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Blog Posts in 2012

Motion for Summary Judgment Defeated in Employment Discrimination Case

Sabatini and Associates recently defeated a defendant's motion for summary judgment in a Connecticut employment discrimination case. The case involves a claim of disability discrimination. In ...
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$130,000.00 Workers' Compensation Discrimination Settlement

Sabatini and Associates has settled a wrongful termination case for $130,000.00. The case involved a claim of workers' compensation discrimination. It is illegal under Connecticut law for an ...
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$700,000.00 Prejudgment Remedy Secured

A $700,000.00 prejudgment remedy has been secured by Attorney Vincent Sabatini in a breach of contract case. The case involves of a contract involving rental retail space in Connecticut. In certain ...
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Lawsuit Filed Against Family Dollar

Attorney James Sabatini on behalf of his client, a store manager at a Connecticut Family Dollar store, has filed a lawsuit against the company alleging pregnancy discrimination and unpaid overtime. ...
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Light Duty and the FMLA

Working light duty does not adversely affect an employee's FMLA. Time spent performing light duty work does not count against an employee's FMLA leave entitlement. Also, the employee's ...
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Employers Exposed To Legal Liability For Not Adopting Proper Procedures For Managing Employee Leaves

Employers that lack proper and comprehensive procedures for managing employee leaves are exposed to legal liability and damages. For example, if an employee is out on a medical leave of absence under ...
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Unemployment Benefits, Offsets and Back Pay Awards

If you are a plaintiff in an employment discrimination case in Connecticut, you have probably heard the argument from the defense attorney and even the CHRO that unemployment benefits are applied as ...
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Requests for Admissions - Under Used and Under Appreciated

Requests for admissions are under used and under appreciated in wrongful termination and employment discrimination cases. Discovery can be plagued with defendants giving non-responsive answers to ...
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Attorney James Sabatini Files FMLA & Disability Discrimination Lawsuit

Attorney James Sabatini has filed suit on behalf of his client alleging FMLA violations and disability discrimination. The client worked for Water's Edge Resort and Spa in Westbrook, Connecticut. ...
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Law Firm Retained In Pregnancy Discrimination Case

The law firm has been retained by a young woman who has been subjected to pregnancy discrimination in the workplace. Employed by a Fortune 500 company, our client was subjected to discrimination ...
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Workers' Compensation Retaliation & Discrimination - An Overview

It is illegal for an employer in Connecticut to terminate or in any manner discriminate against an employee for filing a claim for workers' compensation benefits or otherwise exercising his or her ...
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