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Attorney Beth Deragon advises businesses on a wide variety of employment law matters, including:
Attorney Deragon also represents businesses in employment litigation, appearing before NH Commission for Human Rights, NH Department of Labor, NH Employment Security, and NH State and Federal Courts. She also represents medical professionals before the NH Board of Medicine and NH Board of Mental Health Practice.
An active member of the NH Bar Association, Attorney Deragon is a member of the Gender Equality Committee and the Labor and Employment Law section. She is also a member of the Daniel Webster-Batchelder American Inns of Court, SHRM – Society for Human Resource Management, Human Resources Association - Greater Concord, and DRI – The Voice of the Defense Bar. She is a co-author of the NH chapter of the ABA's Employment at Will: A State-by-state Survey (BNA Books 2011), and writes the NH Employment Law Blog for Business.
Attorney Deragon received her JD from UNH School of Law. She received her master of arts degree with honors from the University of Birmingham, UK and her bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire, both in Russian language and literature.
Recent articles by Beth A. Deragon:
Determining Independent Contractor Status in NH
Ten-Year Gender Survey: An Overview of The Last Twenty Years
Recent speaking engagements:
"Preparing to Implement ObamaCare"
USLAW Employment Edunet Webinar
April 30, 2013
Timeshare Board Members Association, San Diego, CA
October 28-30, 2012
"Workplace Violence: Liability Issues and Policies for Mitigation"
USLAW Network Conference, Washington, DC
October 6, 2012
"Social Media as a Hiring and Termination Tool"
NH Bankers Association Insurance Trust Meeting, Concord, NH
October 16, 2012
"Dodd-Frank Mandate: Diversity in the Financial Industry Workplace"
New Hampshire Bankers Association Workshop
June 27, 2012
ADA Public Accommodation Compliance
American Resort Development Association (ARDA) Northeast Regional Meeting
June 5, 2012
Workplace Violence Presentation
NH Public Risk Management Exchange Seminar
USLAW Presentation: Employee Absenteeism
Presentation to NH Chiefs of Police: Title VII Compliance
1st Annual Public Safety Trade Show
NH Employment Law
Blog for Business
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