The following provides some examples of representative matters which our firm successfully resolved for our clients:
Longolucco v. City of Norwich (verdict for employer in U.S. District Court following jury trial on claims alleging national origin and ethnicity discrimination, First Amendment retaliation and workers’ compensation retaliation).
Murch v. Konover Residential Corp. (prevailed in jury trial of reverse sexual harassment claim in U.S. District Court).
Trainor v. City of Waterbury (verdict for employer and city official in U.S. District Court following jury trial on age discrimination claim).
Edart Truck Leasing Inc. v. Teamsters, Local 443 (prevailed in grievance arbitration over layoff before the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration).
IATSE, Local 84 v. The Bushnell Center For The Performing Arts (prevailed in grievance arbitration alleging violation of collective bargaining agreement section concerning crew size before the American Arbitration Association).
James Gambone v. American Medical Response (termination of Union President upheld following lengthy arbitration before the American Arbitration Association).
Byars, et al v. Waterbury Board of Education (defendant’s verdict in Connecticut Superior Court upholding the legality of mandatory school uniform policy).
Monroe Board of Education and Monroe Education Association (successfully defended the administration’s decision to terminate a tenured teacher for inappropriate conduct with a student).
Mulero v. Hartford Bd. of Ed. (obtained dismissal in U.S. District Court in action brought by former teacher asserting race discrimination, disability discrimination and retaliation for engaging in protected activity).