New Hampshire Disability Discrimination Law Change – 1st in the Nation

New Hampshire Disability Discrimination Law – 1st in the Nation

On May 7, 2015, New Hampshire became the first state in the nation to pass legislation prohibiting employers from paying sub minimum wage to individuals with disabilities.  The passage of this legislation changed law that had been in place for decades and allowed this practice.

If you are an employer and have questions about the payment of wages or hiring of individuals with disabilities, please contact us for a free workplace law consultation.  As always, if we can help, we will.  If we cannot, we will do our best to direct you to someone who can.



Source: Concord Monitor, May 8, 2015


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John P. Sherman, Esq. opened his own firm in 2005 after rising through the ranks to become a partner at one of New Hampshire’s largest law firms. Today he applies his deep expertise in personal injury, employment law, construction law, and real estate law to provide strategic counsel to both businesses and individuals in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. John holds a J.D. cum laude from American University, Washington College of Law and has a track record of successfully litigating cases in state and federal courts. Learn More »

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