Mansfield Depot Discrimination Lawyer, Connecticut


Includes: Race Discrimination, Religious Discrimination

James G. Green

Dispute Resolution, Disability, Corporate, Contract
Status:  In Good Standing           

Michelle Napoli-Lipsky

Litigation, Federal Appellate Practice, Disability
Status:  In Good Standing           

Peter J. Murphy

Health Care Other, Public Schools, Labor Law, Religious Discrimination
Status:  In Good Standing           

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Kerrigan v. Commissioner of Public Health

... The defendants also asserted that our statutory scheme does not discriminate on the basis of sex because, inter alia, it does not single out men or women as a class for disparate treatment, the touchstone of any sex discrimination claim. ... A. History of Discrimination. ...

Fillion v. Hannon

... "The [e]qual [p]rotection [c]lause requires that the government treat all similarly situated people alike. . . . Although the prototypical equal protection claim involves discrimination against people based on their membership in a vulnerable class . . . ...

State v. Holloway

... 1712, 90 L.Ed.2d 69 (1986)] the United States Supreme Court recognized that a claim of purposeful racial discrimination on the part of the prosecution in selecting a jury raises constitutional questions of the utmost seriousness, not only for the integrity of a particular trial ...