As a reader of Constangy, Brooks & Smith's firm publications, you might recognize the firm's often-conversational style while delivering valuable information. Constangy has now taken that conversational style and incorporated it into the launch of its new blog, Employment & Labor Insider, and we hope you'll become a subscriber.

Clients may remember the blog's author, Robin Shea of our Winston-Salem office, who also serves as Editor in Chief of firm publications. Robin will provide timely insights into labor and employment law, covering a full range of topics, ranging from harassment and employment handbooks to the ADAAA and affirmative action. Her posts-and also guest posts by other firm attorneys-serve as a useful source of information while providing an interesting and entertaining read.

Constangy has also launched official firm Facebook and Twitter accounts and has linked to them on our website along with a link to the firm's LinkedIn profile. On these sites, you can view firm news and publications, see announcements about upcoming seminars and read articles where our attorneys have been interviewed as expert sources. As you browse our blog and social media sites, you may notice that the firm reiterates that "no legalese is spoken here." Constangy attorneys have been known for providing easy-to-understand, useful information and tools that help make your jobs easier. These new social media outlets are simply an extension of that and provide another way to connect with Constangy attorneys.

We encourage you to follow the firm on these sites, interact with us and let us know what you would like to see. If you have any questions, please contact us at 866-843-9555 or contact your Constangy attorney.

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