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Aug
25
2022
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.
Aug
22
2022
Employers make most wage deductions for taxes, benefits, and other mandatory withholdings. However, in some cases, employers may deduct wages voluntarily as well. For example, an employer may agree to deduct union dues from an employee's wages.
Aug
19
2022
Retaliation occurs when an employer takes an adverse action against an employee for engaging in or exercising their rights that are protected under the law. Common activities that may incite retaliation include the following:
Feb
22
2022
Connecticut employment law firm achieves important victory after a long battle On January 22, 2022, an arbitrator ruled that former men’s basketball coach Kevin Ollie, represented by Madsen, Prestley & Parenteau LLC, had been improperly fired by the University of Connecticut. The arbitrator’s ruling ordered UConn to pay Ollie $11.2 million, an amount that reflects […]
Feb
08
2022
Under federal and state employment law, it is illegal for a Connecticut employer to discriminate against an employee by taking retaliatory measures after he or she flags misconduct or makes a complaint. Employees who do the right thing and report misconduct (sometimes called “whistleblowers”) should not have to pay a price for stepping forward. The […]