This post continues my public service outreach on a program developed by the Connecticut Bar Foundation.

As I mentioned earlier this month, I am chairing what I expect will be a terrific educational program on April 9th at UConn Law School on how technology is changing the practice of law. Full details to this

As I indicated in my post yesterday, the bar-related breakfast with NLRB Region 34 office was a big success. 

In the presentation and discussion, Regional Director Jonathan Kreisberg made a few predictions and observations about what 2010 would bring.

  1. Kreisberg noted that the NLRB was going to be using press releases to a far greater

Think Facebook is just for kids? Or think that Twitter is for the birds? Do you wonder what all the fuss is over social media? Are you hopelessly lost trying to bring your company up to speed with all the social media and networking platforms out there?

The next webinar I’ll be presenting (

With all the developments the last week or two with the Connecticut legislative session, it’s been difficult to keep up with everything ELSE happening in employment law. 

So, time for a "Quick Hits" post, where I recap some of the stories you might have missed relating to the world of labor and employment law that might

Another snow day.

The winter continues its white deliverance. But in the meantime, the employment law world never stops.  Here are some items to keep you up to speed on what’s been happenning locally and nationally.

  • The latest projections are that the Employee Free Choice Act will be brought up for debate in Congress sometime