...also changing how people think about [pictures and other] communications," said Margaret Sheahan, an employment lawyer with Mitchell & Sheahan in Stratford. "Some...
When it comes to making a decision between losing a person's freedom or losing their pension, most would probably give up the money. But under a relatively new law, government workers convicted of st
Earlier articles in this newspaper have drawn attention to the phenomenon of the National Labor Relations Board's efforts to broaden its reach into the non-organized workplace and the significance of
...Stratford, Conn. But for labor and employment law partners Robert Mitchell and Margaret Sheahan, it's a world away. With about 60 years...
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