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2022 Annual Update Part 1: 2021 Legal Year in Review

January 20, 2022 at 9:30am10:30am
Virtual Event

Join Verrill for its first session of the 2022 virtual Labor & Employment Annual Series. Verrill attorneys Tawny Alvarez, Scott Connolly, and Emily Coombs Waddell will discuss recent federal, state, and local changes to laws that affect human resources and employers' relationships with their employees. During this presentation we will discuss best practices related to COVID policies, current status of vaccine mandate laws at the state and federal level, minimum wage ordinances, reverse discrimination lawsuits, amendments to the Maine Human Rights Act, and Maine’s new Fair Chance in Employment statute.

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Maine Update: A Year in Review

Massachusetts Update: A Year in Review

Connecticut Update: A Year in Review

If you can not attend this event but are interested in receiving a copy of this presentation, contact [email protected].

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