I don’t know about you, but this year end has been crazy and the blog posts have dwindled a bit.

So rather than putting together a few haphazard posts, I’m just going to call it a year and we’ll start it over again in a week or so.

There’ll be lots to talk about in the new year.

In previous years, I’ve pulled out my crystal ball with a few predictions. Something tells me though that 2017 is going to be a lot like 2009 — lots of legislation out of DC and a lot of back-and-forth.

But let’s not get too ahead of ourselves. For now, I’m going to dust off my mom’s excellent latke recipe and enjoy some great donuts as well for Hanukkah. Then on to the New Year.

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays and I hope you all have a very Happy New Year.

— Dan

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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.