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Ogletree Deakins | USA | 6 Sep 2017

Connecticut Supreme Court Upholds Fluctuating Workweek Method . . . but Not for Retail Employees

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


Jackson Lewis PC | USA | 5 Sep 2017

Connecticut Wage Regulations Bar Fluctuating Workweek Method in Calculating Overtime Pay for Retail Workers

State wage regulations promulgated by the Connecticut Department of Labor prohibit use of the “fluctuating work week” method of calculating overtime


McCarter & English LLP | USA | 1 Sep 2017

Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Puts Retailers at Risk for New Overtime Claims

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


Carlton Fields | USA | 28 Sep 2015

Connecticut Supreme Court delivers $35 million body blow to body shops

Auto insurers control the cost of collision repairs through the use of direct repair programs. The programs feature networks of auto body repair


Locke Lord LLP | USA | 8 Feb 2010

Connecticut jury awards $14.7 million against insurer for violation of Unfair Trade Practices Act in auto body shop class action lawsuit

In a class action lawsuit brought by various auto body shops and the Auto Body Association of Connecticut, a Connecticut jury recently rendered a $14.7 million verdict against an insurance company for allegedly violating the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act.

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