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The First Amendment: Where it is Implicated, and Where it is Not

USA - January 12 2021 Executive Summary: In the wake of the January 6, 2021, unrest at the United States Capitol Building and several social media outlets suspending…

Johanna G. Zelman.

Connecticut Creates Rebuttable Presumption that COVID Infection was Work-Related for First Months of the Pandemic

USA - July 29 2020 On July 24, 2020, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed his 63rd Executive Order in response to the public health emergency posed…

Johanna G. Zelman, Michael C. Harrington, Sami Asaad.

Returning to Work in Connecticut: Phase 1 Guidelines

USA - May 14 2020 Governor Ned Lamont has approved a phased reopening of Connecticut businesses. Phase 1, set to begin on May 20, 2020, will by no means, however, be a…

Johanna G. Zelman, Michael C. Harrington, Sami Asaad.

Recent COVID-19-Related Executive Orders Impact Connecticut Employers

USA - April 10 2020 Over the past few days, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has issued Executive Orders 7V, 7W and 7X, the latest in a series of…

Johanna G. Zelman, Michael C. Harrington, Sami Asaad.

Connecticut Update: State Issues Guidance Regarding What Businesses Are Exempt From Mandatory Closure

USA - March 23 2020 In Connecticut’s continued battle against the spread of COVID-19, on March 20, 2020, Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont issued Executive Order 7H, which…

Johanna G. Zelman, Michael C. Harrington, Sami Asaad.