Punitive Damages Claimed Under Fair Employment Act
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
Punitive Damages At Issue In UPS Worker’s Case
Michael Tomick v. United Parcel Service, et al: A Superior Court judge has eliminated $500,000 in punitive damages from a verdict awarded to a United Parcel Service worker who claimed
Interoffice Communication Can Lead to Employee Defamation
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.
‘Inadequate’ Brief Scuttles Bank’s Appeal of Verdict
When an appeal of a six-figure verdict against Bank of America reached the Connecticut Supreme Court earlier this year, it appeared the case might have widespread
The Plaintiffs Practice Group at Brown Jacobson is an experienced legal team dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals who have been injured due to the negligence or wrongful conduct of another individual or organization.
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.