Topic: Employment Law

New Document Execution Standards for COVID-19

Mark Santagata March 31, 2020

By Mark Santagata, Esq. In response to the need for social distancing to limit the spread of COVID-19, Executive Order 7Q issued by Governor... Read More

The top 5 times hiring an attorney can protect your future

Danielle Edwards June 28, 2017 legal advice

When is it time to hire an attorney…and when can you navigate a situation yourself? If you’re asking yourself this question, remember the old... Read More

How to Handle an Employment Discrimination Claim in Connecticut

Danielle Edwards February 4, 2016 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIM

Discrimination Law for Employees and Employers In Connecticut, employees are protected by broad anti-discrimination laws that are known collectively as the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act... Read More

Relief for Employers in CT in the Event of an Employee DUI

Mark Santagata October 13, 2015

The Connecticut legislature has modified Connecticut’s Unemployment Compensation statutes to provide a break to employers who have an employee that becomes eligible for compensation... Read More

Connecticut Interns Get New Workplace Protections

Mark Santagata October 7, 2015

Effective October 1 Connecticut’s interns now have the workplace protections that have long benefited their paid counterparts. All Connecticut employers are subject to the... Read More

Wage Violations Become More Costly for Connecticut Employers

Mark Santagata October 6, 2015

A change to existing Connecticut law, effective October 1, makes it more expensive for Connecticut employers to violate Connecticut’s wage and hour standards. If... Read More

Connecticut Law Protects Social Media Privacy as the New Office Water Cooler

Mark Santagata October 3, 2015

The National Labor Relations Board and the courts are steadily redefining social media as the new office water cooler, where employees can gather to... Read More

New Employment Laws Take Effect October 1

Mark Santagata October 1, 2015

The latest legislative session gave rise to several interesting new employment statutes, most of which take effect on October 1. This year’s new laws... Read More

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata Welcomes Associate Michael P. Nemec to the Firm

Mark Santagata July 16, 2015

Cacace, Tusch & Santagata, a law firm serving the State of Connecticut, is proud to announce Attorney Michael P. Nemec has joined the firm... Read More

Recent Supreme Court decisions have a big impact on Employment practices.

Michael Nemec July 1, 2015

The recently concluded Supreme Court session brought a lot of headlines in several important areas. As is usually the case, smaller, less heralded decisions... Read More

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