Date(s) - February 28, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Dakota's Steakhouse & Tavern
Schools and health-care facilities are just two of the many government-regulated workplaces that pose particular challenges for employers when investigating employee misconduct, such as when there is an allegation of abuse or neglect. Often, there are multiple stakeholders involved in the investigatory process and competing interests from state and federal regulatory agencies, law enforcement, family members, union delegates, the employee(s) and the employer. How should these competing interests be addressed while ensuring that the employee receives “due process”? Please join us for this informative event!
The panelists for this program are:
- Eric Chester is a partner in Ferguson, Doyle & Chester and represents college faculty, public teachers, nurses, healthcare workers, firefighters and countless other working people and their unions in a myriad of capacities.
- Ken Mysogland is the Bureau Chief for external affairs for the Connecticut Department of Children & Families.
- Natalia Sierra Millan is a member of Shipman & Goodwin’s School Law Practice Group. Natalia is active in all areas of school law, including freedom of information hearings, policy development, student disciplinary matters, employee disciplinary matters, and all other legal proceedings involving boards of education.
You must RSVP by February 24, 2020 at 5pm in order to ensure your spot.
Attendees will be eligible to receive 1.0 hour of general CLE credit.
Bookings are closed for this event.