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Employment Law: What to Expect in the Next 4 Years

Posted by Richard DeMichele | Nov 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Employment Law in the Next Term

Dan Schwartz The election is over.  Not all of the ballots may not have been counted but we have declared winner.  It has been a full week since America cast its ballot to determine our political leaders. Since that time there has been no shortage of commentary on the impact of the election on the next four years.   Today, we are offering an interview with Dan Schwartz an employment law attorney with Connecticut's  Pullman & Comley, LLC.  Since the vast majority of employment law is federal law this Connecticut lawyer's thoughts and opinions are relevant here in New Jersey. Dan is a friend and colleague that I met through the American Bar Association. He is recognized as one of the nation's preeminent employment lawyers and he is also the author of the Connecticut Employment Law Blog.  The following is his blog entry that was posted on November 7, 2012.

What to Expect Over the Next Four Years — The Interview

By  Daniel Schwartz on  November 7th, 2012 Posted in  Legislative Developments In an interview today  with The Lexblog Network, we talked more about what might happen with in employment law with Obama's second term. You can watch the interview here:    

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Richard DeMichele

Richard A. DeMichele, Jr. is a seasoned litigator, devoting a substantial part of his practice to family law and personal injury matters.


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