Kudos to Robert Brothers, the new Executive Director of the CHRO, for agreeing to meet with the Connecticut Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Committee. It is now set for February 25, 2010 at 6 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza in Cromwell, Connecticut. Full details are available here as well as instructions on how you can RSVP to the dinner.

Attorney Brothers will take questions, comments and suggestions for improving the CHRO.  In particular, he would like to hear from attorneys about the potential for e-filing, streamlining CHRO services and how the CHRO can best serve its constituents within its current budget and with proposed cuts to its budget next year. 

Mr. Brothers has made it known in various press accounts that he is taking his new role seriously.  And as I said last month, meeting with the CBA would be a terrific step towards rebuilding the agency’s reputation among practitioners.  So, you have to applaud him for his willingness to do so. 

If you’re unable to make last this month, what questions do you have for Mr. Brothers? Feel free to use the comment section below and I’ll try to pass them along for consideration at the February 25th event.