October Dinner Meeting ~
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Election of Officers and Directors
Salisbury Town Manager Neil Harrington
Wall's Ford, 2 Merrill Street, Salisbury
6:00 PM Check-In $25.00 per person
Join us for our Annual Dinner meeting where Officer's & Directors are voted by the Membership.
Town Manager Harrington will be our Guest Speaker where he will address the Membership with the issues and plans for Salisbury for the next year.
Food Provided by Bucciarelli's Butcher Shop
TOPIC: Overtime Rules and Pay Equity Law
Thursday, November 3, 2016
8:30 a.m. @ Wall's Ford Conference Room
RSVP required (space is limited)
Please join us for a presentation on the new Overtime Rules and Pay Equity Law. These new legal requirements apply to virtually all Massachusetts employers, whether for-profit or not-for-profit, large or small, and expose violators to significant liability, even for good-faith mistakes.
Attorney Todd Newman, of the Law Office of Todd A. Newman, P.C., will break it all down for you, providing practical advice on how to attain compliance and protect your business against legal claims.
The presentation will take place on November 3 at 8 a.m. in the conference room at Wall’s Ford, 2 Merrill Street, Salisbury. Space is limited, so reserve your seat now.
Meet The Member
Each month, this web site will feature Members of the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce telling their story and the products and services they provide.Meet The Law Office of Todd A. Newman, P.C.
The Law Office of Todd A. Newman, P.C., provides businesses with creative, practical, and effective problem solving and strong advocacy. Our many legal services include labor law, employment law, human resources, contracts, commercial conflicts, partnership disputes, business entity formation, and litigation.
In the labor law arena, we assist businesses with union avoidance, responding to union organizing campaigns, negotiating collective bargaining agreements, grievance administration, and other aspects of labor-management relations. Our principal, Todd A. Newman, has successfully represented clients in labor matters before the National Labor Relations Board, the National Mediation Board, the Surface Transportation Board, and the National Railroad Adjustment Board, as well as in numerous labor arbitrations. Todd's labor law experience covers healthcare, transportation, construction, manufacturing, and other industries.
With regard to employment law, Todd counsels, trains and assists businesses with such issues as partnership, fiduciary duty, trade secrets, enforcement of noncompetition agreements, classification of workers as employees or independent contractors, payment of wages, employment discrimination, and administration of leaves. Todd also helps with employment policies and practices, employee handbooks, and other aspects of human resources.
As a litigator, Todd has championed his clients' interests in numerous state and federal courts throughout the country, before federal and state agencies, and in arbitrations through the American Arbitration Association and the National Association of Securities Dealers (now FINRA). Todd's litigation experience covers a wide range of labor, employment, and commercial matters and includes defending class-action lawsuits.
Earlier in his career, Todd provided public-relations, marketing-communications, and crisis-communications services to independent schools and colleges throughout the country.
Todd has a juris doctor (J.D.) degree from Cornell Law School and graduated from Boston University with magna cum laude honors. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts and many other jurisdictions.
Please visit www.toddnewmanlaw.com for more detail and contact information.
Salisbury Chamber of Commerce
Salisbury, established in 1638, is one of the oldest towns in Massachusetts. There are many historical homes and sites throughout the town and was instrumental in the early overland trade routes to the north. Salisbury is an ideal vacation spot that has been a vacation destination for decades. It boasts a scenic five mile long sandy ocean beach that features modern facilities, swimming and lifeguards. It is an easy vacation commute to Boston (40 minutes), New Hampshire (10 minutes) and Maine (30 minutes). The town offers restaurants, small shops, motel or ocean front cottage rentals, weekly fireworks, concerts and many other summer activities. Salisbury is also bordered by the Merrimack River that flows into the Atlantic Ocean where one can take fishing and whale watching cruises or just take a jog, casual stroll or bike ride among the unspoiled marshes on the paved Coastal Trails Network. Lodging options include five campgrounds that collectively have over 1,000 campsites and feature wooded or sites that are directly on the beach.
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