Marc L. Zaken: Lawyer with Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

Marc L. Zaken

Phone203.969.3100

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Practice Areas

  • Labor Law
  • Employment Law
  • Affirmative Action
  • Labor and Employment
  • Age Discrimination in Employment
  • Americans With Disabilities Act
  • Collective Bargaining
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Covenants Not To Compete
  • Employee Discipline
  • Employee Drug Testing
  • Employee Leasing
  • Employee Privacy
  • Employee Rights
  • Employer Intentional Torts
  • Employer Liability
  • Employer Rights
  • Employment Arbitration
  • Employment Breach of Contract
  • Employment Civil Rights
  • Employment Claims
  • Employment Class Actions
  • Employment Contracts
  • Employment Defense
  • Employment Disability Discrimination
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Employment Litigation
  • Employment Mediation
  • Employment Practices Liability Insurance
  • Employment Rights
  • Employment Terminiation
  • Employment at Will
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Law
  • Executive Employment Law
  • Executive Severance Contracts
  • Executive Transfers
  • Fair Employment Practices
  • Fair Labor Standards
  • Wrongful Termination Defense
  • Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Harassment
  • Human Resources Law
  • Labor Arbitration
  • Labor Relations
  • Labor Strikes
  • Management Employment Law
  • Management Labor Law
  • Minimum Wage Law
  • National Labor Relations Act
  • National Origin Discrimination
  • Negligent Hiring
  • Noncompete Litigation
  • Noncompetition and Non-Solicitation Agreements
  • Outsourcing
  • Personnel Policies
  • Personnel Training
  • Pregnancy Discrimination
  • Prevailing Wage Litigation
  • Public Sector Collective Bargaining
  • Public Sector Employment Law
  • Public Sector Labor Relations
  • Reductions in Force
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Retaliatory Discharge
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Title VII Discrimination
  • Unfair Labor Practices
  • Union Contract Negotiations
  • Union Elections
  • Union Labor Law
  • Union Organization
  • WARN Act
  • Wage and Hour Class Actions
  • Wage and Hour Law
  • Whistleblower Litigation
  • Workplace Violence
  • Wrongful Termination
 
University Cornell University, B.S., 1979
 
Law SchoolNew York University, J.D., 1982
 
Admitted1983, New York; 1985, U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York; 1988, U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut; 1989, Connecticut; 1991, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; U.S. Court of Appeals, Third, Eighth, Ninth, Eleventh and District of Columbia Circuits
 
Memberships Connecticut (Labor and Employment Law Section) and American (Tort and Insurance Practice Section, Employee/Employer Relations Committee, Vice Chair and Past Chair) Bar Associations; Regional Bar Association (Employment Law Committee Founder and Past Chair).
 
BornNew York, N.Y., February 20, 1958
 
Biography

New England Super Lawyer; Connecticut Super Lawyer; Super Lawyers Corporate Counsel edition; Greenwich Top Lawyer; Connecticut School Attorneys Council (Past President); Industrial Relations Research Association (Past President).

 
ISLN902546620
 

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Employee Not Entitled to Compensation for Time Spent Commuting to and from Job Sites and Home in Company Vehicle While Carrying Company Tools
Kelly M. Cardin,Steven P. Cuff,John G. Stretton,Marc L. Zaken, May 9, 2014
In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that a plumbing foreman was not entitled to compensation for the time he spent commuting to and from job sites and his home at the beginning and end of his workday, even though he used a company vehicle and carried his employer’s tools...

In Connecticut, Global Release “Non-Binding” with Respect to Workers’ Compensation Claims Until Approved by Commissioner
Steven P. Cuff,John G. Stretton,Marc L. Zaken, December 5, 2013
In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court gave teeth to the provisions of Connecticut General Statute § 31-296 of the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act-which provide a mechanism through which employers and employees can work together to reach a private agreement regarding...

Commercial Driver Fired for Driving Under the Influence Eligible for Unemployment Benefits According to Connecticut Supreme Court
Steven P. Cuff,John G. Stretton,Marc L. Zaken, August 17, 2013
Tuxis Ohr’s Fuel Inc. v. Administrator, Unemployment Compensation Act, No. 18791 (July 30, 2013): The Connecticut Supreme Court recently addressed whether an employee who lost his commercial driver’s license for driving under the influence of alcohol while off duty and, as a result, was...


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Marc L. Zaken

281 Tresser Boulevard, Suite 602
StamfordCT 06901




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