If you weren’t aware of Maine trying to end at-will employment, or that House Bill 3702 was signed into Massachusetts law last week or you don’t know what its passage may mean for your Dunkin’, then you would be well-advised to register now for the June 23 Northeast Regional Meeting at the Framingham Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center. The program, “Protect Yourself and Your Dunkin’ in the New Normal” will explain in detail the new Emergency Paid Sick Leave requirements in Massachusetts as well as other requirements from around New England and the Northeast. The program will feature Attorneys J. Hagood Tighe, a partner with the national firm Fisher Phillips and co-chair of the firm’s Wage and Hour Group, and Attorney Jeffrey Fritz from the firm’s Boston office, who will present on these and other critical employment and labor law changes. In addition, Attorney David Paris, partner with Paris Ackerman LLP will join us to speak to the many important issues involved when buying or selling a Dunkin’ network – and especially during a pandemic! We’ll again be following all CDC protocols and are working with the hotel to ensure the safety of all of our speakers and attendees. If you were unaware of these or many other changes to employment and labor law, then you owe it to yourself – and your business – to register and attend! What do you think Connecticut or Rhode Island are up to???