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Nine years ago, the Connecticut Supreme Court ruled that a ski resort couldn’t limit its liability through contractual clauses. Now the court has to decide if the banking industry
Are punitive damages available to plaintiffs who prove willful employment discrimination under the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act, Conn. Gen. Stat. 46a-60 et seq.? That question is currently before the Appellate
Defamation may not automatically come to mind when we think of employment litigation. However, claims for defamation and wrongful termination may go hand in hand more often than not.
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If you have been injured – physically, emotionally, or financially, because someone else – perhaps a distracted driver, an irresponsible property owner, or even your own employer – didn’t play by the rules and now refuses to accept responsibly, we will work tirelessly to ensure that you receive justice and that the responsible parties are held accountable.