October 2014 Firm Happenings
Robert Brody was recently ranked on the 2014 Super Lawyers Annual List for New England as a top attorney in Employment and Labor Law. This distinction is reserved for attorneys working in a variety of practice areas in New England who are nominated by their peers based on their skill and achievements in the legal field.
On October 15th, Robert Brody and Susan Westphal conducted a Harassment-Free Training Seminar for nearly 40 mid-managers in the restaurant industry in eastern Connecticut.
On October 16th, Abby Warren attended the 16th Annual Amity Charitable Trust International Wine & Italian Cuisine Tasting. The proceeds of the event were used to support the Amity Charitable Trust, a fund that makes contributions and grants to organizations that improve the quality of life for citizens in New Haven, and the Clifford Beers Clinic.
On October 22nd, Susan Westphal introduced the keynote speaker at the Connecticut Association for the Gifted’s Friend of the Gifted (“CAG”) award ceremony. Sue was given this honor in recognition of four years as the PTA Council Co-Chair of the Gifted, a town-wide position. The CAG is an organization dedicated to helping Connecticut’s gifted, talented, and high-potential children of diverse cultures and background to reach their individual potentials.
Robert Brody and Alex Friedman published an article in the Connecticut Law Tribune’s October 27 edition entitled Must I Really Consider ALL Accommodations? : The Interactive Process Under the ADA.
Robert Brody and Abby Warren are contributing editors in The Developing Labor Law, Sixth Edition 2014 Cumulative Supplement, the leading text on the National Labor Relations Act.