John G. Stretton

John G. Stretton

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart, P.C.

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EEOC’S Proposed Wellness Program Regulations Offer Guidance on Confidentiality of Employee Medical Information

On April 20, 2015, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) published a much-anticipated proposed rule that seeks to amend the EEOC’s prior regulations with respect to employer “wellness programs” and address...more

5/11/2015 - ADA EEOC Employer Group Health Plans HIPAA Proposed Regulation Wellness Programs

New Law Restricts Employer Access to Employee Social Media Accounts, Including Through “Friend Requests”

On March 23, 2015, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe signed a new law, H.B. 2081, that restricts the ability of employers in Virginia to access the social media accounts of current and prospective employees—making Virginia...more

4/22/2015 - Employer Liability Issues Governor McAuliffe New Legislation Popular Right to Privacy Social Media Social Media Policy Social Networks

Employee Not Entitled To Compensation For Time Spent Commuting To And From Job Sites And Home In Company Vehicle While Carrying...

In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that a plumbing foreman was not entitled to compensation for the time he spent commuting to and from job sites and his home at the beginning and end of his workday,...more

5/6/2014 - Commuting Company Cars Employment Policies FLSA Wage and Hour Wages

In Connecticut, Global Release “Non-Binding” With Respect To Workers’ Compensation Claims Until Approved By Commissioner

In a recent decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court gave teeth to the provisions of Connecticut General Statute § 31-296 of the Connecticut Workers’ Compensation Act—which provide a mechanism through which employers and...more

12/4/2013 - Release Agreements Workplace Injury

Commercial Driver Fired For Driving Under The Influence Eligible For Unemployment Benefits According To Connecticut Supreme Court

Tuxis Ohr’s Fuel Inc. v. Administrator, Unemployment Compensation Act, No. 18791 (July 30, 2013): The Connecticut Supreme Court recently addressed whether an employee who lost his commercial driver’s license for driving under...more

8/16/2013 - Delivery Drivers DUI Termination Unemployment Benefits Wine & Alcohol

Connecticut Public Policy Supports, And In Some Cases, Requires, Termination Of Workplace Harassers

State of Connecticut v. AFSCME, Council 4, Local 391, No. 18749 (August 6, 2013): The Connecticut Supreme Court recently upheld the reversal of an arbitrator’s decision to reinstate an employee whose employment was terminated...more

8/16/2013 - Arbitration Employer Liability Issues Harassment Public Policy Sexual Harassment Termination

New Connecticut Supreme Court Decision Clarifies Application Of The Connecticut Family And Medical Leave Act

On September 25, 2012, the Connecticut Supreme Court held in Velez v. Comm’r of Labor, 306 Conn. 475 (Conn. 2012) that the Connecticut Family and Medical Leave Act (CFMLA) applies only to employers with 75 or more employees...more

10/8/2012 - FMLA

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