Local Law Firm Honored for Overall Excellence

Susan G. Fentin and Amelia J. Holstrom Accept Award on Behalf of Skoler, Abbott & Presser

SPRINGFIELD, WORCESTER, Mass., WATERBURY, Conn. – Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., the leading labor and employment law firm serving employers in the greater Springfield area, today announced the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, which is written and edited by the firm, received the 2016 Overall Excellence Award from the publishers of the Law Letter, Business & Legal Resources® (BLR). This prestigious award was presented at the Employers Counsel Network National Conference in Chicago.

This annual award was presented by BLR Chief Executive Officer Dan Oswald and BLR Senior News Editor Alan King, where Attorneys Susan G. Fentin and Amelia J. Holstrom accepted the award on behalf of the firm.

“The team of employment law attorneys at Skoler Abbott does a terrific job of staying on top of state, local, and federal workplace developments and producing a top-quality newsletter every month. Through the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter, they let Massachusetts employers know when and how to institute best practices and stay in compliance with the ever-changing legal landscape,” said Tony Kessler, managing editor, news, & employers counsel network for BLR. On top of that, we’ve frequently called on Skoler Abbott attorneys to speak at our webinars and live events. It is truly enjoyable to work with them on the newsletter and our other employment law projects and events.”

“As a firm we work hard to ensure that our clients and subscribers are kept up to date on the latest developments in labor and employment law. Both Amelia and myself were pleased and proud to accept this award on behalf of the firm,” said Fentin, who is the Editor of the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter. “We look forward to a continued partnership with BLR, as they bring continuing legal and business education to the pioneer valley.”

Skoler Abbott has been writing and editing the Massachusetts Employment Law Letter since its inception ___years ago.  The Massachusetts Employment Law Letter is one of 51 Law Letters published by BLR, including all 50 states in the United States as well as a Canada.  In addition to publishing the Employment Law Letters, BLR also produces a wide variety of materials, including training programs, webinars, reports and subscription services that are geared to assist employers in their efforts to comply with the myriad of state and federal laws governing the employment relationship.