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June 2013 Archives

Supreme Court narrows definitions in two employment cases

Two recent decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court could have an enormous impact on Connecticut businesses. One ruling gives employers a more concise definition to work with when facing claims of workplace harassment. The other provides more specific rules for courts deciding retaliation claims.

New Data Breach Class Action has Two Million Plaintiffs

Cyber breaches resulting in the release of personal identifiable information (PII) are increasingly common and now we are starting to see class action lawsuits filed as a result. In what will likely be the beginning of a wave of lawsuits filed as a result of cyber breaches, Schnucks Markets, operator of 100 supermarkets across the Midwest, recently removed a class action lawsuit filed against it to federal court stemming from a data breach that occurred in March in which 2.4 million credit card numbers were stolen.

Veterans swelling the ranks of Connecticut's entrepreneurs

A few weeks ago, we noted that Connecticut was one of the best states for business start-ups. Whether entrepreneurs are attracted to the state's business climate, its tax code or just the beautiful autumn leaves, they are launching new ventures at an encouraging pace.

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