New Sexual Harassment Laws Apply to Businesses Large and Small

Written by Kathryn Diehm on November 6, 2019

Effective October 1, 2019, many of the provisions relating to the State of Connecticut’s laws regarding sexual harassment in the workplace have changed, pursuant to the “Time’s Up” bill. Previously, small businesses who employed less than 50 people were not subject to training requirements; now, this law applies to employers who employ three or more … Continue reading New Sexual Harassment Laws Apply to Businesses Large and Small

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New Canaan Athletic Foundation: Getting a Promising Non-Profit Off the Ground

Written by Kathryn Diehm on August 7, 2019

Residents of New Canaan, Connecticut, like many towns, value youth sports. Securing regular funding to build and maintain top-notch athletic facilities for its teams is becoming increasingly difficult. Education budgets are stretched, and, although residents support the myriad of school- and town-offered activities, no one wants to pay for them with tax increases. Faced with … Continue reading New Canaan Athletic Foundation: Getting a Promising Non-Profit Off the Ground

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