- Hayber Law FirmAttorney, Owner, 2000 - present
Hayber Law Firm, LLC 221 Main Street# 502Hartford, CT 06106
I'm an attorney in Hartford, Connecticut who is dedicated to the rights of employees who have been wronged by employers of all sizes. I believe that workers have the right to be fairly compensated for their labor and loyalty. This is why I've devoted my career towards defending workers in a variety of industries and standing up to unscrupulous businesses.
There are Federal and State laws that protect workers from being denied fair treatment and wages. In an ideal world, businesses would honor these rights and create a positive work environment for all employees, regardless of their backgrounds. I see far too often employees who have been discriminated against, denied overtime pay, or terminated wrongfully due to unethical and illegal business practices. I am prepared to fight to ensure these rights are protected.
I have practiced law in Connecticut for over 20 years and I'm a proud native. I earned my BA in Philosophy at Trinity College before moving on to earn my J.D. at the University of Connecticut Law School in 1992. I established my own law firm in 2000 with the goal of focusing exclusively on employee rights and justice. To this day, our mission continues and we have helped hundreds of men and women find recompense against their employers. I also enjoy sharing my knowledge with the legal community and share my knowledge at various legal conferences and publications.
- University of Connecticut School of Law1992
- Trinity College1985
- University of Connecticut
This means that a notice will soon be mailed out to all Assistant Store Managers at Ocean State stores during the period April 2011 to the present which will provide them with a form that they can use to join the case and assert their #overtime rights.
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A: Maybe. You may have rights under State and Federal disability discrimination laws. Generally, if you have a permanent disability, you may have the right to an ‘accommodation’ in order to assist you perform the job. If your employer can provide such an #accommodation without undue financial hardship, it must and it cannot usually discharge you just because you asked for such an accommodation.