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Michael G Petrie

Michael G Petrie

Practice areas:

Appeals, Class Action, White Collar Crime, Tax, Employment & Labor

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Practice Areas

Licensed since 2000

  1. Employment & Labor: 20%
  2. Tax: 20%
  3. White Collar Crime: 20%
  4. Class Action: 20%
  5. Appeals: 20%

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Contact Info

Jorden Burt LLP

175 Powder Forest Drive
Suite 201
Simsbury, CT, 06089-7902

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License

StateStatusAcquiredUpdated
CTActive200008/14/2015

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Associations

Association NamePosition NameDuration
American Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Connecticut Bar AssociationMemberN/A
Hartford County Bar AssociationMemberN/A

Publications

Publication NameTitleDate
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 16, Issue 2Employee with excessive absences didn't perform essential job functions2008
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 6Speak English or nothing at all2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 9U.S. Supreme Court to review FedEx discrimination case2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 7How to get out of court and stay out2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 1Offer of full relief to former employee heads off class action2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 4Employee who snoozes on the job loses his job2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 5Any stray remarks you make can and will be used against you2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 15, Issue 5Employer can't question former employees about immigration status2007
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 8Failure to abide by settlement agreement yields discrimination finding2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 9Employer slapped with double damages for failing to pay vacation2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 6Contract claim survives death2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 1Labor law shields employer from certain claims2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 1City found immune from intentional tort liability2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 14, Issue 2Monitoring and controlling off-duty behavior2006
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 7You don't look a day over 40: Court refines standard for proving age discrimination2005
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 9Transit Authority slapped with punitive damages despite immunity defense2005
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 9Failure to control diabetes renders employee a direct threat2005
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 11Thinking isn't a major life activity2005
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 7How similar must 'similarly situated' employees be?2005
Connecticut Employment Law Letter, Vol. 13, Issue 3Written discipline can lead to defamation claim2005

Education

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Connecticut School of LawLawJD - Juris Doctor2000
University of ConnecticutN/ABA - Bachelor of Arts1994

Speaking Engagements

Conference NameTitleDate
Human Resource Association of Central ConnecticutTop Ten Employment Issues In 20082008