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  • Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act Regulations in Final Review; Notices Required as of July 1

    Over six months after the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (Connecticut FMLA) took effect, proposed regulations are slated for consideration and approval by the Connecticut Legislative Regulation Review Committee (LRRC). With the exception of nonpublic elementary or secondary schools, all private employers with at least one employee in Connecticut are covered by the Connecticut FMLA... Continue Reading
    June 21, 2022
  • Two New Connecticut Bills Aim to Prohibit Physician Non-Competition Agreements

    Connecticut lawmakers recently introduced two bills that seek to ban non-competition agreements for physicians. If implemented, this would be the second time in five years that Connecticut has legislated in the area of physician restrictive covenants. In mid-2016, Connecticut enacted legislation that implemented a maximum one-year temporal limitation on physician non-competition agreements, as well as...… Continue Reading The post Two New Connecticut Bills Aim to Prohibit Physician Non-Competition Agreements appeared first on Restrictive Covenant Report.
    March 23, 2021
  • Department of Labor’s New Overtime Final Rule Carries Class Action Risk

    The U.S. Department of Labor’s new Final Rule as to the Fair Labor Standards Act’s “white collar” exemptions to overtime could open employers up to class action liability as previously exempt employees fail to meet new salary requirements. On May 18, 2016, President Obama and Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez announced the Department of Labor’s … Continue Reading
    June 23, 2016