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Class Actions; Discrimination and Harassment; ERISA and Benefit Plan Litigation; Home Health and Home Care; Hiring, Performance Management and Termination; Litigation and Trials
With extensive litigation experience, Lori Alexander represents companies throughout Connecticut in a range of labor and employment matters, including complex employment litigation; discrimination claims; wrongful discharge; retaliation cases; labor arbitrations; administrative charges; Employee Retirement Income Security Act; benefits litigation; and employment arbitrations.
She represents clients in state and federal courts and before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; the Connecticut Commission on Human Rights; and Opportunities and the Connecticut Department of Labor in matters involving Title VII of the Civil Rights Act; The Americans with Disabilities Act; The Fair Employment Practices Act; The Fair Labor Standards Act; and state and federal common law.
Alexander reviews and develops internal policies and procedures and delivers training related to sexual harassment prevention. Additionally, she is one of the founding members of Littler's New Haven office.
American Bar Association; Connecticut Bar Association - Labor and Employment and Federal Practice Sections; Connecticut Bar Foundation; New Haven County Bar Association, Former President
J.D., University of Connecticut School of Law, with honors; M.A., New York University; B.S., Dartmouth College, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa