As the pandemic continues, there are early signs that some employers will be permitted to start bringing employees back to workplaces as early as May 20th in Connecticut. Under what conditions will employers be permitted to do so? What risks exist for employers that are opening back up?

In this complimentary webinar — open and

Keegan Drenosky will be a speaker during the City of Stamford Economic Development Commission’s webinar, “Legal Planning for Your Business During COVID-19.” She will be speaking about old and new federal and state laws including unemployment benefits, paid leave, paycheck protection programs that have passed.

Steven Frederick of Wofsey Rosen will be speaking about terminations,

Don’t wait until it’s too late! Sexual Harassment Prevention Training is required by October 1, 2020 for all Connecticut employers.

The recently passed Connecticut Time’s Up Act requires every Connecticut employer with three or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training by October 1, 2020 to all supervisory and nonsupervisory personnel.

This program will

2019 ended with a bang for stakeholders of retirement plans with the passage of the SECURE Act, a major piece of federal legislation that will alter the retirement plan landscape for years to come. Signed into law as part of a $1.4 trillion bipartisan spending bill on December 20, the SECURE Act (the full name

Daniel Schwartz and Christopher Engler will present the webinar “When the CHRO and EEOC Come Calling – Strategies for Employers.”

This webinar is appropriate for all in-house counsel, executives, human resources personnel and other employees who may be involved in responding to a complaint of discrimination/harassment at the state or federal level.

Topics include:

  • How

Dan Schwartz will present the session “Artificial Intelligence & Analytics for HR: Recruiting, Retention, and Engagement” during the CBIA’s 2019 Employment Law Conference.

The 2019 Employment Law Conference delivers an in-depth overview of some of the most challenging employment law issues impacting that organizations, human resource personnel, and management over the coming years. Event topics

Join us for our annual fall seminar on October 11, 2019 at the Hartford Marriott Downtown. This promises to be an interesting and informative program regarding recent developments in labor and employment law. Our half-day seminar will include discussions of the timely topics listed below as well as updates on recent legislation and court decisions

On July 10, Henry J. Zaccardi and Ashley L. Marshall presented a complimentary webinar summarizing new laws passed in the 2019 legislative session of the Connecticut General Assembly. Among the topics discussed were changes to sexual harassment prevention training requirements, paid family medical leave, CT’s minimum wage, and new whistleblower protections. Many employers across the