Our one day workshop is going virtual. Join us for an interactive Zoom event designed to prepare superintendents, business managers and school board negotiators for the challenges of collective bargaining.
Drummond Woodsum is pleased to announce that it has promoted seven of its associate attorneys to shareholders of the firm and elevated one consultant to the role of Senior Consultant. Congratulations to attorneys Adam Cote, Michael-Corey Hinton, Jeana McCormick, Kasia Park, Aga Dixon, Matthew Decker, and Meghan Glynn, as well as Government Relations, Organizational Development and Campaigns consultant, Toby McGrath.
The Employment & Labor Group at Drummond Woodsum invites you to a complimentary Human Resource virtual gathering. 2020 is quickly coming to a close. Let’s take the opportunity to get together one more time before year-end to take stock of the incredible challenges we have all faced this year, and to discuss how to position your organizations to start 2021 off right. We invite you to come with questions.
Drummond Woodsum is pleased to announce that Cassidy Neal has joined the firm's growing Regulated Substances practice. Cassidy is an experienced attorney who provides representation to start up and continuing businesses in the marijuana industry, as well as with respect to general real estate and corporate law issues.
On January 1, 2021, Maine’s new Earned Paid Leave law takes effect. Maine employers – including school units – with 11 or more employees will be required to provide all employees with “earned paid leave” that is accrued based on hours worked.