The Resource Employment Law Institute West 2014

Employment Law Institute West 2014

Label
Employment Law Institute West 2014
Title
Employment Law Institute West 2014
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
PAL
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. 2014-8506
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Labor laws and legislation
  • Labor laws and legislation
Label
Employment Law Institute West 2014
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
  • Janeen Olsen Dougherty and Samuel M. First
  • Termination of employment
  • James W. Carroll, Michael P. Robic, II, and Gerri L. Sperling
  • Tech savvy? You better be under the newly amended Pennsylvania rules of professional conduct!
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Evidence issues in employment cases
  • Terrence H. Murphy
  • Marriage equality in Pennsylvania and elsewhere : what does it mean for employers?
  • Mark T. Phillis
  • Title VII milestones : 1964-2014
  • The year in review : what's happening in labor and employment law, 2014
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • Taking the appeal to the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review
  • John C. Artz, Gerard M. Mackarevich, and Peter B. Macky
  • Employment at-will in Pennsylvania
  • Bindu R. Gross, W. Scott Hardy, and Adam K. Hobaugh
  • Misconceptions about reverse discrimination cases
  • Lori R. Miller and Marla N. Presley
  • 10 (or more) practical ways for employers to avoid risk in handling FMLA intermittent leave
  • Kymberly D.H. Hernandez, Alex J. Nassar, and Jennier Platzkere Snyder
  • Why don't they get it? how information is packaged, presented and perceived in litigation and transactional negotiations
  • James W. Carroll, Jr, Eugene K. Connors, Bruce C. Fox, Louis B. Kushner, and Lynn C. Outwater
  • Robert A. Creo
  • Hobby Lobby : does it permit religious objection to other statutes?
  • Terrence H. Murphy
  • Advocate or antagonist? : common mistakes attorneys make in ADR
  • submitted by Sally Griffith Cimini and Louis B. Kushner
  • 2014 guidance on pre-employment background screening : structuring policies to comply with Title VII, Fair Credit Reporting Act and state laws
  • Melissa L. Evans and Sunshine R. Fellows
  • Pregnancy discrimination : determining the legal boundaries
  • Megan Block and Samuel J. Cordes
  • Social media in employment litigation : how an innocent posting can become trial exhibit A
  • ADA and regulatory "hot buttons"
  • Tiffany Jenca, Colleen Ramage Johnston, and Jamie S. Tuite
  • Fair Labor Standards Act update (2014)
  • Jeffrey H. Chivers, Joseph W. Chivers, and John R. Linkosky
  • Reasonable aaccommodationfor religious reasons
  • Shelly R. Pagac and Jennifer R. Russell
  • IInvestigatingemployee complaints in the digital world without creating additional liability, waiving privileges, or creating conflicts of interest
  • Adam E. Gersh
  • Government employees and claims against state and local governments and officials
  • Brian P. Gabriel and Edward A. Olds
  • Caregiver/family responsibility discrimination : selected cases
  • Denise M. Keyser
  • Lisa H. Hernandez
  • Arbitration of employment claims : is it worth it?
  • William E. Adams, Lewis B. Gardner, and Joseph Mack, III
  • Drafting in the dark : avoiding employee handbook pitfalls after the NLRB's surprising recent decisions
  • Drafting in the dark: avoiding handbook pitfalls after the NLRB's surprise decisions
  • Ernest B. Orsatti
  • Handbook/policy review : NLRB case summaries
  • Ryan W. Colombo, Robert B. Cottington, and Akiesha R. Gilcrist
  • Private eyes are watching you : common privacy issues in the workplace : what every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph and Carrie B. Rosen
  • Winning retaliation claims in the post-Nassar world
  • The Affordable Care Act : where are we now
  • Amanda E. Layton and Kari Knight Stevens
  • Advanced sexual harassment issues : what may make or break your case
  • Michael J. Crocenzi and Solomon Z. Krevsky
  • From ambush to full disclosure : how do ethical guideposts direct our way in dealing with written discover
  • Vincent Candiello
  • Winning retaliation claims in the post-Nassar world : case law update
  • Christian C. Antkowiak and Peter J. Ennis
  • Winning retaliation lawsuits
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)900000074
Label
Employment Law Institute West 2014
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
  • Janeen Olsen Dougherty and Samuel M. First
  • Termination of employment
  • James W. Carroll, Michael P. Robic, II, and Gerri L. Sperling
  • Tech savvy? You better be under the newly amended Pennsylvania rules of professional conduct!
  • Jill Sebest Welch
  • Evidence issues in employment cases
  • Terrence H. Murphy
  • Marriage equality in Pennsylvania and elsewhere : what does it mean for employers?
  • Mark T. Phillis
  • Title VII milestones : 1964-2014
  • The year in review : what's happening in labor and employment law, 2014
  • Alice W. Ballard
  • Taking the appeal to the Unemployment Compensation Board of Review
  • John C. Artz, Gerard M. Mackarevich, and Peter B. Macky
  • Employment at-will in Pennsylvania
  • Bindu R. Gross, W. Scott Hardy, and Adam K. Hobaugh
  • Misconceptions about reverse discrimination cases
  • Lori R. Miller and Marla N. Presley
  • 10 (or more) practical ways for employers to avoid risk in handling FMLA intermittent leave
  • Kymberly D.H. Hernandez, Alex J. Nassar, and Jennier Platzkere Snyder
  • Why don't they get it? how information is packaged, presented and perceived in litigation and transactional negotiations
  • James W. Carroll, Jr, Eugene K. Connors, Bruce C. Fox, Louis B. Kushner, and Lynn C. Outwater
  • Robert A. Creo
  • Hobby Lobby : does it permit religious objection to other statutes?
  • Terrence H. Murphy
  • Advocate or antagonist? : common mistakes attorneys make in ADR
  • submitted by Sally Griffith Cimini and Louis B. Kushner
  • 2014 guidance on pre-employment background screening : structuring policies to comply with Title VII, Fair Credit Reporting Act and state laws
  • Melissa L. Evans and Sunshine R. Fellows
  • Pregnancy discrimination : determining the legal boundaries
  • Megan Block and Samuel J. Cordes
  • Social media in employment litigation : how an innocent posting can become trial exhibit A
  • ADA and regulatory "hot buttons"
  • Tiffany Jenca, Colleen Ramage Johnston, and Jamie S. Tuite
  • Fair Labor Standards Act update (2014)
  • Jeffrey H. Chivers, Joseph W. Chivers, and John R. Linkosky
  • Reasonable aaccommodationfor religious reasons
  • Shelly R. Pagac and Jennifer R. Russell
  • IInvestigatingemployee complaints in the digital world without creating additional liability, waiving privileges, or creating conflicts of interest
  • Adam E. Gersh
  • Government employees and claims against state and local governments and officials
  • Brian P. Gabriel and Edward A. Olds
  • Caregiver/family responsibility discrimination : selected cases
  • Denise M. Keyser
  • Lisa H. Hernandez
  • Arbitration of employment claims : is it worth it?
  • William E. Adams, Lewis B. Gardner, and Joseph Mack, III
  • Drafting in the dark : avoiding employee handbook pitfalls after the NLRB's surprising recent decisions
  • Drafting in the dark: avoiding handbook pitfalls after the NLRB's surprise decisions
  • Ernest B. Orsatti
  • Handbook/policy review : NLRB case summaries
  • Ryan W. Colombo, Robert B. Cottington, and Akiesha R. Gilcrist
  • Private eyes are watching you : common privacy issues in the workplace : what every employer should know
  • Celia M. Joseph and Carrie B. Rosen
  • Winning retaliation claims in the post-Nassar world
  • The Affordable Care Act : where are we now
  • Amanda E. Layton and Kari Knight Stevens
  • Advanced sexual harassment issues : what may make or break your case
  • Michael J. Crocenzi and Solomon Z. Krevsky
  • From ambush to full disclosure : how do ethical guideposts direct our way in dealing with written discover
  • Vincent Candiello
  • Winning retaliation claims in the post-Nassar world : case law update
  • Christian C. Antkowiak and Peter J. Ennis
  • Winning retaliation lawsuits
Dimensions
27 cm.
Extent
2 volumes (various pagings)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)900000074
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