Topic: Connecticut Developments

Reminder: Key Provisions of New York’s Sexual Harassment Law Take Effect Today

New York State and New York City recently passed several anti-harassment laws in the wake of the #MeToo movement that will soon require employers to provide annual sexual harassment prevention training to all workers, distribute a comprehensive sexual harassment prevention policy, and update their form employment contracts and settlement agreements.

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Connecticut Enacts Senate Bill 260; Establishes Task Force to Study Autonomous Vehicles

Governor Dannel P. Malloy recently signed Senate Bill 260 (“SB 260”) into law. SB 260 authorizes the Office of Policy and Management, the Department of Motor Vehicles and the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to establish a pilot program pursuant to which certain municipalities may permit manufacturers to test autonomous vehicles on those municipalities’ roads. SB 260 also creates a 15-member task force to study autonomous vehicles and develop recommendations for regulating such vehicles. The task force must submit interim reports of its findings and submit a final report by January 1,...

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Long Tales About Long Tails – Connecticut’s Appellate Court Makes New Law

In a sprawling 163 page opinion issued just last week, the Connecticut Appellate Court addressed, as a matter of first impression, five different issues that will significantly affect the disposition of asbestos, and potentially other, long tail claims in Connecticut.

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