Keegan Drenosky

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Keegan Drenosky practices in the area of labor and employment law and business litigation. She has represented employers in cases involving claims of discrimination and retaliation before the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and state and federal Court.

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As we enter the spring of 2019, employers should review their employee handbook and personnel policies to ensure that they are in compliance with several new laws and amendments which have recently (or will soon) take effect in New York and New York City. On April 1, 2019, New York State passed an amendment to Election Law § 3-110 eliminating the part of the law that limited time off to employees who did not have…
Don’t wait until it’s too late. There are steps you can take now to protect you and your business from costly litigation. This program will provide training and education on sexual harassment awareness and prevention for all supervisory personnel as required by Connecticut law. Registration fee is $50 per person, and each attendee will be provided with a certificate upon completion.* This program will satisfy the requirements of Connecticut law and will include the following…
Don’t wait until it’s too late. There are steps you can take now to protect you and your business from costly litigation. This program will provide training and education on sexual harassment awareness and prevention for all supervisory personnel as required by Connecticut law. Registration fee is $50 per person, and each attendee will be provided with a certificate upon completion.* This program will satisfy the requirements of Connecticut law and will include the following…
Last week, in a win for employers facing class action lawsuits, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that statute of limitations tolling does not save absent class members’ untimely successive class actions. China Agritech, Inc. v. Resh. The Court limited its earlier ruling in American Pipe & Constr. Co. v. Utah, which held that the timely filing of a class action “tolls” the applicable statute of limitations for all putative class members while a…
Join Shipman & Goodwin labor and employment attorneys for this complimentary CLE webinar providing a discussion of changing laws and legal concerns related to opioids and medical marijuana in the workplace. Presenters will review recent court decisions, the interaction between state law and accommodations under the ADA and potential conflicts with federal laws. They will also discuss workplace policies and the impact of mandated drug testing for applicants and current employees, employer obligations, avoiding disability…
Join Shipman & Goodwin labor and employment attorneys for this complimentary CLE webinar providing a discussion of changing laws and legal concerns related to opioids and medical marijuana in the workplace. Presenters will review recent court decisions, the interaction between state law and accommodations under the ADA and potential conflicts with federal laws. They will also discuss workplace policies and the impact of mandated drug testing for applicants and current employees, employer obligations, avoiding disability…
In a unanimous decision earlier this week, the Supreme Court ruled that protections afforded by the Dodd-Frank Act to “whistleblowers” – employees who report suspected violations of securities laws – apply only to reports to the SEC, not employees’ internal reports of misconduct to their supervisors. In other words, the Court narrowed the protection against retaliation to exclude employees who only inform company management about their suspicions. Prior to the Supreme Court’s ruling, the SEC…
Don’t wait until it’s too late. There are steps you can take now to protect you and your business from costly litigation. The programs outlined below will provide training and education on sexual harassment awareness and prevention for all supervisory personnel as required by Connecticut law. Registration fee is $50 per person, and each attendee will be provided with a certificate upon completion.* Each program will satisfy the requirements of Connecticut law and will include…
Don’t wait until it’s too late. There are steps you can take now to protect you and your business from costly litigation. The programs outlined below will provide training and education on sexual harassment awareness and prevention for all supervisory personnel as required by Connecticut law.…
Keegan Drenosky and Clarisse Thomas will present this sexual harassment prevention seminar at the Fairfield County Bar Association’s Law Practice Management/Solos & Small Firms Committees Luncheon. They will discuss a number of topics, including: How to identify illegal sexual harassment under federal and state law EEOC trends in terms of the number and type of complaints being filed and the agency’s response to them Risks and costs associated with potential liability of employers and employees…