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May 22, 2017

Rebecca Webber to Present at Municipal HR & Management Conference


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AUBURN, Maine – Skelton Taintor & Abbott shareholder Rebecca S. Webber will be a presenter at the 3rd Annual Municipal HR & Management Conference presented by the Maine Municipal Association in cooperation with the Maine Local Government Human Resources Association. The day-long conference will be held at Thomas College in Waterville on June 15. Attendees are able to earn points toward Maine Town, City and County Management Association (MTCMA) certification. 

In Webber’s hour-long session, Building a Discrimination Free Work Environment, she will address issues of age, religion and gender as well as other forms of discrimination that are concerns for municipal employers. Webber will discuss how employers can build a “discrimination free” environment, with a particular focus on the challenges involving older workers.

Webber, who has earned the preeminent AV-rating from Martindale-Hubbell®, is a sought-after presenter at seminars and conferences on subjects related to employment law.

Webber’s practice areas include employment litigation, civil rights litigation, employment law, counseling and compliance and employment law training. She represents individuals as well as business and municipal clients in the full range of employment law matters they encounter, such as: retaliation, whistleblower claims, discrimination and civil rights, sexual harassment, Maine Human Rights Act, Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), age discrimination in Employment (ADEA), USERRA,
policies, employee handbooks, severance agreements and employment contracts.

Skelton Taintor & Abbott is one of Maine’s leading law firms serving individuals and businesses in litigation and general representation throughout northern New England for more than 150 years. The firm has been named in U.S. News-Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in America. For more information, visit or call 784-3200.