As I’ve saying for a few weeks now, I was asked to be part of a panel discussion sponsored by the CHRO today on the impact and implications of Public Act 11-237 on the practice before the agency.  There were several powerpoints used and there was lots discussed. I will share various points in

Credit the Connecticut Bar Association Young Lawyers Section with landing all the major players in the Ricci v. DeStefano case for a panel discussion on August 18, 2009 at Quinnipiac University School of Lawl

Full program details are available at the CBA’s website, including registration. 

The panel brings together both the attorney representing

 A few months ago, I noted that Connecticut’s Department of Labor has had a long-standing (but, until recently, little-used) woPhoto courtesy of Library of Congress, Manchester Parachute Mills, circa 1942rk-share program under the title of the Shared Work program.  

The Connecticut DOL describes it as:

a voluntary program providing an alternative to layoffs for employers faced with a temporary decline in business. Rather than