There aren’t a lot of Connecticut legal blogs, so when a new one comes on the scene, the least I can do is a quick shout out. 

The Blog — A Connecticut Law Blog — describes itself as providing "Thoughts on Connecticut Law with a Side of Baseball".  Its author, Ryan McKeen, is an attorney in East Hartford, Connecticut.  He e-mailed me on Wednesday and it is nice to hear from a loyal reader.

Ryan is, however, a Red Sox fan.  Given that the Connecticut Employment Law Blog is Yankees territory, we’ll let it slide since we’ve just begun Spring Training. Feel free to check out Ryan’s blog.

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Dan represents employers in various employment law matters such as employment discrimination, restrictive covenants, human resources, retaliation and whistle blowing, and wage and hour issues. He has extensive trial and litigation experience in both federal and state courts in a variety of areas…

Dan represents employers in various employment law matters such as employment discrimination, restrictive covenants, human resources, retaliation and whistle blowing, and wage and hour issues. He has extensive trial and litigation experience in both federal and state courts in a variety of areas, including commercial litigation and trade secret enforcement. Dan is the author of the independent Connecticut Employment Law Blog. The blog discusses new and noteworthy events in labor and employment law on a daily basis.