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Sally Welch St. Onge

Associate
Hartford

P 860-522-0404
F 860-247-1330
Sally.StOnge@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Sally Welch St. Onge is an Associate in the Hartford, Connecticut, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. Her practice is focused on employment litigation and preventive counseling.

Ms. St. Onge defends employers in state and federal court and before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities against claims of discrimination, harassment, and retaliation. In addition, Ms. St. Onge also advises management on various topics, including performance management, disability accommodation requests, and family and medical leave issues.

Ms. St. Onge has co-authored articles on workplace law issues for publications such as the Connecticut Law Tribune and co-authored a chapter for the MCLE’s Connecticut discovery treatise.

While attending law school, Ms. St. Onge was an editor for Connecticut Law Review and Executive Board Member of the Public Interest Law Group.

Honors and Recognitions

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Connecticut Bar Association, Labor and Employment Section

See AllBlog Posts by Sally Welch St. Onge

Connecticut Paid Family and Medical Leave: Senate Passes Bill, which Governor Vows to Veto in Current Form
May 23, 2019

Connecticut employers and employees are focused on Hartford, where last night the Senate passed a paid family and medical leave bill. Governor Ned Lamont said yesterday he would veto the bill. Read More

Regular, Reliable Attendance Can Be An Essential Function, Connecticut Appellate Court Holds
May 15, 2019

A recent Connecticut Appellate Court case provides helpful reminders that: regular, reliable attendance can be an essential function of many jobs; and eliminating an essential job function is not a reasonable accommodation. Plaintiff in Barbabosa v. Read More

Connecticut Issues Guidance on Pregnancy Accommodation
May 1, 2019

On April 23, 2019, the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights & Opportunities (CHRO) issued a Best Practices Bluepaper as guidance for employers with three or more employees facing accommodation requests from employees for pregnancy, childbirth, or related conditions. Read More