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Developments From The 2023 Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Affecting Employers (UPDATED)
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So How Much Time Do Public Agencies Have to Respond to Voluminous FOIA Requests?
Permanent Changes to the FOIA Regarding Remote and Hybrid Meetings
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Public Agency Meetings in the Pandemic Era
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Can There be a “Meeting” Under the FOIA in the Absence of a Quorum? The Appellate Court Just Spoke (but stay tuned).
Pullman attorney authors book on Connecticut’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
The Aftermath: Workplace-Related Developments From The 2018 Regular Session of The Connecticut General Assembly Workplace
Sex, Lies, and The FOIA: Wotjas v. Town of Stonington and The Disclosure of Sexual Harassment Complaints, Regardless of “Guilt.”
Don't Make Promises That You Cannot Keep: Greenwich Silver Shield Association v. Town of Greenwich, the FOIA and Discrimination Investigations
The Police Have The Right To Remain Silent Too: The Supreme Court Rules On The Disclosure Of Police Reports Under The FOIA
Should Employers Sue to Recover Attorney’s Fees After Winning a Lawsuit?
The Best Defense Is A Good Offense: Employers’ Use of The FOIA For Background Checks
Good Cop or Bad Cop: The Public’s Right to Know
The FOIA and the Great Beyond-Personnel File Exceptions Do Not Belong to the Deceased
Book on Freedom of Information Act by Attorney Sommaruga Released

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