The Resource Employment Law Institute 2019

Employment Law Institute 2019

Label
Employment Law Institute 2019
Title
Employment Law Institute 2019
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PQD
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Pennsylvania Bar Institute
Series statement
PBI
Series volume
no. 2019-10502
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Pennsylvania
  • United States
Label
Employment Law Institute 2019
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Scott M. Pollins
  • Robin f. Bond, Michael D. Homans
  • Dealing with a #MeToo claim from a current employee: Strategies and best practices
  • Sara A. Begley, Dana E. Feinstein, Barbara Ziu
  • Wage and hour update
  • Shannon D. Farmer
  • Tips on successfully navigating the ADA interactive process
  • Eric B. Meyer, David Mohl
  • The down and dirty on title VII
  • Jennifer C. Bell, Christina M. Reger
  • It's all in the family: FMLA requirements in the context of maternity leave, paternity leave and pregnancy disability
  • Best practices for workplace investigations in the "Me Too" era
  • Michelle H. Malloy, Tanya A. Salgado
  • What are we not asking for in discovery in these employment cases that we should be? And - Does it really come in at trial?
  • Christina E. Burke, Barbara Rittinger Rigo
  • No-poach and wage-fixing agreements: Enforcement trends
  • Jonathan M. Grossman
  • Jonathan S, Krause, Paul G. Nofer
  • What to do if you think your employee is abusing the FMLA or ADA or if your employer is trying to make leave difficult
  • Scott B. Goldshaw, Rebecca McClure, Anne E. Zerbe
  • Checkmate: Dealing with that problem employee
  • Nancy B. Abrams, Vincent Candiello
  • Emotional damages in harassment cases
  • David M. Koller, Julie Present Koller, Sarah R. Lavelle
  • ADA basics: "Big Picture" considerations for the workplace
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Eileen K. Keefe
  • When you need to break up with your client - Handling the tough issues ethically
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Laboring to find labor clients: The pitfalls of legal advertising
  • Brian McGinnis, Abraham C. Reich
  • A call for action - Impairment in the legal profession and what you can do about it
  • Brian S. Quinn
  • Negotiating to win: Getting everything while giving nothing
  • Cory A. Iannacone, Lindsey E. Snavely
  • Fusion between entertainment law and employment law
  • Trends in employment discrimination law
  • Jeffrey Campolongo
  • Recurring discovery and evidence problems in employment cases
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • Developments in LGBT employment rights
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees
  • Summaries and excerpts from recent cases of significance regarding gender identity and sexual orientation with emphasis on the Third Circuit
  • Jillian T. Weiss
  • Family and Medical Leave Act basics
  • Kelly T. Kindig
  • Restrictive covenants and trade secrets: Keeping your employees honest and your secrets safe
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • Robert R. Baron, Niki I Bender, Sade Calin, David S. Fryman
  • Advanced pre-trial and trial tactics for experienced employment attorneys concerning mitigation
  • Ari R. Karpf, Paul C. Lantis
  • The electronic communications in the workplace: What every employer and employee lawyer needs to know
  • Brent A. Cossrow
  • The European Union's General data protection regulation: It's impact on domestic employers
  • Jordan L. Fischer, Rebecca L. Rakoski
  • We're not getting any younger: Handling the boom in age discrimination cases
  • S. Jeanine Conley
  • Creating safe spaces: Some new approaches to sexual harassment prevention
  • The fundamentals of wage and hour law
  • Creating safe spaces: Some new approaches to sexual harassment prevention
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • #Me too and beyond: Best practices for the next frontier in workplace harassment
  • Anthony B. Haller
  • ADA survivor
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • Biometrics in the workplace: How technology is changing the way business is done
  • Anna Will Kentz, Jeffrey I. Pasek
  • Preparing arbitration plans post-epic systems
  • Daniel P. O'Meara, Janice G. Dubler
  • David L. Hackett
  • Breakfast with the judges: Key trends affecting damages in employment law cases
  • Robin F. Bond, Larry L. Turner
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Risa B. Boerner, Carrie B. Rosen, Shannon R. Rozell
  • Management training that can help HR avoid legal risks
  • Gavin Carpenter, Todd A. Ewan
  • Latent bias research for employment lawyers
  • Lubna A. Mian
  • Trusting the process: The differences between public and private employment rights, complaints and disciplinary processes
  • William S. Braveman
  • Working remotely: The legal challenges employers face from the growing popularity of telecommuting arrangements
  • EEOC's perspective
  • Debra M. Lawrence
  • Blowing the whistle on cybersecurity problems: Protections for whistleblowers and areas of liability for employers
  • Cybersecurity whistleblower protections
  • Matthew B. LaGarde, Alexis Ronickher
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Edward T. Ellis
  • Employment arbitration agreements: Litigating and arbitrating to conclusion
  • Victoria L. Gorokhovich, Paul C. Lantis, Larry A. Weisberg
  • E-Discovery toolkit: How to chisel away the costs of E-discovery
  • Eric C. Kim, Michael J. Puma
  • Wendy R. Hughes, Elliot D. McDonald
  • Making the most of EEOC mediations
  • Stephanie Marino, Michael J. Murphy, Stephanie J. Peet
  • Ethics war stories
  • Andrea M. Kirshenbaum, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • Ripped from the headlines: Lawyers behaving badly
  • Samuel M. First, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • The E. in email stands for evidence: Email etiquette to avoid legal issues
  • Michael J. Fortunato, Patricia B. Tsipras
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it and defending against claims
  • Legalize it - Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana Act
  • David L. Deratzian
  • Title IX in the employment context: Representing faculty and staff accused of sexual misconduct
  • Patricia M. Hamill
  • Navigating real (and imagined) independent contractor issues in the gig economy
  • Zachary Nahass, Christine E. Nentwig, Jeffrey J. Worley
  • Regulating off-duty conduct in the digital age
  • Katharine V. Hartman
  • Deposition witness preparation
  • Harold M. Goldner, Nina Kurjazca Markey
  • The art of the deal: Issues in the negotiation of executive employment agreements
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)1103323323
Label
Employment Law Institute 2019
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • Scott M. Pollins
  • Robin f. Bond, Michael D. Homans
  • Dealing with a #MeToo claim from a current employee: Strategies and best practices
  • Sara A. Begley, Dana E. Feinstein, Barbara Ziu
  • Wage and hour update
  • Shannon D. Farmer
  • Tips on successfully navigating the ADA interactive process
  • Eric B. Meyer, David Mohl
  • The down and dirty on title VII
  • Jennifer C. Bell, Christina M. Reger
  • It's all in the family: FMLA requirements in the context of maternity leave, paternity leave and pregnancy disability
  • Best practices for workplace investigations in the "Me Too" era
  • Michelle H. Malloy, Tanya A. Salgado
  • What are we not asking for in discovery in these employment cases that we should be? And - Does it really come in at trial?
  • Christina E. Burke, Barbara Rittinger Rigo
  • No-poach and wage-fixing agreements: Enforcement trends
  • Jonathan M. Grossman
  • Jonathan S, Krause, Paul G. Nofer
  • What to do if you think your employee is abusing the FMLA or ADA or if your employer is trying to make leave difficult
  • Scott B. Goldshaw, Rebecca McClure, Anne E. Zerbe
  • Checkmate: Dealing with that problem employee
  • Nancy B. Abrams, Vincent Candiello
  • Emotional damages in harassment cases
  • David M. Koller, Julie Present Koller, Sarah R. Lavelle
  • ADA basics: "Big Picture" considerations for the workplace
  • Year in review: What's new in employment law
  • Eileen K. Keefe
  • When you need to break up with your client - Handling the tough issues ethically
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Laboring to find labor clients: The pitfalls of legal advertising
  • Brian McGinnis, Abraham C. Reich
  • A call for action - Impairment in the legal profession and what you can do about it
  • Brian S. Quinn
  • Negotiating to win: Getting everything while giving nothing
  • Cory A. Iannacone, Lindsey E. Snavely
  • Fusion between entertainment law and employment law
  • Trends in employment discrimination law
  • Jeffrey Campolongo
  • Recurring discovery and evidence problems in employment cases
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • Developments in LGBT employment rights
  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees
  • Summaries and excerpts from recent cases of significance regarding gender identity and sexual orientation with emphasis on the Third Circuit
  • Jillian T. Weiss
  • Family and Medical Leave Act basics
  • Kelly T. Kindig
  • Restrictive covenants and trade secrets: Keeping your employees honest and your secrets safe
  • Richard T. Seymour
  • Robert R. Baron, Niki I Bender, Sade Calin, David S. Fryman
  • Advanced pre-trial and trial tactics for experienced employment attorneys concerning mitigation
  • Ari R. Karpf, Paul C. Lantis
  • The electronic communications in the workplace: What every employer and employee lawyer needs to know
  • Brent A. Cossrow
  • The European Union's General data protection regulation: It's impact on domestic employers
  • Jordan L. Fischer, Rebecca L. Rakoski
  • We're not getting any younger: Handling the boom in age discrimination cases
  • S. Jeanine Conley
  • Creating safe spaces: Some new approaches to sexual harassment prevention
  • The fundamentals of wage and hour law
  • Creating safe spaces: Some new approaches to sexual harassment prevention
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • #Me too and beyond: Best practices for the next frontier in workplace harassment
  • Anthony B. Haller
  • ADA survivor
  • Daniel V. Johns
  • Biometrics in the workplace: How technology is changing the way business is done
  • Anna Will Kentz, Jeffrey I. Pasek
  • Preparing arbitration plans post-epic systems
  • Daniel P. O'Meara, Janice G. Dubler
  • David L. Hackett
  • Breakfast with the judges: Key trends affecting damages in employment law cases
  • Robin F. Bond, Larry L. Turner
  • Private eyes are watching you: Common privacy issues in the workplace: What every employer should know
  • Risa B. Boerner, Carrie B. Rosen, Shannon R. Rozell
  • Management training that can help HR avoid legal risks
  • Gavin Carpenter, Todd A. Ewan
  • Latent bias research for employment lawyers
  • Lubna A. Mian
  • Trusting the process: The differences between public and private employment rights, complaints and disciplinary processes
  • William S. Braveman
  • Working remotely: The legal challenges employers face from the growing popularity of telecommuting arrangements
  • EEOC's perspective
  • Debra M. Lawrence
  • Blowing the whistle on cybersecurity problems: Protections for whistleblowers and areas of liability for employers
  • Cybersecurity whistleblower protections
  • Matthew B. LaGarde, Alexis Ronickher
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Edward T. Ellis
  • Employment arbitration agreements: Litigating and arbitrating to conclusion
  • Victoria L. Gorokhovich, Paul C. Lantis, Larry A. Weisberg
  • E-Discovery toolkit: How to chisel away the costs of E-discovery
  • Eric C. Kim, Michael J. Puma
  • Wendy R. Hughes, Elliot D. McDonald
  • Making the most of EEOC mediations
  • Stephanie Marino, Michael J. Murphy, Stephanie J. Peet
  • Ethics war stories
  • Andrea M. Kirshenbaum, Mandy C. Rosenblum
  • Ripped from the headlines: Lawyers behaving badly
  • Samuel M. First, Jennifer Platzkere Snyder
  • The E. in email stands for evidence: Email etiquette to avoid legal issues
  • Michael J. Fortunato, Patricia B. Tsipras
  • Workplace harassment: Proving it and defending against claims
  • Legalize it - Pennsylvania's Medical Marijuana Act
  • David L. Deratzian
  • Title IX in the employment context: Representing faculty and staff accused of sexual misconduct
  • Patricia M. Hamill
  • Navigating real (and imagined) independent contractor issues in the gig economy
  • Zachary Nahass, Christine E. Nentwig, Jeffrey J. Worley
  • Regulating off-duty conduct in the digital age
  • Katharine V. Hartman
  • Deposition witness preparation
  • Harold M. Goldner, Nina Kurjazca Markey
  • The art of the deal: Issues in the negotiation of executive employment agreements
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)1103323323

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