Fall 2008 - #6. Employment Law 2008.

Author:Stephen D. Ellis, Chair

Vermont Bar Journal


Fall 2008 - #6.

Employment Law 2008

The Vermont Bar Journal #175, Volume 34, No. 3 FALL 2008

EMPLOYMENT LAW 2008Labor and employment law is an exciting and dynamic field in which most lawyers, both private and in- house, must maintain more than a passing interest. Whether we are in private practice, in house, or in the public sector, if we are to provide our clients with sound, timely advice, and if we are to be good employers ourselves, as good lawyers we must keep abreast of developments in this area of the law.

The VBA Employment Law Section strives to serve as a resource for section members, the VBA at large, and the public. In our monthly conference calls we discuss unsettled and emerging issues and these discussions are distilled into articles and seminars, including our annual CLE each November (which will be held this year on Friday, November 14, 2008). In this issue of the Vermont Bar Journal, we have selected several issues that appear to be of particular interest. Sandi Everitt distills the new EEOC guidelines; Pat Sabalis provides insight on considerations relating to...

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