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Employment Law

Shipman & Goodwin was serving the legal needs of employers even before the National Labor Relations Act was passed in the middle of the last century. From an initial focus on labor relations and collective bargaining, our range of services has expanded as employment law has evolved over the past half century or so.

Members of our practice group have broad and deep experience in employment discrimination, wrongful discharge, wage and hour, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, OSHA, FMLA, immigration, and virtually every other employment-related field. Because Shipman & Goodwin is a general practice firm, our labor and employment lawyers are also able to draw upon the experience of members of our tax, employee benefits, and intellectual property practice groups, among others.

We emphasize preventive counseling, and offer training on subjects ranging from sexual harassment to union avoidance. Our goal is to help clients manage the legal risks associated with hiring, supervising and terminating employees, while following best management practices and complying with governmental requirements applicable to all aspects of the employment relationship.

In the private sector, we represent employers in almost every field of business and industry, including manufacturers, schools and colleges, hospitals and other health care providers, insurance carriers, wholesalers and retailers, transportation and construction firms, financial institutions, and a wide variety of service businesses. We also represent high level executives in the negotiation of the terms of their engagement with or separation from corporate employers. In the public sector, we represent dozens of municipalities and boards of education, as well as entities such as housing authorities and health districts. We also work with various elements of state government, and several quasi-public entities.

The areas in which we regularly assist our clients include: 

    • Hiring, evaluation, discipline and discharge of employees 
    • Personnel policies and employee handbooks 
    • Employment contracts and separation agreements 
    • Wage and hour issues, and other employment regulation 
    • Workers' compensation and heart and hypertension cases 
    • Non-competition and other restrictive covenants 
    • Immigration compliance and employment verification requirements

Attorneys

Andreana R. Bellach
Partner
abellach@goodwin.com
(203) 324-8109
Stamford Office
Gary R. Brochu
Partner
gbrochu@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5705
Hartford Office
Brian Clemow
Partner
bclemow@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5711
Hartford Office
Leander A. Dolphin
Associate
ldolphin@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5086
Hartford Office
Brenda A. Eckert
Partner
beckert@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5712
Hartford Office
Christopher E. Engler
Associate
cengler@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5143
Hartford Office
Julie C. Fay
Partner
jfay@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5009
Hartford Office
Robin G. Frederick
Partner
rfrederick@goodwin.com
(203) 324-8114
Stamford Office
Susan C. Freedman
Partner
sfreedman@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5638
Hartford Office
Gabriel J. Jiran
Partner
gjiran@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5520
Hartford Office
Anne H. Littlefield
Partner
alittlefield@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5715
Hartford Office
Jarad M. Lucan
Associate
jlucan@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5785
Hartford Office
Lisa Banatoski Mehta
Partner
lbanatoski@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5514
Hartford Office
Richard A. Mills
Partner
rmills@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5706
Hartford Office
Thomas B. Mooney
Partner
tmooney@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5710
Hartford Office
Peter J. Murphy
Associate
pjmurphy@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5950
Hartford Office
Saranne P. Murray
Partner
smurray@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5702
Hartford Office
Christopher T. Parkin
Associate
cparkin@goodwin.com
(203) 324-8139
Stamford Office
Jessica L. Ritter
Associate
jritter@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5034
Hartford Office
Kevin M. Roy
Partner
kroy@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5162
Hartford Office
Rebecca Rudnick Santiago
Partner
rsantiago@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5164
Hartford Office
Daniel A. Schwartz
Partner
dschwartz@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5038
Hartford Office
Gary S. Starr
Partner
gstarr@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5501
Hartford Office
Clarisse N. Thomas
Associate
cthomas@goodwin.com
(203) 324-8164
Stamford Office
Christopher A. Tracey
Associate
ctracey@goodwin.com
(203) 324-8155
Stamford Office
Linda L. Yoder
Partner
lyoder@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5717
Hartford Office
Henry J. Zaccardi
Counsel
hzaccardi@goodwin.com
(860) 251-5737
Hartford Office

Publications

Fall 2014  Employment Law Letter - Fall 2014
Quarterly Newsletter  Employment Law Letter
August 13, 2014  Dan Schwartz quoted in the ABC News piece, "Woman Says She Was Denied Job Due to Peanut Allergy"
July 28, 2014  Peter Murphy quoted in CT Law Tribune Article, "Lawyers Note Rise in Pregnancy-Related Discrimination Cases"
July 16, 2014  Employment Legislation Summary
Summer 2014  Employment Law Letter - Summer 2014
July 14, 2014  Dan Schwartz quoted in LTN News article, "Hackers Are After Employee Data Now"
Spring 2014  Employment Law Letter - Spring 2014
March 6, 2014  Employers Be Forewarned: The Forms You Use to Obtain Applicant Background Checks May Violate FCRA
Winter 2014  Employment Law Letter - Winter 2014
February 6, 2014  Federal Court of Appeals Finds Temporary Disabilities Protected Under ADA Amendments Act
January 27, 2014  Courts Weigh In On Analysis of Disabilities
Fall 2013  Employment Law Letter - Fall 2013
August 1, 2013  Interview: Dan Schwartz Discusses Workplace Mobile Video and Social Media Usage
July 19, 2013  Employment Litigation Lessons From Lawyers As Employers
Summer 2013  Employment Law Letter - Summer 2013
July 17, 2013  Non-Compete Bill Vetoed--But Not Dead
July 16, 2013  Employment Legislation Summary
June 4, 2013  Daniel Schwartz quoted in Thomson Reuters article, "New mental-health manual seen as boosting disability claims"
May 21, 2013  The Latest Social Media Concern for Employers
May 6, 2013  New Changes for New Hires: The New I-9 Form
May 2, 2013  Proposal Would 'Create Chaos' in the Workplace, Experts Say
May 2013  Bill Creates Chaos for Employers
Spring 2013  Employment Law Letter - Spring 2013
February 2013  Should you monitor your employees' social media use?
Winter 2013  Employment Law Letter - Winter 2013
January 14, 2013  Early Planning and Action on Health Care Reform
December 3, 2012  Social Media and the National Labor Relations Board: What You Need to Know
Fall 2012  Employment Law Letter - Fall 2012
October 12, 2012  Daniel Schwartz quoted in Connecticut Law Tribune article, "Federal Court Ruling May Boost Whistleblower Claims"
August 27, 2012  Your Investigation Can Backfire and Lead to Unexpected Problems
Summer 2012  Employment Law Letter - Summer 2012
2012 Session  Employment Legislation Summary
2012  The World's Foremost Authorities on Employment Law: Top Employment Lawyers Share What They Know Best
May 15, 2012  Supreme Court Rules Connecticut's Anti-Discrimination Law Creates Claim for Hostile Work Environment Based on Sexual Orientation
May 10, 2012  EEOC and NLRB Impose New Rules on Employers
Spring 2012  Employment Law Letter - Spring 2012
April 18, 2012  NLRB Posting Requirement Set for April 30 Is Postponed Yet Again
February 13, 2012  Supervisors Can Be Personally Liable for Violations of FMLA
Winter 2012  Employment Law Letter - Winter 2012
January 18, 2012  NLRB Bars Waivers of Collective Action in Arbitration and Litigation
Fall 2011  Employment Law Letter - Fall 2011
October 7, 2011  NLRB Postpones Requirements for Employers to Post Employees' Rights
September 7, 2011  Union Organizing in Health Care Made Easier
September 1, 2011  NLRB Requiring Posting of Employees' Rights
Summer 2011  Employment Law Letter - Summer 2011
2011 Session  Employment Legislation Summary
June 29, 2011  Connecticut Legislature Passes First in the Nation Paid Sick Leave Law
April 4, 2011  Supreme Court Scratches the Surface of Discrimination Claims with "Cat's Paw" Theory of Liability
Spring 2011  Employment Law Letter
March 29, 2011  Evidentiary Portions Of Teacher Interest Arbitration Hearings Must Be Open To The Public
February 1, 2011  Supreme Court Broadens Protections for Employees Who File Discrimination Claims--And May Create Protections for Their Closest Friends and Relatives
January 31, 2011  Be Careful When Conducting Credit Checks
Winter 2011  Employment Law Letter
January 26, 2011  Supreme Court Clarifies Scope of Persons Protected from Retaliation under Title VII
January 24, 2011  Patient Choice Versus Employee Rights: Conflicting Obligations?
January 14, 2011  Employers Need to Update Policies Regarding Employee Genetic Information
January 4, 2011  New Regulations Interpreting the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act Become Effective January 9
Fall 2010  Employment Law Letter
September 16, 2010  New Puerto Rico Birth Certificates Affect Employers' Form I-9 Process Starting on October 1, 2010
September 14, 2010  New Protections Afforded Whistleblowers Under Dodd-Frank Act
September 7, 2010  New Massachusetts Legislation Mandates Changes in Hiring Practices
August 9, 2010  Arbitration Processes In Need Of Reform
July 26, 2010  Foreign Independent Contractors Need Proper Visas
2010 Session  Employment Legislation Summary
Summer 2010  Employment Law Letter
July 7, 2010  Supreme Court Clears Way to Monitor Electronic Messages - Sort Of
May 1, 2010  We Never Thought of That: 21st Century Issues That Make Most Employee Handbooks Obsolete
April 26, 2010  Health Care Reform: What Employers Need to Know Now
Spring 2010  Employment Law Letter
January 18, 2010  Investigating Wrongdoing By Elder Care Workers
Winter 2010  Employment Law Letter
November 18, 2009  Required Wage Notification Form for New York Employers
Fall 2009  Employment Law Letter
October 26, 2009  Showing Up Without Warrant or Warning: Federal Officials Visit Employers That Hire Foreign Workers
October 20, 2009  New Development: USCIS To Conduct Unannounced Site Visits on H-1B Employers
September 7, 2009  The Evolving Constitutional Rights Of Students
September 4, 2009  New Labor Condition Application System Changes H-1B Nonimmigrant Filing Process
Summer 2009  Employment Law Letter
2009 Session  Employment Legislation Summary
July 13, 2009  Form I-9 Update
July 10, 2009  U.S. Employers Face Crackdown for Unauthorized Workers
July 2, 2009  Supreme Court Answers City's Quandary and Upholds Promotional Test Despite Adverse Impact
April 27, 2009  Employee Free Choice Act: Dream or Disaster?
April 20, 2009  Independent Contractors: More Problem Than Promise?
Winter/Spring 2009  The 2008 Amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act
Winter/Spring 2009  The 2009 Amendments to the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act Regulations
Spring 2009  Employment Law Letter
March 26, 2009  Connecticut FMLA Complicates Compliance With Federal Law
March 2009  New Regulations both Simplify and Complicate Family & Medical Leave
February 6, 2009  Concessions, Cuts and Public Sector Bargaining
February 4, 2009  President Obama Signs Equal Pay Law
February 1, 2009  SEE YOU IN COURT! - February 2009
January 23, 2009  Use of New I-9 Form Delayed Until April 3, 2009
January 12, 2009  Employers Must Comply With New FMLA Regulations
January 5, 2009  SEE YOU IN COURT! - January 2009
Winter 2009  Employment Law Letter
2008 Session  Employment Legislation Summary
December 9, 2008  SEE YOU IN COURT! - December 2008
October 28, 2008  SEE YOU IN COURT! - October 2008
October 17, 2008  Freedom of Information Act Legislation Summary
October 1, 2008  Congress Expands the Americans With Disabilities Act
Fall 2008  Employment Law Letter
September 24, 2008  SEE YOU IN COURT! - September 2008
Summer 2008  Employment Law Letter
July 22, 2008  Reading Employee Text Messages - A Cautionary Tale
July 18, 2008  IRS Rethinks its Deferred Compensation Rules
June 30, 2008  Employment Law: Practical Guidance
Spring 2008  Employment Law Letter
May 8, 2008  Employers Take Note: Protection for Employees Expands
April 17, 2008  Connecticut Supreme Court Ends Health Insurance Continuation for Surviving Dependents in Public Sector Workers' Compensation Cases
January 2008  New FMLA Expansion
January 2008  Sending A Message About E-Mails
January 2008  Written Agreements for Commissioned Salespeople
January 2008  E-Mail Policy Prohibiting “Non-Job-Related Solicitations” May be Enforced Against Union E-Mails
2006-2007  Helping Individual Investors Do What They Know Is Right: The Save More For Retirement Act of 2005
December 2007  Use of Expired or Undated Green Cards as U.S. Work Authorization Documents on Forms I-9's
November 14, 2007  New Form I-9
October 30, 2007  Employee Benefits Update - Section 409A Deferred Compensation: Good Faith Compliance, Transition Opportunities and Preparation for Full Compliance
September 27, 2007  Connecticut Supreme Court Clears Way For Truthful References
August 31, 2007  Hold Those Records or Else
August 24, 2007  Decisions on Caregivers to be Closely Examined by EEOC for Unlawful Stereotyping
July 16, 2007  Feel the Chill: ICE Targets Employers for Immigration Violations
June 22, 2007  Supreme Court Rules "Companions" Are Not Entitled To Overtime And Minimum Wage In Connecticut, New York, And Vermont
April 25, 2007  The Quiet Revolution in Employment Law
April 2007  Ignorance That Isn't Bliss
April 3, 2007  New Rules for Electronically Stored Information
February 9, 2007  Immigration and Customs Enforcement Measures Require Swift Action by Employers
January 25, 2007  FMLA - What Counts and What Doesn't When Determining Eligibility
2006  Model Employee Handbook for Nonprofits
October 5, 2006  Department of Labor Concludes that Respiratory Therapists Are Entitled to Overtime
Summer 2006  Employment Law Letter
Spring 2006  Employment Law Letter
November 16, 2005  Recent Supreme Court Decision - Schaffer v. Weast
November 4, 2005  Wellness Policy
Fall 2005  An Act Concerning Civil Unions
Spring 2005  Constructive Discharge in Sexual Harassment Cases: A Hopeless Situation for Employers?
December 21, 2004  Model Policy to Implement Public Act 04-243, "An Act Concerning Termination of Coaches"
Fall 2004  Employment Law Letter
Spring 2004  Federal Fair Labor Standards Act
Summer 2004  Employment Law Letter
Spring 2004  Employment Law Letter
Winter 2004  Employment Law Letter
October 1, 2003  Connecticut Public Act No. 03- 213 Act Makes Changes To The Connecticut FMLA
February 2003  HIPAA Alert for Employers
August 2002  Connecticut's New Requirement Related To Inquiries About Criminal Histories Of Job Applicants
August 2002  New Electronic Transactions Act Permits Companies To Retain Records In Electronic Format
February 21, 2001  American Competitiveness In The Twenty-First Century Act Of 2000: An Answer To The Shortage Of U.S. Technical Workers?
1999  Gebser v. Lago Vista Independent School District, Is it Really the Final Word on School Liability for Teacher-to-Student Sexual Harassment
Winter 1994  A Test of Faith: Accommodating Religious Employees' "Work Related Misconduct" in the United States and Canada

Events

October 31, 2014  2014 Labor and Employment Fall Seminar
September 16, 2014  The Seven Deadly Sins of Social Media Employment Screening
June 24, 2014  THE NEW "STAR" WARS: When Your Top Performers Come or Go - Best Practices in CT & NY For Using Non-Competes and Protecting Your Trade Secrets
November 22, 2013  LERA: "Facebook Friend" or Foe, How Technology and the Law is Impacting the Workplace
October 25, 2013  2013 Labor and Employment Fall Seminar
April 10, 2013  DriveThruHR panel featuring Dan Schwartz
December 5, 2012  Highlights From Our Annual Labor and Employment Fall Seminar
November 15, 2012  Confession & Profession
November 2, 2012  Labor and Employment Fall Seminar: 2012 Update on Labor and Employment Law
January 20, 2012  Buyer Beware! How to Avoid the Legal Traps of Hiring & On-Boarding
December 13, 2011  Highlights From Our Annual Labor & Employment Fall Seminar--Hartford
November 29, 2011  Highlights From Our Annual Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
October 12, 2011  2011 Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 28, 2011  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 26, 2011  FOIA: What Board, Commission & Committee Members Must Know
April 14, 2011  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
April 12, 2011  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
March 11, 2011  Protecting Your Business Jewels: Employees and Confidential Information
March 4, 2011  Labor and Employment Department Public Sector 2011 Spring Seminar
February 10, 2011  FOIA: What Board, Commission & Committee Members Must Know
November 19, 2010  Recent Cases: Section 504 of the Rehabilitation
November 19-20, 2010  2010 Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE)/Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Convention
November 2, 2010  2010 Tax 360 Conference: State Tax Legislative Update
October 29, 2010  Hiring and Firing from a Legal Perspective
October 27, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
October 21, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
October 15, 2010  Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
October 7, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
October 6, 2010  Winning Strategies for Collective Bargaining and Arbitration
September 24, 2010  Working With The Deaf And Hard Of Hearing Population
September 24, 2010  Civil Rights - Developments and Degeneration, Diversity in the Face of Intolerance
September 10, 2010  Legal Updates
July 14, 2010  Independent Contractor Crackdown: How to Protect Your Company from Liability and Penalties
July 12-13, 2010  Regional School District No. 17 Administrative Retreat
June 17, 2010  Employee or Independent Contractor? Why Employers Must Take Care With Worker Classification Issues and Recent Employment Law Updates
June 15, 2010  Effective Advocacy Before the Appeals Division
June 9, 2010  Online Social Networking in the Public Sector Workplace
June 4, 2010  What Have They Done To Us Lately?
June 3, 2010  2010 Connecticut Association of School Business Officials (CASBO) Institute
May 21, 2010  CBIA's 2010 Connecticut Tax Conference
May 20, 2010  Investigating Employee Misconduct
April 29, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 25, 2010  Northeast Morgan Stanley Career Development Workshop
April 23, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 15, 2010  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
March 26, 2010  Surfing the Net: The Effect of Twitter, Facebook and Other Social Networking Sites on the Workplace
March 19, 2010  Labor and Employment Department Public Sector Spring Seminar
February 27, 2010  In Deeper Water: Navigating the Employment Laws that Expand Your Liability and Affect Your Bottom Line
February 4, 2010  Surfing the Net: The Effect of Twitter, Facebook and Other Social Networking Sites on the Workplace - Stamford, CT
October 30, 2009  Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
October 22, 2009  Legal Updates in Special Education - Stamford, CT
October 16, 2009  The Current Constitutional Rights of Education Personnel
October 15, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
October 14, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
October 13, 2009  What’s New? An Overview of Hot Issues for School Personnel Administrators
October 8, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
October 8, 2009  Connecticut Conference of Municipalities Convention 2009
October 1, 2009  FMLA/ADA/Workers Compensation Workshop
September 25, 2009  Teaching and Learning in the Future Sense
September 24, 2009  Legal Updates in Special Education - Hartford, CT
June 2009  Recent Developments in the Law- Global Banking Human Resources Forum, NYC
May 20, 2009  Collective Bargaining
April 30, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
April 14, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 7, 2009  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 3, 2009  Labor and Employment Department Spring Seminar
April 3, 2009  A Conference for School Office Personnel
March 25, 2009  Education Law and Policy Society Event: No Child Left Behind Panel
March 6, 2009  The State of the State in Workers' Compensation: Dealing with SIF, AAGs, and GAB Robins
February 9, 2009  Connecticut Association of Nonprofits HR Forum
January 21, 2009  FOIA - What Police and Fire Departments Must Know
January 15, 2009  What's New? Recent Developments in the Law
December 12, 2008  Employment Issues in a Down Economy: Strategic Planning
December 12, 2008 & January 15, 2009  Update on Labor and Employment Law Workplace Breakfast Series
November 15, 2008  2008 Connecticut Association of Boards of Education (CABE)/Connecticut Association of Public School Superintendents (CAPSS) Convention
November 14, 2008  Employment Law Conference
October 31, 2008  Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
October 22, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
October 22, 2008  Connecticut Conference of Municipalities Convention 2008
October 16, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
October 15, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 15, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 14, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Hartford, CT
April 10, 2008  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training - Stamford, CT
April 4, 2008  Labor and Employment Department Spring Seminar
November 15, 2007  Section 409A Deferred Compensation Seminar
November 8, 2007  Section 409A Deferred Compensation Seminar
November 2, 2007  Labor & Employment Fall Seminar
October 19, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
October 12, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
October 11, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Stamford)
July 18, 2007  A Panel Discussion On The Legal Impact of Parents Involved in Cmty. Schs. v. Seattle Sch. Dist. No. 1 on Diversity Plans for Connecticut Public Schools
April 27, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
April 26, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Stamford)
April 24, 2007  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
March 29, 2007  2007 Public Sector Legal Update
January 23, 2007  Dealing With Difficult Employees: How to Turn Around a Difficult Employee
October 24, 2006  How to Ensure You've Hired A Qualified Employee: Avoiding Pitfalls During the Hiring Process
October 19, 2006  Labor and Employment Department Fall Seminar
October 11, 2006  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
October 6, 2006  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Hartford)
June 12, 2006  Connecticut Labor and Employment Law Developments 2005-2006
June 12, 2006  2006 CBA Annual Meeting Connecticut Labor and Employment Law Developments 2005-2006
May 9, 2006  Hot Topics in Risk Management: Do's, Don'ts and Musts for Nonprofit Leaders
May 2006  Employee Trouble Ahead and Steps to Avoid
April 24, 2006  Sexual Harassment Education And Prevention
April 18, 2006  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Seminar
March 26-30, 2006  To Marry or Not to Marry: The Debate Surrounding Domestic Partner Benefits
February, 2006  Proper Hiring Techniques
February, 2006  Supervision of the Problem Employee
December 13, 2005  Payroll Management for Connecticut Businesses: Dealing With Wage Garnishment Orders
December 13, 2005  Payroll Management for Connecticut Businesses: Employment Issues
November 15, 2005  Emergency Response to Difficult Human Resource Issues: Putting Out The Fire Before It Gets Out Of Control
November 4, 2005  Review of Civil Union Legislation
October 2005  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training & Certification
July 21, 2005  Arbitration and Public Policy
June 28, 2005  Federal and State Family and Medical Leave Acts for Employers
June 13-16, 2005  Unemployment Insurance Legal Issues
June 2-3, 2005  Human Resource Issues
April 20, 2005  Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
March 2, 2005  An Overview of Labor and Employment Law Requirements for Medical Offices in Connecticut
March 2005  Overview of Employment Law for Connecticut Businesses
October 29, 2004  The Interaction Between Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Workers' Compensation
June 18, 2004  Employee and Labor Relations Issues
June 3, 2004  Dealing with Difficult Employees
April 15, 2004  Dealing with Difficult Employees
March 2004  An Eagle Eye View of Employment Law Issues for Connecticut Independent Schools
November 14, 2003  Employment Issues That Cause Sleepless Nights
June 3-4, 2003  Human Resource Legal Issues
April 27-29, 2003  Laws and Litigation: Developing Strategies and Solutions for Local Government
October 4, 2002  Update in Employment Law and Human Resources
September 2002  One Year Later: Are You Complying With the Requirements for Employers in a Changed World?
  Planning on Staying out of Trouble
  Investigating Employee Misconduct Can Be Treacherous - Do It Right
  Employer Strategies During the Termination Process
  A Brief Overview of the Interaction of Family Medical Leave, Worker's Compensation and Disability Law
  Supervision of the Problem Employee
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