Shipman & Goodwin LLP
With more than 150 attorneys and offices in Connecticut, Washington, D.C. and New York, Shipman represents many leading colleges and universities. We appreciate that modern higher education institutions face unique challenges in an increasingly complex and competitive education market, and we apply our extensive experience representing colleges and universities throughout the northeast and nationally, to help them solve any problem they face. Our blogs, www.ctschoollaw.com and www.employmentlawletter.com, present the latest developments in school law to Connecticut’s education community. CCIC invites you to connect with Shipman at: www.shipmangoodwin.com.
You are invited to join Shipman as they recap the hottest workplace topics of 2021 and provide a 2022 roadmap for what employers can expect in the coming year. Register below.
- Live, November 5, 2021 @ 10AM: A Conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace
- On-Demand Recording: Legislative Updates and Handbook Reviews - Refresh Your Policies for 2022
- On-Demand Recording: Recreational Marijuana Provisions for Employers
- On-Demand Recording: Remote Work is Here to Stay - What is Your Duty to Accommodate?
Since March of 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic began to drastically affect our clients and communities, we have created this resource page to gather in one place all the legal updates specific to the pandemic. We have divided the guidance into certain key categories as below. Please do not hesitate to contact your Shipman lawyers or anyone at the firm with questions and concerns. We truly hope you are healthy and safe.
- What Employers Need to Know: Mandating COVID-19 Vaccines in the Workplace
- Shot or No Shot: What Employers Need to Know about the COVID-19 Vaccine
- Webinar: Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
- Webinar: EPA Compliance Assurance and Enforcement Initiative Regarding Ammonia Refrigeration at Ice Rinks
- Virtual Seminar - 2020 Fall Labor and Employment Webinar Series
- Webinar: Unemployment, Liability and Return to Work issues during COVID-19
- Webinar: Going Back to the Future: Phased Return to Work and What Comes Next for Employers
- Webinar: In the COVID-19 Pandemic, What Comes Next For Employers?
- Legislative Updates and Handbook Reviews - Refresh Your Policies for 2022
- Recreational Marijuana Provisions for Employers
- Remote Work is Here to Stay - What is Your Duty to Accommodate?
- Changes to the Connecticut FMLA: A Conversation with Heidi Lane, Director of the Legal Division, and Connecticut Department of Labor
- A Conversation about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace
- Executive Order Promises Future Federal Move Against Noncompete Agreements
- Employers Have Much to Track in New Cannabis Law
- Connecticut Legislative Update: Two New Employment Laws Impacting Public and Private Employers
- Employers Can Require Vaccines and Offer Incentives, Says EEOC
- Connecticut Lifts Most of its COVID-19 Restrictions
- What Employers Need to Know About the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021
- From “Mandatory” to “Recommended” - What Employers Need to Know about Connecticut’s Changes to its Sector Rules
- Connecticut Enacts CROWN Act, Prohibiting Discrimination Based on Hairstyle
- President Biden Issues Executive Orders Impacting Employers Amid Pandemic
- What Happens to Paid COVID-19 Leave in the New Year?
- With COVID-19 Vaccines Finally Arriving, Employers Must Ask and Answer Difficult Questions
- Important Notice about EPA Compliance & Enforcement Regarding Ammonia Refrigeration at Ice Rinks
- Governor Lamont Mandates New Rules for Sports Amid Surge in COVID-19 Transmission Rates
- Governor Lamont Issues New Executive Order Allowing Testing Alternative to Self-Quarantine Following Travel
- Following Court Ruling, DOL Clarifies Rules for FFCRA Intermittent Leave and Documentation Requirements
- Connecticut Nonstock Corporations Temporarily Allowed To Conduct Member Meetings Remotely