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Three Regency Drive
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Phone: (860) 242-2221
Fax: (860) 286-0185




Employment Law

Baram, Tapper & Gans, LLC is often called upon to defend the rights of both employers and employees. Our firm represents clients on matters of discrimination, employment contracts, severance agreements, drafting personnel manuals, wage and hours disputes, unjust or constructive terminations, breach of contract, family and medical leave, and disability issues.

DISCRIMINATION
  • Identifies allegations of discrimination such as: race, gender, age, religion, disability, housing
  • Works with clients to establish facts, identify witnesses, conduct investigations, establish a credible record and to prosecute or defend claims
  • Represents clients in State and Federal Courts, before the CHRO, at grievance or fact finding hearings and at Arbitration proceedings
  • Pursues remedies such as money damages, reinstatements and cessation of illegal conduct
TERMINATIONS
  • Identifies pertinent legal grounds to address discharges, such as constructive termination, unjust firing, breach of contract, promissory estoppel, reliance and violation of federal or state statutes
  • Negotiates possible resolutions
  • Represents clients in court or before Administrative bodies
  • Seeks appropriate damages and resolutions based upon clients' goals
PERSONNEL RULES
  • Works with clients to draft or update personnel manuals
  • Represents employers and employees in connection with alleged breaches of personnel rules or enforcement thereof
  • Interprets the relevancy of federal and state laws in personnel matters such as family and medical leave, workers' compensation
Lawyer(s) Available
David A. Baram

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