Information Related to the COVID-19 Outbreak
Partner Joshua Goodbaum tells Connecticut employees what they need to know about COVID-19.Read More
Partner Nina Pirrotti writes about the state beginning chapter two of the novel we have been all been living for the past few months, known as “Coronavirus.”Read More
In this video edition of "The Dialogue," Partner Nina Pirrotti and Shipman & Goodwin LLP Partner Daniel Schwartz discuss employment issues that may arise as Connecticut employees return to work.Read More
In a letter to The New York Times, Partner Nina Pirrotti discusses whether employers are exploiting the coronavirus to cover up what may be discriminatory or retaliatory motives.Read More
As with so many other aspects of the employer-employee relationship, COVID-19 has potentially thrown a wrench into the analysis of non-competes.Read More
Stretch Your Dollar: Knowing your rights if you’re not comfortable heading back to work amid the pandemic
Employment Attorney Amanda DeMatteis was featured on WTNH News 8.
The lawyers and staff of Garrison, Levin-Epstein, Fitzgerald & Pirrotti enjoy each other’s company during a virtual happy hour.
Global emergencies have the potential to bring out the best and worst in people, and COVID-19 is no different.Read More
Connecticut plans to reopen some of its non-essential businesses on May 20. Many people have fears about going back to work.Read More
Whether you are navigating unemployment or are questioning the actions of your employer in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, you have rights.Read More
Nina Pirrotti explores the facts surrounding a COVID-19-related job termination to figure out where the truth lies—or at least where the evidence points.Read More
In this video edition of "The Dialogue," Nina Pirrotti sits down with Shipman & Goodwin LLP Partner Daniel Schwartz to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic impact.Read More
Tens of thousands of workers are losing their jobs as businesses shutdown and the state’s economy comes up against a sudden, dramatic slowdown.Read More