Attorney Marylou Fabbo Appointed to Wilbraham Commission on Disabilities

Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., the leading labor and employment law firm serving employers in the greater Springfield area, today announced Attorney Marylou Fabbo was appointed by the Board of Selectmen to the Wilbraham Commission on Disabilities.

The commission provides information, referral and technical assistance to individuals, businesses and organizations in all matters pertaining to disability. The commission acts as an advocate for disabled persons, their family members and caregivers. The commission also advises and assists Wilbraham businesses and municipal officials in ensuring compliance with disability laws. Attorney Fabbo’s involvement on the commission will include promoting awareness of disability-related issues and assisting in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and state disabilities laws.

Marylou Fabbo, a partner in the Springfield office of Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., joined the firm in 1995. As head of the firm’s litigation team, Fabbo practices in all areas of employment litigation. She provides counsel to management on taking proactive steps to reduce the risk of legal liability that may be imposed as the result of illegal employment practices and defends employers who are faced with lawsuits and administrative charges filed by current and former employers.

“I am honored to be given this opportunity to work with the residents of Wilbraham and address the challenges that face disabled individuals,” said Attorney Fabbo. “My goal is to work with committee members to make sure that the proper accommodations are being made throughout our community.”

Fabbo is a frequent speaker on employment-related topics. She conducts extensive management training, is a published author and an active participant in the community, and has repeatedly been included on the list of Super Lawyers by Boston Magazine. Attorney Fabbo lives in Wilbraham.