Attorney Jacques Parenteau scored a victory recently on the case Donna Duso, et al. v. Town of Groton. The case consisted of several former police officers seeking judgment over a matter of their pensions. The full memorandum of decision can be read here. Case Summary In this case, the plaintiffs ask the court to declare […]
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Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau Prevails on Appeal to Connecticut Supreme Court in Disability Discrimination Case
Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau recently secured a victory on an appeal to the Connecticut Supreme Court in a case which provides important guidance in disability discrimination cases involving requests for reasonable accommodations. The Connecticut Supreme Court’s decision in Kovachich v. Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services followed a 2018 trial in which we obtained […]
Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau Attorneys Named to 2022 Connecticut Super Lawyers ® and Rising Stars Lists
Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau is pleased to announce that four of its attorneys have been named to the 2022 Connecticut Super Lawyers® and Rising Stars lists in the area of Employment Litigation: Plaintiff. Specifically, William Madsen, Jacques Parenteau, and Todd Steigman have been selected for inclusion on the list of Super Lawyers, while Claire Howard […]
Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau Secures Reinstatement and Significant Financial Settlement for College CEO
Through a negotiated settlement, MPP has secured a significant recovery for one of its clients, Dr. Nicole Esposito, the Campus CEO of Manchester Community College.
Unemployment Insurance Relief in Connecticut During the COVID-19 Outbreak
On March 27, 2020, Congress passed and the President signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”) to provide economic relief in response to the coronavirus pandemic. CARES Act included funding for a Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (“FPUC”).