Bob Alfton attended the International Municipal Lawyers Association's steering committee meeting in Washington, DC regarding upcoming IMLA and World Jurist Association conferences.
Justin Cummins authored an article on developments in harassment law as well as related legal strategies and litigation tactics, which was published by the law journal of the Minnesota Association for Justice.
On January 27, 2013, during the world premiere of Nellie at the History Theatre, Brendan Cummins joined Professor Peter Rachleff onstage for a post-show discussion about labor and civil rights.
Justin Cummins has accepted the invitation to present on Federal court developments under employment and civil rights law at the annual Employment Law Institute, which will be held on May 20-21, 2013.
Justin Cummins has accepted the invitation to present at a conference, held by the Minnesota State Bar Association on March 5, 2013, about substantive, strategic, and procedural issues when representing immigrants.
Justin Cummins has accepted the invitation to present at a conference, held by the Minnesota State Bar Association on February 8, 2013, about employment and labor issues arising on public and private construction projects.
Brendan Cummins has accepted the invitation to present regarding social media and electronic surveillance in the workplace at the annual Public Sector Labor & Employment Law Institute, which will be held on February 8, 2013.
Finance & Commerce featured Bob Alfton and Brendan Cummins in an article, published January 15, 2013, on the impact of developments in labor & employment law on private businesses operating in the public sector.
Cummins & Cummins has accepted the invitation to sponsor the History Theatre’s production, Nellie, which evocatively captures the inspirational life of one of the nation’s leading labor and civil rights pioneers – Nellie Stone Johnson.
Justin Cummins co-presented with the EEOC’s General Counsel regarding legal strategy and litigation tactics in harassment cases in light of recent court decisions at a conference on November 30, 2012 attended by several hundred labor & employment attorneys.