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Employment Lawyer Predicts the Future. What Happens Next Will Restore Your Faith in Humanity.

Posted in Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Labor Law & NRLB, Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments, Social Media

If you spend anytime on the Internet, you’ve come across headlines like this one. (Yes, it’s a little bait-and-switch, but you were expecting that, weren’t you?). Indeed, sites like Upworthy have become big business in the last year all due to headlines that you can’t resist. Well, that and Grumpy Cats. (For an excellent recap… Continue Reading

Reading the Tea Leaves for Employment Law in 2013 (Harry Potter Edition)

Posted in Featured, Highlight, Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Labor Law & NRLB, Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments, Litigation, Social Media

In this week’s Connecticut Law Tribune, I filed my annual “forecast” of employment law for 2013. As with the weather forecasts, it is subject to change on a moment’s notice. So drink your “tea” with a grain of salt. So, last year, I brought out my trusted Magic 8-Ball to make my 2012 predictions. Looking… Continue Reading

Predicting the Future in Employment Law, At Least for 2012

Posted in Human Resources (HR) Compliance, Labor Law & NRLB, Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments, Social Media, Wage & Hour

A few weeks ago, I sat down and crafted an article for the Connecticut Law Tribune that laid out my predictions for 2012.  That article was finally published this week here. Among the topics I tackle are new U.S. Supreme Court and Connecticut Supreme Court decisions, possible new legislative developments, and whether the trend of… Continue Reading

A Look Back at 2011 Prediction … and a Sneak Peek at 2012

Posted in Laws and Regulations, Legislative Developments, Litigation

It’s easy to make predictions about the future. It’s far harder to look back at them and see if you were right.  Fortunately or unfortunately for me, my predictions are in print — there for a looking. So how did my prediction go for 2011? Well, in my main article, I predicted that on a… Continue Reading