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Core Triangle Consulting’s Rae Vann Named to Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity Board of Directors

Hartford, Conn. – Core Triangle Consulting is pleased to announce that Vice President Rae Vann was named to the Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity Board of Directors. The Lawyers Collaborative for Diversity unites the resources, energy, and commitment of Connecticut’s leading law firms, corporations, public sector entities, law schools, and state bar associations to make the state a more attractive place for attorneys of color and other diverse individuals to practice law and find satisfying professional opportunities. The firm has been a member organization since 2014. Member organizations contribute to the continued success of the organization’s programs by committing to the

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Gauging the Impact on Employers of the 2020 Presidential Election: Part Two

Since our September 30, 2020, webinar, “Gauging the Impact on Employers of the 2020 Presidential Election,” former Vice President Joe Biden has secured more than 270 electoral votes, and is on track to become the 46th president of the United States, with Senator Kamala Harris of California serving as the first Black and female vice president in American history. There were several “wild card” issues and potential roadblocks we predicted would or could await President Trump upon reelection or greet a President Biden upon assuming office. In addition to the ongoing impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, just a few weeks

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Follow Clear Process When Disciplining Students Who Violate COVID-19 Protocols

A New York state court recently invalidated a private university’s suspension of three students for violating COVID-19 protocols because the court decided that the university did not provide advance notice to the students that discipline might occur for violations of the protocols. The Off-Campus Gatherings and Disciplinary Sanctions Several members of NYU’s track and field team allegedly attended or hosted one or more “small” gatherings of less than 15 people at private, off-campus apartments during summer break. Three of the students were charged with violating university protocols because they had “attended a large gathering at an off-campus location without proper

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