The Connecticut Supreme Court's holding in Williams v. General Nutrition Centers, Inc., No. SC 19829 (August 17, 2017) is a mixed bag for Connecticut
State wage regulations promulgated by the Connecticut Department of Labor prohibit use of the “fluctuating work week” method of calculating overtime
Wage and hour lawsuits continue to hound employers, with more than 8,000 new federal class actions alleging improper payment filed in 2016 alone. Now
The retail and food-service industries spent the 2015 session of the CT General Assembly in the cross-hairs of a group of vocal legislators who are
Auto insurers control the cost of collision repairs through the use of direct repair programs. The programs feature networks of auto body repair
Following on the increase in wage class actions, this week brings us a hefty settlement for shoe retailer, Payless Shoesource Inc. Last March, former
On December 10th, with consumers decking the halls and swarming retail stores, the Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Revenue Services
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy many businesses have been negatively impacted financially throughout regions from Connecticut, New York, New Jersey
Retail industry members in Connecticut are most likely familiar with the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities ("CHRO"), the administrative agency responsible for enforcing the state's human rights laws that ban illegal discrimination in employment and public accommodation.
Starting what may be a trend, Connecticut becomes the first state to require paid sick leave.