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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