Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak
& Stewart, P.C.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
Employment and Labor Law (federal and state); Employment Litigation; Public Employment; Employment Discrimination; Employment Civil Rights; Title VII; ADEA; ADA; Family and Medical Leave Act; Harassment; Affirmative Action; Equal Employment Opportunity Law; Administrative Agency Practice; EEOC Claims; Fair Labor Standards Act; Wage and Hour Law; Wrongful Termination Defense; Whistleblower Litigation; Reductions in Force; WARN Act; Covenants Not To Compete; Unfair Competition and Trade Secret Litigation; Employment Class Actions; Employment Arbitration; National Labor Relations Act; Collective Bargaining; Union Representation Elections; Unfair Labor Practice Charges; Labor Strikes; Workers Compensation; ERISA; Occupational Safety and Health; Prevailing Wage Litigation; Civil Litigation.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
It’s Time to Update Physician Noncompete Agreements in Connecticut
John G. Stretton, July 30, 2016
There have been a number of recent legislative developments that will impact physician noncompete agreements entered into in Connecticut. First, any physician noncompete agreement entered into on or after July 1, 2016, must comply with Public Act No. 16-95 (the Act), which was signed into law by...
Connecticut Passes Ban-the-Box Legislation
Kelly M. Cardin,Jennifer Peck Woodruff, July 21, 2016
On June 1, 2016, Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy signed into law a “ban-the-box” statute, which will take effect on January 1, 2017. The law, “An Act Concerning Fair Chance Employment,” Public Act No. 16-83, prohibits covered employers from inquiring about a...
Second Circuit Holds HR Professionals Can Be Liable as ‘Employers’ Under FMLA
Kelly M. Cardin,John G. Stretton, May 2, 2016
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals has recently held that a human resources manager could be held liable as an employer under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). In issuing its decision in Graziadio v. Culinary Institute of America, the court also articulated standards for FMLA interference...
Year Established: 1977