While many of the "old-timers" like George Lenard, Ross Runkel, Michael Fitzgibbon and the crew at Lynch, Ryan whose Workers Comp' Insider just turned four last week, are still going strong, there fortunately has been a whole new group adding their collective insights. Just to mention a few recent articles from those relatively new, or probably more accurately, new to me (and my apologies to those I miss, although feel free to let me know):
- Alaska Employment Law - has a good post on Resources for Drafting Employment Contracts,
- Connecticut Employment Law - has a local take (for the Nutmeg state that is) on the law of Lactation in the Workplace - What Happens in Connecticut?
- The Union Free Employer - was on top of Congressional action on the RESPECT Act as it was headed for mark-up in the House with this post; and
- Pennsylvania Employment Law - with a cautionary note about reverse discrimination in Strictly Speaking Equal Employment Opportunity Means Neutrality
When I finally get around to updating my blog format and have a better blogroll, I can include all these and the many others that are now getting closer to being old timers as well, that have joined the fun.