Jen Moeckel Presented on Workplace Harassment

On April 19, 2018, CLRM employment law partner Jen Moeckel presented a workplace harassment seminar at the New England Employee Benefits Insurance Agency (“NEEBCo”) Conference Center in Concord, New Hampshire.  Seminar topics included what is (and what is not) harassment, employer best practices, harassment policies,

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Kathleen Mahan Appointed as Rule 32 Neutral Court Mediator

Kate has been appointed by the New Hampshire Superior Courts to the Rule 32 Neutral Court Mediator panel.  Kate’s litigation practice focuses on a wide range of business disputes including trade secret and other intellectual property, non-compete, shareholder, corporate governance, employment, and commercial disputes in

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CLRM Employment Lawyers Present Legal Update to SHRA

Andrea Chatfield and Jen Moeckel presented Employment Law Update and Practical Tips for 2018 to members of the Seacoast Human Resources Association (SHRA) on January 9, 2018. SHRA is an affiliate of the Society for Human Resource Management. The presentation included practical tips and takeaways

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CLRM Attorneys Present Employment Law Update for NEEBCo

On February 1, 2018, CLRM employment law attorneys Andrea Chatfield and Jen Moeckel will present two sessions of an employment law update hosted by New England Employee Benefits Company (NEEBCo) in Concord, New Hampshire. The sessions will include an overview of key employment law changes

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Helpful letter opinion today by the USDOL for working parents with children with special needs and IEP’s. If IEP includes medically-related services (e.g. OT, PT), parent can use FMLA for time off to attend IEP meeting. #FMLA #IEP #employeebenefits #HR #SpecialEducation

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