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Overview of Connecticut's Pregnancy Discrimination Law
Overview of Connecticut's Pregnancy Discrimination Law

Under Connecticut law, employers cannot terminate or otherwise discriminate against an employee or an applicant because of pregnancy, childbirth, or a related condition. Employers are required to make reasonable accommodations for an employee, or job applicant, due to ...

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Blog posts in CT Employment Discrimination

  • Terminated from Subsequent Employer and the Mitigation of Damages Issue

    Mitigation of damages issues arise when the employee who was wrongfully terminated gets a new job and then is terminated by the new employer. Many ...

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  • Gender Wage Gap - 78 cents on the dollar

    How large is the gender wage gap? - 78 cents on the dollar. Women earn about 78 cents to a man's dollar according to the latest data from the Bureau ...

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  • Summary Judgment Defeated in Race Discrimination and Retaliation Case

    Our lawyers recently defeated an employer's motion for summary judgment in an employment discrimination case involving race discrimination and ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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  • 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 ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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