending violations.
Kevin is involved in numerous legal organizations. He was appointed by Judge Quinn to be an Attorney Fact-Finder/Arbitrator for the Connecticut Superior Court. He was also elected to serve as a Representative of District 12 (Hartford) in the Connecticut Bar Association House of Delegates. Additionally, he is also a member of the Employment Practices Committee of the Council on Litigation Management.
In 2009, the Hartford Business Journal named Kevin to its list of Forty Under 40 business leaders in the region. He is also active in the community and is on the Board of the Bushnell Park Foundation.
New ADA Amendments Expand Definition of Disabled Worker
Labor & Employment E-Newsletter, 01/01/2012
Kevin Greene Presents Employment Seminar to CARA
|Reported Cases||Representative Matter: H & S Successfully Defends Employment Retaliation Claim; Halloran & Sage successfully defended an employment retaliation claim brought against Roto Rooter by a technician who alleged he was terminated by this national plumbing service company because he had previously filed claims for wage/hour violations and national origin discrimination. The case was arbitrated for several days and all issues were found in favor of Roto Rooter. The defense centered on a detailed analysis of the employee's performance metrics and profitability ratings relative to his peers as well as cross examination to elicit bias from former coworkers who were also terminated who were called by the claimant to testify regarding statements of retaliatory intent made by the claimant's supervisor and branch managers.|
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