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Meredith G. Diette, Shareholder

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E-Mail: mdiette@siegeloconnor.com

 

Meredith Diette represents public and private employers before state and federal courts and administrative agencies, including the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities, the National Labor Relations Board, and the State Board of Labor Relations on a variety of employment-related matters such as claims of discrimination, wrongful discharge, retaliation, sexual harassment, unemployment, and employee discipline.

Practice Areas:

Labor Relations Law and Prevention Practices, Employment Law/Litigation, Wage and Hour Law, Government Regulation Compliance, Class Action Litigation

Admitted to Practice

Connecticut, 2000

U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals, 2006

U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut, 2000

Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court, 2003

Mohegan Gaming Disputes Court, 2007

Education

University of Maryland at College Park, B.A., 1995

Boston College Law School, J.D., 2000


 

Professional Activities

Connecticut Bar Association, former Board of Governors and New London County Bar Association

Human Resources Leadership Association Eastern CT, Board Member

Community Activities

Three Rivers College Foundation, Board Member

Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce

Rotary Club of New London, Member and Vice President

Ledyard Soccer Club, Board Member and Coach

Author and Lecturer

Employee Handbooks: Everything You Need to Know to Keep You Out of Trouble (2005, 2007, 2010)

Hiring Do's and Don't (2004, 2011)

For the Record: Avoiding Document Retention Landmines (Eastern Connecticut Chamber of Commerce 2006)

Clergy versus Bishop? Not In Connecticut State Courts ... But Maybe In Second Circuit Federal Courts, published in the CBA Labor & Employment Law Quarterly, Winter 2007, Vol. 12, No. 3.

“What a Difference a Year Makes: 2008 Employment Law Update” (2008)

“What a Difference a Year Makes: 2010 Employment Law Update”

“Sexual Harassment Education and Training: A Supervisor’s Guide to Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment”