Favorable resolution of wage claim for a major Connecticut bank

Hinckley Allen attorneys represented a major Connecticut bank in connection with a wage claim filed with the state Department of Labor by a former commissioned salesperson. Our lawyers were able to achieve a favorable resolution of the claim by filing an a…

Reduction in force at a major Connecticut bank

Hinckley Allen represented a major Connecticut bank in connection with a phased reduction in force across several departments. Our attorneys counseled the bank through the process, performed a statistical analysis to insure that the reduction in force did …

Utility Contractors Association of New England, et al v. City of Fall River

Hinckley Allen represented Utility Contractors Association of New England (UCANE) in a lawsuit against the City of Fall River, alleging the City’s Responsible Employer Ordinance (REO) violated federal and state laws. Specifically, UCANE challenged the fo…

Warehousing, Distribution and Transportation Services for Liquor Control State’s Supplier and State Owned Spirits and Wine

A liquor control state issued requests for proposal to retain private warehouse, distribution and transportation providers to receive, store, ship and transport the state’s and its suppliers,’ licensees’ spirits and wine throughout the state. Hinckle…

Successful defense of unfair labor practice charge

Hinckley Allen represented a regional construction company in connection with an unfair labor practice charge filed by a former employee. The employee argued that he had been terminated for engaging in protected concerted activity. Hinckley Allen successfu…

Large-scale reduction-in-force for a real estate firm

Hinckley Allen counseled a prominent Boston real estate firm through a large-scale reduction-in-force. The client closed one of its largest offices in the Boston area, resulting in an office-wide layoff. The labor and employment group counseled the client …