Drummond Woodsum Attorneys at Law

Portland, ME        207.772.1941
Portsmouth, NH        603.433.3317
Manchester, NH        603.716.2895
Lebanon, NH        603.448.2221
800.727.1941




CONNOR P. SCHRATZ

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207.772.1941 Phone
207.772.3627 Fax

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PRACTICE AREAS

Employment & Labor
School & Education

EDUCATION

Fordham University, M.A., magna cum laude, 2010

University of Maine School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2017

Fordham University, B.A., 2009


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine

MEMBERSHIPS

Maine Bar Association



PRACTICE AREAS

Employment & Labor
School & Education

EDUCATION

Fordham University, M.A., magna cum laude, 2010

University of Maine School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude, 2017

Fordham University, B.A., 2009


BAR & COURT ADMISSIONS

Maine

MEMBERSHIPS

Maine Bar Association



As a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment and School and Education practice groups, Connor works with private companies, schools, and municipalities on a broad range of legal issues. Connor has helped clients resolve issues involving wages and hours, employee leave, employee and student discipline, privacy, compliance with state and federal drug testing requirements, and labor relations. He has represented clients in state courts and administrative agencies, and in federal immigration court. Connor is a regular contributor to the School Law Advisory and a frequent presenter at seminars and trainings for clients on a variety of legal topics. Recently, Connor has given presentations on the First Amendment, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and Maine’s collective bargaining law.

Connor is a graduate of Fordham University and the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, Connor was the Head Case Note and Comment Editor of the Maine Law Review, co-chair of the Maine Association for Public Interest Law, a student attorney at the school’s Refugee and Human Rights Clinic, and a teaching assistant. He also received the school’s Faculty Scholastic Achievement Award. He is member of the Board of the Muskie Fund for Legal Services, and does pro bono work with the Immigration Legal Advocacy Project. Prior to attending law school, Connor was a journalist.



As a member of the firm’s Labor and Employment and School and Education practice groups, Connor works with private companies, schools, and municipalities on a broad range of legal issues. Connor has helped clients resolve issues involving wages and hours, employee leave, employee and student discipline, privacy, compliance with state and federal drug testing requirements, and labor relations. He has represented clients in state courts and administrative agencies, and in federal immigration court. Connor is a regular contributor to the School Law Advisory and a frequent presenter at seminars and trainings for clients on a variety of legal topics. Recently, Connor has given presentations on the First Amendment, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and Maine’s collective bargaining law.

Connor is a graduate of Fordham University and the University of Maine School of Law. While in law school, Connor was the Head Case Note and Comment Editor of the Maine Law Review, co-chair of the Maine Association for Public Interest Law, a student attorney at the school’s Refugee and Human Rights Clinic, and a teaching assistant. He also received the school’s Faculty Scholastic Achievement Award. He is member of the Board of the Muskie Fund for Legal Services, and does pro bono work with the Immigration Legal Advocacy Project. Prior to attending law school, Connor was a journalist.



NEWS

U.S. Department of Labor Proposes to Raise the Overtime-Exempt Salary Threshold Under the FLSA
March 11, 2019

US Supreme Court Issues Decision in Janus v. AFSCME Council 31
June 28, 2018

New Attorneys Join Drummond Woodsum
December 13, 2017

ARTICLES

Legislature Considers Ban on E-Cigarette Possession at School
Winter 2019

Maine Labor Board Finds That Common Proposals Are Non-Negotiable Educational Policy
Summer 2018

Poorly Timed Reasonable Assurance Letters Can Be Costly
Winter 2018

PRESENTATIONS

Dealing with Reasonable Accommodation: What to do when an employee needs or requests an accommodation
March 20 & 21, 2019


Looking Back at 2018 and Looking Forward to 2019
December 5 & 6, 2018


Workplace Investigations: Handling Employee Complaints
September 12-13, 2018


Violence in the Workplace: Handling threats, identifying risks, and recommended policies
June 6, 2018






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