The Resource 22nd Annual Employment Law Institute

22nd Annual Employment Law Institute

Label
22nd Annual Employment Law Institute
Title
22nd Annual Employment Law Institute
Title variation
  • Twenty-second Annual Employment Law Institute
  • Annual Employment Law Institute, 22nd
  • Employment Law Institute, 22nd
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2016
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Employment Law Institute
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2016-9089
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  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor laws and legislation
Label
22nd Annual Employment Law Institute
Instantiates
Publication
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
  • Joel S. Barres, Sara A. Begley
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner, Jonathan Krause
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it & defending it
  • John A. DiNome, Michael R. Kopac III
  • Drafting an independent contractor agreement that avoids misclassification pitfalls
  • Helen I. Poch Ciechanowski, Michelle A. Liebesman
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph, Carrie B. Rosen
  • Manual of steel: Updating your employee handbook
  • Michael J. Torchia
  • Making "cents" of wage and hour laws
  • Andrew S. Abramson, Stephanie K. Rawitt
  • Properly applying the federal rules of evidence
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Ari R. Karpf
  • Maximizing linkedin for professional success (without crossing ethical boundaries)
  • Claudia M. Williams
  • EEOC's perspective
  • Debra M. Lawrence
  • Effective strategies for dealing with restrictive covenant disputes
  • Samuel M. First, Alex Nassar, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • Getting it right - From the start: How to hire employees in today's economy while avoiding lawsuits
  • Tanya A. Salgado
  • What is compensable time in the modern age?
  • Significant developments in employment litigation
  • Michael J. Puma, R. Andrew Santillo
  • Trial strategies from the magistrate Judges
  • Ethics survivor: Ethics for the labor lawyer
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • Managing injured and ill employees
  • Jennifer L. Craighead, Joshua L. Schwartz
  • Out sic: FMLA 101/
  • Kelly T. Kindig, Neelima Vanguri
  • What an employment law attorney needs to know about criminal law but may be afraid to ask
  • Linda Dale Hoffa
  • Edward T. Ellis
  • The Dodd-Frank Act: Key developments under the anti-retaliation and SEC award provisions
  • Michael a. Filoromo III, Eric A. Savage
  • Current trends in ADA workplace accommodations
  • Jeffrey Campolongo, Tiffani L. McDonough, Irina Volk Rabovetsky
  • What lawyers really need to know about practicing before the EEOC
  • Stephanie B. Marino, Eric B. Meyer, Frances Watson
  • The art of the deal - negotiating the executive employment agreement
  • Robin F. Bond, Amy Pocino Kelly, Mims Maynard Zabriskie
  • Letting go of the rope: Arbitration agreements as a plaintiff's weapon in employment cases
  • Paul J. Lukas
  • Trends in employment discrimination law
  • FMLA parcheesi
  • Nancy B. Abrams, Vincent Candiello
  • U.S. immigration workplace compliance and enforcement: What every employment lawyer needs to know
  • Elisa A. Fialkowski, Wendy C. Hess
  • Discipline and discharge in today's world: It's risky business
  • Anne E. Zerbe
  • Expert witnesses
  • Alan B. Epstein
  • Criminal background checks
  • Scott M. Pollins, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • LGBT employment discrimination law: Where we stand
  • Julie Chovanes, Lori E. Armstrong Halber
  • The interactive process under the ADA, reasonable accommodation and undue hardship
  • Wendi D. Barish, James A. Bell IV, Mary M. Tiernan
  • The Affordable Care Act: Understanding what it means for the employer/employee relationship
  • Catherine E. Livingston
  • Managing the employee who is also a plaintiff - Retaliation update
  • Joseph J. Centeno
  • Behaving badly? Drugs, alcohol, marijuana, cigarettes, cursing, social media, attire, tattoos, piercings, body odor and more
  • The Family and Medical Care Leave Act: Suspicion of and mis-use of FMLA
  • Title VII basics: What every new employment lawyer should know
  • Christine E. Burke, Paul C. Lantis
  • From assessment to recoupment: Introduction to Pennsylvania unemployment compensation process and procedure
  • Nancy C. DeMis
  • The 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Today's battles and tomorrow's frontiers
  • John J. Bogan Jr., Anthony B. Haller
  • 5 areas where the NLRB in impacting your client's workplace
  • Harry I. Johnson III
  • "It's a wonderful covenant" - How to draft enforceable restrictive covenants
  • Elizabeth L. Long, Craig D. Mills
  • Cybersecurity as sword and shield in employment cases
  • Lucretia C. Clemons
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner, Kai Pfiester
  • Age discrimination: Understanding the basics, complying with the law and knowing what to do when you've been sued
  • Matthew J. Hank, Rahul Munshi
  • BYOD: Bring your own device or bring your own disaster?
  • Brent A. Cossrow
  • Social media: Avoiding the ethical pitfalls
  • Daniel J. Siegel
  • Navigating the employee benefit plan audit
  • Nicole Byerley, Kathryn E. Larkin, Amanda E. Layton
  • Is pregnancy the new disability?
  • Successful mediation: How to get the job done
  • Jill S. Welch
  • The changing world of employment law in federal contractor workplaces
  • Alissa A. Horvitz
  • Practice before the Pennsylvania human relations commission (PHRC)
  • Kathleen W. Morrison
  • The best ways to get sued over employee leaves and accommodations
  • Todd A. Ewan
  • Cloud computing
  • Daniel J. Siegel
  • Legal strategies and forensic analysis in non-competes and trade secrets: The view from both sides
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)950526787
Label
22nd Annual Employment Law Institute
Publication
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
  • Joel S. Barres, Sara A. Begley
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner, Jonathan Krause
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it & defending it
  • John A. DiNome, Michael R. Kopac III
  • Drafting an independent contractor agreement that avoids misclassification pitfalls
  • Helen I. Poch Ciechanowski, Michelle A. Liebesman
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph, Carrie B. Rosen
  • Manual of steel: Updating your employee handbook
  • Michael J. Torchia
  • Making "cents" of wage and hour laws
  • Andrew S. Abramson, Stephanie K. Rawitt
  • Properly applying the federal rules of evidence
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Ari R. Karpf
  • Maximizing linkedin for professional success (without crossing ethical boundaries)
  • Claudia M. Williams
  • EEOC's perspective
  • Debra M. Lawrence
  • Effective strategies for dealing with restrictive covenant disputes
  • Samuel M. First, Alex Nassar, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • Getting it right - From the start: How to hire employees in today's economy while avoiding lawsuits
  • Tanya A. Salgado
  • What is compensable time in the modern age?
  • Significant developments in employment litigation
  • Michael J. Puma, R. Andrew Santillo
  • Trial strategies from the magistrate Judges
  • Ethics survivor: Ethics for the labor lawyer
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • Managing injured and ill employees
  • Jennifer L. Craighead, Joshua L. Schwartz
  • Out sic: FMLA 101/
  • Kelly T. Kindig, Neelima Vanguri
  • What an employment law attorney needs to know about criminal law but may be afraid to ask
  • Linda Dale Hoffa
  • Edward T. Ellis
  • The Dodd-Frank Act: Key developments under the anti-retaliation and SEC award provisions
  • Michael a. Filoromo III, Eric A. Savage
  • Current trends in ADA workplace accommodations
  • Jeffrey Campolongo, Tiffani L. McDonough, Irina Volk Rabovetsky
  • What lawyers really need to know about practicing before the EEOC
  • Stephanie B. Marino, Eric B. Meyer, Frances Watson
  • The art of the deal - negotiating the executive employment agreement
  • Robin F. Bond, Amy Pocino Kelly, Mims Maynard Zabriskie
  • Letting go of the rope: Arbitration agreements as a plaintiff's weapon in employment cases
  • Paul J. Lukas
  • Trends in employment discrimination law
  • FMLA parcheesi
  • Nancy B. Abrams, Vincent Candiello
  • U.S. immigration workplace compliance and enforcement: What every employment lawyer needs to know
  • Elisa A. Fialkowski, Wendy C. Hess
  • Discipline and discharge in today's world: It's risky business
  • Anne E. Zerbe
  • Expert witnesses
  • Alan B. Epstein
  • Criminal background checks
  • Scott M. Pollins, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • LGBT employment discrimination law: Where we stand
  • Julie Chovanes, Lori E. Armstrong Halber
  • The interactive process under the ADA, reasonable accommodation and undue hardship
  • Wendi D. Barish, James A. Bell IV, Mary M. Tiernan
  • The Affordable Care Act: Understanding what it means for the employer/employee relationship
  • Catherine E. Livingston
  • Managing the employee who is also a plaintiff - Retaliation update
  • Joseph J. Centeno
  • Behaving badly? Drugs, alcohol, marijuana, cigarettes, cursing, social media, attire, tattoos, piercings, body odor and more
  • The Family and Medical Care Leave Act: Suspicion of and mis-use of FMLA
  • Title VII basics: What every new employment lawyer should know
  • Christine E. Burke, Paul C. Lantis
  • From assessment to recoupment: Introduction to Pennsylvania unemployment compensation process and procedure
  • Nancy C. DeMis
  • The 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act: Today's battles and tomorrow's frontiers
  • John J. Bogan Jr., Anthony B. Haller
  • 5 areas where the NLRB in impacting your client's workplace
  • Harry I. Johnson III
  • "It's a wonderful covenant" - How to draft enforceable restrictive covenants
  • Elizabeth L. Long, Craig D. Mills
  • Cybersecurity as sword and shield in employment cases
  • Lucretia C. Clemons
  • Jeffrey S. Brenner, Kai Pfiester
  • Age discrimination: Understanding the basics, complying with the law and knowing what to do when you've been sued
  • Matthew J. Hank, Rahul Munshi
  • BYOD: Bring your own device or bring your own disaster?
  • Brent A. Cossrow
  • Social media: Avoiding the ethical pitfalls
  • Daniel J. Siegel
  • Navigating the employee benefit plan audit
  • Nicole Byerley, Kathryn E. Larkin, Amanda E. Layton
  • Is pregnancy the new disability?
  • Successful mediation: How to get the job done
  • Jill S. Welch
  • The changing world of employment law in federal contractor workplaces
  • Alissa A. Horvitz
  • Practice before the Pennsylvania human relations commission (PHRC)
  • Kathleen W. Morrison
  • The best ways to get sued over employee leaves and accommodations
  • Todd A. Ewan
  • Cloud computing
  • Daniel J. Siegel
  • Legal strategies and forensic analysis in non-competes and trade secrets: The view from both sides
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
2 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)950526787

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