Labor Day, celebrated on the first Monday in September, pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of the American worker. Made a federal holiday in 1894, and September holiday in 1897, Labor Day honors the American labor movement, which sprang up to support oppressed laborers in often violent confrontations, and recognizes the contributions of trade and labor organizations to improve working conditions, protect children, promote safety and negotiate reasonable hours and wages for workers.
Today, an End of Summer Party
Labor Day, today, marks for many the end of Summer, the beginning of the school year, the start of the football season and shopping for sales. Perhaps its the last outdoor barbecue, last day on the boat or gathering with friends.
We encourage our clients and friends who consume alcohol to celebrate safely and drink responsibly. In the event that someone does get into trouble and the police are involved, we are here to protect your rights.