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).
Aetna, Inc. v. Bradley M. Fluegel and WellPoint, Inc. (prevailed in defeating permanent injunction in Connecticut Superior Court trial which would have precluded a high level employee from working for a competitor).
Commissioner of Labor v. Town of Tolland (prevailed in Connecticut Supreme Court case interpreting municipality’s statutory obligation to commence payment of wages for workers called to duty after hours).
Ruggiero v. Waterbury Day Nursery (sexual harassment lawsuit dismissed in U.S. District Court based on employer’s motion to dismiss for employee’s discovery violations).
Chen v. Zygo Corporation (employee withdrew lawsuit following his cross-examination in Connecticut Superior Court trial on claims of retaliatory discharge).
Senior v. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (following his deposition, employee withdrew lawsuit in Connecticut Superior Court for infliction of emotional distress, false light, invasion of privacy, breach of contract, and negligent misrepresentation).
Gogulski v. Preussag Int. Steel (at trial in Connecticut Superior Court, obtained a dismissal of all claims, including sexual orientation discrimination claim, after cross-examining the employee).
Cassidy v. The Hartford Financial Services Group, Inc. (summary judgment granted for the employer in Connecticut Superior Court lawsuit alleging infliction of emotional distress, tortious interference with contractual relations, and breach of contract).
Pavao v. Town of Wallingford (summary judgment granted for the employer in U.S. District Court lawsuit alleging sex discrimination and retaliation for opposing discriminatory practices).
Bracken v. Town of Windsor Locks et. al. (summary judgment granted for police chief in U.S. District Court lawsuit alleging violation of right to free speech under the First Amendment and retaliatory discharge).
Yester v. Town of Branford (summary judgment granted for the employer and Town officials in Connecticut Superior Court lawsuit alleging disability discrimination under the Connecticut Fair Employment Practices Act).
WVIT, Inc. v. Gray (summary judgment granted for the employer in Connecticut Superior Court on counter-claims asserted against employee for invasion of privacy and violation of Connecticut’s electronic monitoring statute based on employee’s actions in surreptitiously tape-recording telephone and face-to-face conversations with her supervisor and other employees).
Futoma v. City of Hartford (obtained affirmance by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals of U.S. District court decision granting summary judgment on a claim of reverse discrimination by a laid-off employee).
Raspardo v. New Britain et al. (on appeal, won reversal in Second Circuit Court of Appeals of denial of summary judgment on behalf of city officials with regard to qualified immunity for equal protection claims asserting sexual harassment and retaliation).
Peck v. Town of Somers (obtained dismissal at Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission of heart and hypertension claim brought by part-time firefighter in one of the leading cases examining the statute of limitations in heart and hypertension claims).
Provost v. Round the Clock Diesel Parts & Service (prevailed in administrative trial at Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Commission of workers’ compensation retaliation claim brought pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. §31-290a).
Esterline v. Unisys Corp. (prevailed in administrative trial at Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities in age discrimination claim).