The Resource 20th annual Employment Law Institute

20th annual Employment Law Institute

Label
20th annual Employment Law Institute
Title
20th annual Employment Law Institute
Title variation
  • Twentieth annual Employment Law Institute
  • Annual Employment Law Institute, 20th
  • Employment Law Institute, 20th
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2014
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Employment Law Institute
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2014-7785
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  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor laws and legislation
Label
20th annual Employment Law Institute
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • John A. DiNome, Michael R. Kopac III
  • Ask the arbitrators: The arbitration of statutory claims
  • Ask the arbitrators: The arbitration of statutory claims
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • An arbitrator's practical guide to arbitrating statutory employment law claims
  • Richard C. McNeill Jr.
  • Building and growing an employment law practice
  • Sidney L. Gold, David M. Koller
  • Pennsylvania non-discrimination law affecting Pennsylvania employers
  • Michael Hardiman, Kathy W. Morrison
  • Tech savvy? You better be under the newly amended Pennsylvania rules of professional conduct!!
  • Title VII Milestones: 1964-2014
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Judge, jury, or arbitrator: Keeping your audience engaged and on your side
  • Patricia Tsipras
  • What can be done when a key employee leaves and does not have a non-compete agreement? /
  • Joseph A. Dougherty, Elizabeth Luening Long
  • eDiscovery in the single plaintiff case: Saving costs & still getting results
  • Better late than never - background checks as discovery tools
  • Debbie Rodman Sandler
  • The FLSA says it is exempt, but is it?
  • Nancy Abrams
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • The trial of a retaliation case
  • David R. Strawbridge, Stephen G. Console, Kristine Grady Derewicz, Edward T. Ellis, Laura C. Mattiacci, Rahul Munshi
  • Managing employees' bad habits and crafting effective wellness programs
  • Sarah R. Lavelle, Daniel J. McGravey, Robert H. Taylor
  • To screen or not to screen: What employers should (and shouldn't) find out about prospective employees
  • Susan R. Fiorentino, Ronald H. Surkin
  • Limiting litigation risks and costs ( and promoting positive employee relations) through mandatory arbitration programs, class action waivers and mediation
  • Jonathan D. Wetchler, Elana Baurer, Natalie Hrubos
  • Independent contractor misclassification: New developments and steps to limit exposure
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Michael J. Puma
  • Show me the money: Wage & hour 101
  • Stephanie K. Rawitt, Richard S. Suartz
  • The next big fight in employment discrimination law: Sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination
  • The nest big fight in civil rights - Sexual orientation and gender identity employment discrimination
  • Samuel J. Cordes
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees
  • Katie R. Eyer
  • ADA and regulatory "Hot buttons"
  • Denise M. Keyser
  • U.S. Supreme Court Cases
  • Economic experts: What they can add to your employment case, How to work with them and when you don't need them
  • Isaac A. Hof, Ellen Rosen Rogoff
  • Drafting social media policies
  • Daniel P. O'Meara, Carolyn A. Pellegrini
  • The anatomy of a termination: Legal and practical tips for employers and employees
  • Patricia Tsipras
  • ADA basics: What you need to know to advise your clients
  • David J. Freedman
  • Is the workplace the right place to discuss race?
  • Marie Sarkees Barbich, James A.A. Pararue, Deborah Weinstein
  • Harold I. Goodman, Celia M. Joseph, Sidney R. Steinberg, Peter D. Winebrake
  • From ambush to full disclosure - How do ethical guideposts direct our way in dealing with written discovery
  • Vincent Candiello
  • Top ten ways to avoid wage and hour litigation
  • Catherine E. Walters
  • Winning retaliation lawsuits
  • Janeen Olsen Dougherty, Samuel M. First
  • Deposing the HR manager: Best practices
  • Lawrence S. Markowitz, Anne E. Zerbe
  • Drafting the employee handbook
  • Linda M. Martin, Scott M. Pollins, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • A review of the leading 2013 employment law decisions within the Third Circuit
  • Gross and Nassar: Supreme Court rejects "Motivating Factor" Standard and applies "Lessoned" "But-for" causation standard to age and retaliation claims
  • Samuel J. Cordes, W. Scott Hardy, Bindu R. Gross
  • 10 (or more) Practical ways for employers to avoid risk in handling FMLA intermittent leave
  • Kymberly D.H. Hernandez, Alex J. Nassar, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • Behind the curtain: What plaintiff and defense counsel want to know about how businesses strategize, prepare for and conduct mediation
  • Carole S. Katz, Louis B. Kusher, Joseph Mack III, Natalie S. Abbott, Abigail L. Flitter
  • The ins and outs of New Jersey's new social media law
  • Carmon M. Harvey
  • Employment law lessons from the sports and entertainment world
  • Kevin M. Gold
  • Eleanor R. Farrell, Michael J. Ossip
  • Fire-at-will: Employee termination in Pennsylvania
  • Michael J. Torchia
  • Drafting independent contractor contracts
  • Michael C. Anderson
  • From a plaintiff's perspective: Selecting viable employment discrimination and wage-and-hour class and collective actions
  • Jeremy Heisler, Andrew Melzer
  • Alternative ADA cases - Americans with Disabilities Act: Protections for the non-disabled plaintiff and practical advice for employers
  • Samantha Kats, Caitlin E. Oberst, Neelima Vanguri
  • Counseling the small employer
  • S. Whitney Rahman
  • Other federal court cases outside the Third Circuit
  • Plain old vanilla with a twist and a kick: The new immigration "Employer Sanctions"
  • Wendy Castor Hess, Y. Jessica Choi, Kristen L. Repyneck
  • Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) update: Final vets and disability regulations
  • Alissa A. Horvitz
  • Title VII essentials
  • Caroline M. Austin, Jennifer C. Bell
  • Marriage equality and employee benefits - Where are we now?
  • Susan Katz Hoffman
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph, Carrie B. Rosen
  • Harold I. Goodman, Celia M. Joseph, Sidney R. Steinberg, Peter D. Winebrake
  • What are you leaving on the table? Maximizing mediation and negotiation outcomes
  • Gianna M. Karapelou, Julie A. Uebler
  • Performance evaluations in employment litigation: Uses and hazards
  • Andrea C. Farney, Elizabeth A. Malloy
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act: Understanding the basics
  • Kyong Ha Growney
  • Investigating employee complaints in the digital world without creating additional liability, waiving privileges, or creating conflicts of interest
  • Adam E. Gersh
  • Implementing the ADA's interactive process & current trends in reasonable accommodation
  • Jeffrey Campolonga, Tiffani L. McDonough
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it & defending it
  • The Affordable Care Act: Where are we now
  • Amanda E. Layton, Kari Knight Stevens
  • Handling cases on a shoestring budget
  • Scott B. Goldshaw, Lawrence S. Markowitz
  • Employment options for foreign nationals in the U.S.
  • Elise A. Fialkowski
  • Pregnancy discrimination: Determining the legal boundaries
  • Margaret A. McCausland, Patricia A. McCausland
  • Advanced sexual harassment issues: What make or break your case
  • Michael J. Crocenzi, Solomon Z. Krevsky
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
3 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)880448857
Label
20th annual Employment Law Institute
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • John A. DiNome, Michael R. Kopac III
  • Ask the arbitrators: The arbitration of statutory claims
  • Ask the arbitrators: The arbitration of statutory claims
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • An arbitrator's practical guide to arbitrating statutory employment law claims
  • Richard C. McNeill Jr.
  • Building and growing an employment law practice
  • Sidney L. Gold, David M. Koller
  • Pennsylvania non-discrimination law affecting Pennsylvania employers
  • Michael Hardiman, Kathy W. Morrison
  • Tech savvy? You better be under the newly amended Pennsylvania rules of professional conduct!!
  • Title VII Milestones: 1964-2014
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Judge, jury, or arbitrator: Keeping your audience engaged and on your side
  • Patricia Tsipras
  • What can be done when a key employee leaves and does not have a non-compete agreement? /
  • Joseph A. Dougherty, Elizabeth Luening Long
  • eDiscovery in the single plaintiff case: Saving costs & still getting results
  • Better late than never - background checks as discovery tools
  • Debbie Rodman Sandler
  • The FLSA says it is exempt, but is it?
  • Nancy Abrams
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • The trial of a retaliation case
  • David R. Strawbridge, Stephen G. Console, Kristine Grady Derewicz, Edward T. Ellis, Laura C. Mattiacci, Rahul Munshi
  • Managing employees' bad habits and crafting effective wellness programs
  • Sarah R. Lavelle, Daniel J. McGravey, Robert H. Taylor
  • To screen or not to screen: What employers should (and shouldn't) find out about prospective employees
  • Susan R. Fiorentino, Ronald H. Surkin
  • Limiting litigation risks and costs ( and promoting positive employee relations) through mandatory arbitration programs, class action waivers and mediation
  • Jonathan D. Wetchler, Elana Baurer, Natalie Hrubos
  • Independent contractor misclassification: New developments and steps to limit exposure
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Michael J. Puma
  • Show me the money: Wage & hour 101
  • Stephanie K. Rawitt, Richard S. Suartz
  • The next big fight in employment discrimination law: Sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination
  • The nest big fight in civil rights - Sexual orientation and gender identity employment discrimination
  • Samuel J. Cordes
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees
  • Katie R. Eyer
  • ADA and regulatory "Hot buttons"
  • Denise M. Keyser
  • U.S. Supreme Court Cases
  • Economic experts: What they can add to your employment case, How to work with them and when you don't need them
  • Isaac A. Hof, Ellen Rosen Rogoff
  • Drafting social media policies
  • Daniel P. O'Meara, Carolyn A. Pellegrini
  • The anatomy of a termination: Legal and practical tips for employers and employees
  • Patricia Tsipras
  • ADA basics: What you need to know to advise your clients
  • David J. Freedman
  • Is the workplace the right place to discuss race?
  • Marie Sarkees Barbich, James A.A. Pararue, Deborah Weinstein
  • Harold I. Goodman, Celia M. Joseph, Sidney R. Steinberg, Peter D. Winebrake
  • From ambush to full disclosure - How do ethical guideposts direct our way in dealing with written discovery
  • Vincent Candiello
  • Top ten ways to avoid wage and hour litigation
  • Catherine E. Walters
  • Winning retaliation lawsuits
  • Janeen Olsen Dougherty, Samuel M. First
  • Deposing the HR manager: Best practices
  • Lawrence S. Markowitz, Anne E. Zerbe
  • Drafting the employee handbook
  • Linda M. Martin, Scott M. Pollins, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • A review of the leading 2013 employment law decisions within the Third Circuit
  • Gross and Nassar: Supreme Court rejects "Motivating Factor" Standard and applies "Lessoned" "But-for" causation standard to age and retaliation claims
  • Samuel J. Cordes, W. Scott Hardy, Bindu R. Gross
  • 10 (or more) Practical ways for employers to avoid risk in handling FMLA intermittent leave
  • Kymberly D.H. Hernandez, Alex J. Nassar, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • Behind the curtain: What plaintiff and defense counsel want to know about how businesses strategize, prepare for and conduct mediation
  • Carole S. Katz, Louis B. Kusher, Joseph Mack III, Natalie S. Abbott, Abigail L. Flitter
  • The ins and outs of New Jersey's new social media law
  • Carmon M. Harvey
  • Employment law lessons from the sports and entertainment world
  • Kevin M. Gold
  • Eleanor R. Farrell, Michael J. Ossip
  • Fire-at-will: Employee termination in Pennsylvania
  • Michael J. Torchia
  • Drafting independent contractor contracts
  • Michael C. Anderson
  • From a plaintiff's perspective: Selecting viable employment discrimination and wage-and-hour class and collective actions
  • Jeremy Heisler, Andrew Melzer
  • Alternative ADA cases - Americans with Disabilities Act: Protections for the non-disabled plaintiff and practical advice for employers
  • Samantha Kats, Caitlin E. Oberst, Neelima Vanguri
  • Counseling the small employer
  • S. Whitney Rahman
  • Other federal court cases outside the Third Circuit
  • Plain old vanilla with a twist and a kick: The new immigration "Employer Sanctions"
  • Wendy Castor Hess, Y. Jessica Choi, Kristen L. Repyneck
  • Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) update: Final vets and disability regulations
  • Alissa A. Horvitz
  • Title VII essentials
  • Caroline M. Austin, Jennifer C. Bell
  • Marriage equality and employee benefits - Where are we now?
  • Susan Katz Hoffman
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph, Carrie B. Rosen
  • Harold I. Goodman, Celia M. Joseph, Sidney R. Steinberg, Peter D. Winebrake
  • What are you leaving on the table? Maximizing mediation and negotiation outcomes
  • Gianna M. Karapelou, Julie A. Uebler
  • Performance evaluations in employment litigation: Uses and hazards
  • Andrea C. Farney, Elizabeth A. Malloy
  • The Family and Medical Leave Act: Understanding the basics
  • Kyong Ha Growney
  • Investigating employee complaints in the digital world without creating additional liability, waiving privileges, or creating conflicts of interest
  • Adam E. Gersh
  • Implementing the ADA's interactive process & current trends in reasonable accommodation
  • Jeffrey Campolonga, Tiffani L. McDonough
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it & defending it
  • The Affordable Care Act: Where are we now
  • Amanda E. Layton, Kari Knight Stevens
  • Handling cases on a shoestring budget
  • Scott B. Goldshaw, Lawrence S. Markowitz
  • Employment options for foreign nationals in the U.S.
  • Elise A. Fialkowski
  • Pregnancy discrimination: Determining the legal boundaries
  • Margaret A. McCausland, Patricia A. McCausland
  • Advanced sexual harassment issues: What make or break your case
  • Michael J. Crocenzi, Solomon Z. Krevsky
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
3 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)880448857

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