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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Connecticut Super Lawyers||2013|
|Client's Choice - Employment Law||AVVO||2012|
|Super Lawyer||Connecticut Super Lawyers||2012|
|Super Lawyer||Connecticut Super Lawyers||2011|
|Founder / Owner||Hayber Law Firm, LLC||2001 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Hartford County Bar Association||Committee Member||2005 - 2008|
|National Employment Lawyers Assocation||Member||2001 - 2008|
|Connecticut Employment Lawyers Association||Member||2001 - 2008|
|Connecticut Bar Association||Member||1992 - 2008|
|Curry v. Allan S. Goodman, Inc.||Reversed grant of summary judgment|
|Osborn v. Home Depot,USA Inc., 518 F.Supp.2d 377 (D.Conn. 2007)||Denial of Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment|
|Neary v. Metropolitan Property and Casualty Ins. Co., 517 F.Supp.2d 606, D.Conn.,2007.(September 27, 2007)||Denial of Defendant's Motion for Summary Judgment|
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|CTpost.com||Court tells Daily Voice to pay up!||2014|
|Connecticut Bar Association, Labor and Employment Quarterly||EMPLOYMENT CLASS ACTIONS IN THE WAKE OF AT&T MOBILITY, LLC V. CONCEPCION – HAS THE RUMOR OF THEIR DEMISE BEEN GREATLY EXAGGERATED?||2011|
|Connecticut Law Tribune||More Employers must follow ADA policy||2008|
|Compensation Quarterly||Accommodating the Claimant's Permanent Restrictions, Is There a Duty?||2008|
|Connecticut Law Tribune||Employers must discuss possible accommodations with more workers||2008|
|University of Connecticut School of Law||law||Juris Doctor||1992|
|Trinity College||Philosophy||Bachelor of Arts||1985|
|CELA's Wage and Hour Meeting||The Basics and Recent Developments of Wage/Hour Law||2013|
|2013 Labor and Employment Law Conference||Wage and Hour Litigation||2013|
|The Rise in Wage / Hour Litigation||The Rise in Wage / Hour Litigation||2010|
|Connecticut Bar Association Annual Meeting||The Practice of Labor and Employment Law in the Current Economy:||2010|
|Prosecuting and Defending Wage/Hour Claims||Prosecuting and Defending Wage/Hour claims||2009|
|How to Comply with the FLSA and Connecticut Wage Laws and Avoid Wage Claims||Overtime Law||2004|
|Litigation of Wage and Hour Claims/ Collective Actions||FLSA overtime claims||1999|
|Lecture on Connecticut Supreme Court ruling in Curry v. Allan S. Goodman, Inc.||Disability Discrimination law in Connecticut||N/A|
Posted by Brittany
I hired Richard as my Attorney because from day one he was knowledgeable, compassionate and completely understanding to the situation I was experiencing. He was there every step of the way to answer any questions I had, and even to offer advice that helped me get through the process. The time he took to fight for me and my family was truly appreciated, I wouldn't have been able to succeed without him. Him and his office staff were extremely friendly and always responsive.
If you want to fight for your rights as an employee and succeed, I highly suggest hiring Richard Hayber as your Attorney!
Posted by Lisa
While my situation was very unique, Attorney Hayber was able to competently advise me on appropriate steps to take. Without his expertise and determination I would have never received such a fair settlement!
Posted by PETER
Used him when I was being used by a company as a grunt, but was classified as exempt management. He and is team worked hard to file my claim and get it settled. Always kept me informed of what was going on in the process until case was settled.
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