As a lawyer to businesses of all sizes, I get lots of questions. But I remain surprised that many people are not aware of some of the great free online resources that are available to businesses that can make their lives easier. 

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UPDATED 1/13/09

It started as an observation a few months ago when I noticed that although the visits to the blog were up, visits from state computers were down.

Then later, it was confirmed through off-the-cuff remarks by various state workers (including those at the CHRO — the state equivalent to the EEOC) that they could

Since many employment law cases are tried in federal courts, intimate knowledge of the way the Court works is one way for practitioners and clients to overcome potential hurdles. Looking at the District Court of Connecticut’s website did not provide many answers and thus, those who practiced in federal court frequently often had the upper hand on