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Blog Posts in 2013

Sabatini & Associates Retained in Sexual Harassment Case

Sabatini and Associates have been retained in a Connecticut sexual harassment case. Shortly after being hired for a new job, our client was sexually harassed in the workplace. He was also subjected to ...
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Attorney James Sabatini Files Disability Discrimination and Retaliation Lawsuit

Attorney James Sabatini has filed a disability discrimination and retaliation lawsuit on behalf of his client in Connecticut Superior Court. His client was fired from her job due to her disability and ...
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Connecticut Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Filed

Attorney James Sabatini has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit in Connecticut on behalf of his client. The client was subjected to months of sexual harassment. Despite the employer being aware of the ...
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FMLA Lawsuit Filed in Federal Court

Attorney James Sabatini recently filed a lawsuit in Connecticut federal court alleging FMLA violations. Our client was denied medical leave under the FMLA and was then fired from his job. As a result ...
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But For Causation in Title VII Retaliation Cases

The U.S. Supreme Court strikes another blow against employees. In a recent decision, the court held that a plaintiff alleging unlawful retaliation for protected opposition to suspected discrimination ...
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Sabatini and Associates Reaches Disability Discrimination Settlement for Client

The lawyers at Sabatini and Associates recently secured a six figure settlement for their client in a Connecticut disability discrimination case against a multi-billion dollar corporation. The case ...
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Is Being on Time an Essential Function of the Job? - Not as a Matter of Law

Is being on time an essential function of a job? - not as a matter according to the Second Circuit in a recent decision entitled McMillan v. City of New York. The court found that the "physical ...
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Connecticut's Teacher Tenure Act & Disability Discrimination

Connecticut's Teacher Tenure Act provides that a tenured teacher may be fired for a "disability". However, any teacher that is fired pursuant to the Tenure Teacher Act enjoys the ...
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Disability & FMLA Discrimination Lawsuit Filed

The attorneys at Sabatini & Associates have filed a lawsuit on behalf of their client alleging disability and FMLA discrimination. Our client was the head chef for a corporate food service ...
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Most Women Still Seeing Gender Bias in the Workplace

Recent polling conducted by the Wall Street Journal and NBC show that women in large numbers believe that gender bias continues to be pervasive in the workplace. 84% of the women polled stated that ...
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Job Reinstatement For Client

Within three (3) weeks of being retained by his client, Attorney James Sabatini got his client's former employer to reinstate his employment without conditions. The client was wrongfully ...
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Employer's Maximum Leave Policies Illegally Discriminate Against Disabled Employees

Employers that enforce non-flexible maximum leave policies against disabled employees are violating the law. The EEOC takes the enforcement position that maximum leave policies generally violate the ...
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Sabatini & Associates Retained in FMLA Wrongful Termination Case

Sabatini & Associates has been retained by a woman who was recently wrongfully terminated in violation of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). She had successfully worked for years for her ...
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Loan Underwriters Entitled to Overtime Pay

In a significant victory for workers in the mortgage industry, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has held that underwriters for J.P. Morgan Chase had been misclassified as ...
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