Stephen M. Sedor focuses his practice in the areas of education law, employment litigation and labor disputes.
He defends public and private sector employers in lawsuits involving wrongful discharge, employment discrimination, wage and hour disputes, First Amendment and retaliation claims, unfair labor practice charges, restrictive covenants and other disputes.
Stephen provides general counseling and advice to public and private sector employers on a wide range of labor and employment matters.
Stephen also focuses his practice on representing boards of education and municipalities on a full range of collective bargaining matters. He represents clients during collective bargaining and binding interest arbitrations, prohibited practice charges and other labor disputes.
He frequently appears before the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations and the Connecticut State Board of Mediation and Arbitration.
Stephen’s practice also involves representing local boards of education on general education matters, student discipline cases, teacher termination and employee discipline matters, residency issues and other matters involving boards of education.
In addition to Stephen’s litigation practice, he has argued before the Connecticut Supreme Court.