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Jury Awards Plaintiff $3.1 Million Verdict In Defamation Case Against Target
Jury Awards Plaintiff $3.1 Million Verdict In Defamation Case Against Target

A South Carolina jury recently awarded a woman $3.1 million verdict in her defamation case against Target. The woman was shopping at Target when she was confronted by Target employees who accused her of using a counterfeit $100 bill to pay for her merchandise. The store ...

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Blog Posts in 2008

  • Offensive Conduct That Is Not Sex-Specific May Violate Title VII

    The Ninth Circuit has held in a recent case that "offensive conduct that is not facially sex-specific nonetheless may violate Title VII if there is ...

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  • Connecticut Law Prohibits Discrimination Based On Sexual Orientation

    Connecticut's anti-discrimination law prohibits discrimination in employment against any employee who is gay, lesbian or bisexual or who is identifed ...

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  • New Legislation Improves Protection Of Disabled Workers Under The ADA

    Millions of Americans with diseases or impairments such as diabetes, epilepsy, heart disease, cancer and carpal tunnel syndrome will be protected from ...

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  • Bullying In The Connecticut Workplace

    Bullying in the Connecticut workplace is not illegal. We receive many phone calls and emails from Connecticut workers who are being verbally abused ...

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  • Hostile Work Environment Explained

    on September 22, 2008 6:42 PM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBacks (0) What is a hostile work environment? A work environment may be found to be ...

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  • US Court Denies Request To Review $100,000 Punitive Damages Award in ADA Case

    The U.S. Supreme Court has denied a request by global shipping giant FedEx to review a $100,000 punitive damages award against it for failing to ...

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  • Proving CT Employment Discrimination - Burden Shifting Analysis

    Claims of employment discrimination are evaluated under the burden shifting analysis set forth in Ford v. Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Connecticut, ...

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  • Important 2008 Amendments To FMLA

    Two new categories of FMLA leave were created by a 2008 amendment: Injured Service Member Leave. Employees who are the spouse, parent, child or "next ...

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  • Corrected Medical Record Leads To Life Insurance Payment & Legal Settlement

    Vincent Sabatini is pleased to announce that he recently obtained a settlement for a client whose husband had past away. Prior to his death, our ...

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