Merry Christmas

As we approach the end of the year, I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas (if you celebrate) and a Happy New Year.

We’ve all been through a lot this year (and last year was no picnic either) and this past week in particular. So I wish

Just a quick post to thank you all for the donations of gift cards.

The time for donations has ended and we are not taking up any more. So please, do not make any further donation.  

I’ll followup in another post with the results of our little 36 hour collection drive.

In the meantime, if

Last week, Attorney Robin Shea of Employment & Labor Insider proposed 10 rules of etiquette that “will save you from a pregnancy discrimination suit”.  Rule No. 1? Pregnancy is always good news.  Always. Always. Always.

If you haven’t read it, I’ll wait.

There are lots of rules regarding pregnancy that may come into play

As most of us have other things in mind this week (and in light of some technical issues we’re having on the backend of the blog), the Connecticut Employment Law Blog is taking a few days off to prepare for and celebrate Thanksgiving.  It’s one of my favorite holidays of the year and there is

Today marks the official five year anniversary of the Connecticut Employment Law Blog.

Wow.

My very first posts here, here and here, seem like a long time ago.   

But you don’t get to five years without a bunch of people to thank.   They include:

  • my current law firm partners at Pullman & Comley,