Dayna Chucta represents employers in defending a wide range of employment-related disputes including discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wage and hour matters. She is also involved in litigating breach of contract and restrictive covenant actions. Dayna assists organizations in both federal and state compliance issues, including drafting employee handbooks, human resource policies, and employment-related agreements.
Dayna assists with complex bankruptcy and commercial litigation, particularly concerning consumer financial services, creditors’ rights, and real estate disputes. She represents lenders, loan services, and other financial institutions in commercial and residential foreclosure actions and consumer finance litigation. She also represents title insurers in complex real property matters.
Active in her community in animals rights matters, Dayna serves on the Board of Directors of PAWS CT, a pet rescue non-profit. She is passionate about her representation of animals, their owners, and non-profit organizations in animal law matters, focusing on animal welfare and animal protection. Dayna has worked at the administrative level litigating dog disposal orders and for animal welfare protection. Dayna also works to assist owners of support animals, including working with individuals and associations.