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Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community.

  • Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Sixth Edition

    Author : Edward T. Ellis and Gregory C. Keating

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Sixth Edition
    Written by Edward T. Ellis, Gregory C. Keating and the Attorneys of Littler's Whistleblowing and Corporate Ethics Practice Group.

    Highlights of developments covered by the Sixth Edition include:

    •  NEW expanded chapters on federal whistleblower protections under the False Claims Act, OSHA, ACA and other acts
    •  Comprehensive update of significant legislation, case law and agency decisions since December 2015, including:
         ◦ Deep analysis on the protections given to employees at the state level across the United States
         ◦ Dramatic developments under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including the implications of civil provisions of section 806 of SOX, and the remedial scheme implemented to enforce it
         ◦ Developments in hot topic areas like The "Stepping Out of the Role" defense, cybersecurity and retaliatory acts outside the employment context
         ◦ Developments in the extraterritorial application of SOX and Dodd-Frank, and new legislation regarding whistleblower protections and data privacy outside the U.S.

    CHAPTER 1 — OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPEMENTS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATON LAW
    CHAPTER 2 — THE ELEMENTS OF A RETALIATION CLAIM
    CHAPTER 3 — RETALIATION ISSUES ARISING UNDER SPECIFIC STATUTES
    CHAPTER 4 — THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT
    CHAPTER 5 — THE DODD-FRANK WALL STREET REFORM AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
    CHAPTER 6 — WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS UNDER THE FEDERAL FALSE CLAIMS ACT
    CHAPTER 7 — OTHER FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS
    CHAPTER 8 — STATE WHISTLEBLOWER LEGISLATION
    CHAPTER 9 — THE COMMON LAW: RETALIATORY DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 10 — BREAKING NEW GROUND: HOT TOPICS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CASES
    CHAPTER 11 — REDUCING THE RISK OF LIABILITY FOR WHISTLEBLOWING & RETALIATION CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 12 — INTERNATIONAL WHISTLEBLOWING ISSUES
    CHAPTER 13 — WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CLAIMS BY IN-HOUSE COUNSEL & COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
    INDEX

    Edward T. Ellis is a shareholder in the Philadelphia Office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He is also Co-Chair of the firm's Whistleblowing and Corporate Ethics Practice Group. For over 30 years, Mr. Ellis has defended employers in labor and employment lawsuits, including many federal statutory and constitutional retaliation cases. He has tried more than 40 cases to verdict before juries and has represented clients at hundreds of bench trials, arbitrations and administrative proceedings. He has tried federal and state court cases involving: the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

    Mr. Ellis also has extensive knowledge of common law wrongful discharge cases and ERISA litigation. He has appeared before federal and state courts across the country, and he tried and won the first case tried in the federal court system on Court TV.

    Prior to entering private practice in 1988, Mr. Ellis spent five and a half years as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. There, he handled district court and appellate civil litigation involving the United States and its agencies with a concentration in: labor matters; employment discrimination cases; procurement fraud and government contract issues. He also was a staff attorney with the U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Regional Solicitor in Philadelphia.


    Gregory C. Keating chairs Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP's Labor, Employment & Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups. He is recognized as a national authority in the area of whistleblowing and retaliation. He regularly conducts investigations and litigates a wide range of whistleblower cases and has extensive experience handling matters arising under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Dodd-Frank Act, the False Claims Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

    In 2012, Mr. Keating was nominated to serve as a management representative on the Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee by US Senators Michael Enzi and Johnny Isakson and was later appointed by Hilda Solis, US Secretary of Labor. In 2014, current US Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez re-appointed Mr. Keating to serve another two-year term. In spring of 2014 he testified before the US Senate at a hearing on whistleblower protections.

    Mr. Keating has been named in America's Leading Lawyers for Business by Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers. In addition, he serves on the Board of Advisors to the National Employment Law Institute. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Keating was a sixth grade teacher. He has continued his work in education by counseling and advising schools, and currently represents a number of prominent private schools in New England.


  • The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Fourth Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Fourth Edition
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    Features of this 5-Volume Set include:

    •  Written by top attorneys and scholars from around the globe and edited by attorneys of Littler's International Practice Group.

    •  Written for:

        •  corporate counsel
        •  cross-border legal practitioners
        •  human resources professionals

    •  Designed to allow readers to easily compile information on one issue from multiple countries - in a matter of minutes.

    •  Each country provides answers to the same questions facilitating comparison across 60 countries and the EU.

    •  Questions are organized by topics; topics logically follow the employment cycle - from hiring, to compensation, to termination - enabling readers to quickly find an answer within a country.

    Topics covered include:

    •  Sources of Law
    •  Hiring
    •  Employment Contracts
    •  Discrimination
    •  Compensation
    •  Time Off from Work
    •  Benefits
    •  Taxation
    •  Intellectual Property
    •  Codes of Conduct
    •  Employment Information & Privacy
    •  Representation of Workers
    •  Workplace Safety
    •  Termination of Employment
    •  Collective Dismissals, Business Cessation & Sale of a Business
    •  Key Traps to Avoid

    Also includes an overview of:

    •  Extraterritorial Application of US Laws
    •  Self-Governance in Global Employment Standards

    Chapters include:

    •  European Union
    •  Angola NEW!
    •  Argentina
    •  Australia
    •  Austria
    •  Belgium
    •  Brazil
    •  Canada
    •  Chile
    •  China
    •  Colombia
    •  Costa Rica
    •  Cyprus
    •  Czech Republic
    •  Denmark
    •  Dominican Republic NEW!
    •  Egypt
    •  El Salvador NEW!
    •  England
    •  Estonia
    •  France
    •  Germany
    •  Hong Kong
    •  Hungary
    •  India
    •  Indonesia
    •  Ireland
    •  Israel
    •  Italy
    •  Japan
    •  Jordan
    •  Latvia
    •  Lebanon
    •  Lithuania
    •  Luxembourg
    •  Malaysia
    •  Mexico
    •  Mozambique NEW!
    •  Netherlands
    •  Nigeria
    •  Panama NEW!
    •  Philippines
    •  Poland
    •  Puerto Rico
    •  Qatar
    •  Romania
    •  Saudi Arabia
    •  Singapore
    •  Slovakia
    •  South Africa
    •  South Korea
    •  Spain
    •  Switzerland
    •  Taiwan
    •  Thailand
    •  United Arab Emirates
    •  United States of America
    •  Venezuela
    •  Vietnam
    •  Virgin Islands of the United States

    This publication also includes a CD-ROM containing the full text of the book.

    I. Sources of Law
    II. Hiring
    III. Employment Contracts
    IV. Discrimination in Employment
    V. Compensation
    VI. Time Off from Work
    VII. Benefits
    VIII. Taxation
    IX. Intellectual Property
    X. Codes of Conduct
    XI. Employment Information & Privacy
    XII. Representation of Workers
    XIII. Workplace Safety
    XIV. Termination of Employment
    XV. Collective Dismissals (Layoffs), Business Cessation & Sale of a Business
    XVI. Key Traps to Avoid
    Angola: Abreu Advogados-Abreu International Legal Solutions and FBL Advogados
    Argentina: MBB Balado Bevilacqua Abogados
    Australia: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Austria: Wolf Theiss
    Belgium: Stibbe
    Brazil: Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados
    Canada: Fasken Martineau Dumoulin
    Chile: Philippi, Yrarrazaval, Pulido & Brunner Ltda.
    China: TransAsia Lawyers
    Colombia: Godoy Cordoba Abogados
    Costa Rica: BDS Asesores Juridicos S.A.
    Cyprus: George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC
    Czech Republic: Randl Partners
    Denmark: Norrbom Vinding
    Dominican Republic: BDS Asesores
    Egypt: Shalakany Law Office
    El Salvador: BDS Asesores, S.A. DE C.V.
    England: Weightmans LLP
    Estonia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    European Union: Marx Van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners and Lewis Silkin LLP
    France: EY Societe d'Avocats
    Germany: vanguard
    Hong Kong: Ribeiro Hui
    Hungary: Gobert Law Office
    India: Nishith Desai Associates
    Indonesia: Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
    Ireland: Matheson
    Israel: Herzog, Fox & Neeman
    Italy: LabLaw Studio Legale
    Japan: Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
    Jordan: Nabulsi & Associates
    Latvia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    Lebanon: Levant Law Practice
    Lithuania: LAWIN
    Luxembourg: MOLITOR, Avocat a la Cour
    Malaysia: Skrine
    Mexico: Littler, De la Vega y Conde, S.C.
    Mozambique: CGA-Couto, Graca e Associados
    Netherlands: Rutgers & Posch
    Nigeria: Templars (Barristers & Solicitors)
    Panama: BDS Asesores
    Philippines: Angara Abello Concepcion Regala and Cruz Law Offices (ACCRALAW)
    Poland: Ksiazek & Bigaj Legal Office Limited Partnership
    Puerto Rico: Schuster Aguilo LLC
    Qatar: Levant Law Practice, in association with Rashed Bin Raja Al Marri Law Office
    Romania: S.P.R.L. Menzer & Bachmann-Noerr
    Saudi Arabia: Levant Law Practice, in association with The Law Firm of Adnan H. Yaseen
    Singapore: Ashurst
    Slovakia: PRK Partners s.r.o.
    South Africa: ENSafrica
    South Korea: Kim & Chang
    Spain: Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira
    Switzerland: Walder Wyss Ltd
    Taiwan: Winkler Partners Attorneys at Law of Taiwan and Foreign Legal Affairs
    Thailand: Siam City Law Offices Limited
    United Arab Emirates: Afridi & Angell
    United States: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Venezuela: Juan Carlos Varela & Associates
    Vietnam: Russin & Vecchi LLC
    Virgin Islands of the United States: Littler Mendelson, P.C.

  • Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition

    Author : The Attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition
    Written by the attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group, Employment Law Class Actions provides a comprehensive review of the strategic, procedural and legal issues that arise in such matters.

    The Third Edition includes an extensive expansion and reorganization of the publication and features a host of new and significant developments in this ever changing area of law, including:

    • A comprehensive update of significant case law.

    • An expansive discussion of the Supreme Court's decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart and its impact on class actions.

    • New issues and developments in FLSA collective actions and California state law wage and hour class actions (which currently comprise approximately 90% of all employment class actions filed).

    • A new chapter covering issues related to e-discovery.

    • Discussion of unique issues regarding the CAFA appeals process.

    • New developments regarding EEOC pattern and practice cases.

    • Emerging trends in standards of admissibility of expert testimony regarding class certification; the role of statistical, anecdotal, and social science evidence; and application of the Daubert standard post-Dukes.

    • Further evolution of case law regarding enforceability of arbitration agreements in class and collective actions and the validity of class action waivers (including U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion and the NLRB's decision in D.R. Horton).

    • Developments in pre-certification communication with potential class members and other pre-certification discovery issues.

    • Recent developments in California class actions under the Private Attorneys General Act.
    CHAPTER 1-INTRODUCTION
    CHAPTER 2-ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS IN CLASS OR COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 3-THE CLASS ACTION FAIRNESS ACT
    CHAPTER 4-DEFENSES & RESPONSES TO THE PLEADINGS
    CHAPTER 5-GENERAL DISCOVERY ISSUES
    CHAPTER 6-E-DISCOVERY ISSUES
    CHAPTER 7-PRE-CERTIFICATION MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
    CHAPTER 8-EXPERT EVIDENCE & CLASS ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 9-CLASS CERTIFICATION UNDER RULE 23
    CHAPTER 10-THE FLSA & SECTION 216(B) COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 11-CLASS ACTIONS UNDER CALIFORNIA LAW
    CHAPTER 12-NOTICE OF CLASS CERTIFICATION
    CHAPTER 13-SETTLING CLASS ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 14-REDUCING THE RISK OF CLASS & COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    APPENDICES
    INDEX
    With over 950 attorneys and 57 offices throughout the U.S. and globally, Littler Mendelson, P.C. is the world's largest U.S.-based labor and employment law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in employment and labor law matters. Areas of practice include wrongful termination and class action litigation, equal employment opportunity, wage and hour regulation, employee benefits, occupational safety and health law, privacy and data protection, labor-management relations, unemployment and disability benefits, workers' compensation, immigration and global migration, and international employment and labor law.

    The firm's client base ranges from Fortune 500 companies to small business owners. Established in 1942, Littler has litigated, mediated, and negotiated some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record. Littler has extensive resources to address the needs of multi-national clients, from navigating international employment laws and labor relations issues to applying corporate policies worldwide.

    This publication was written by the attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group.
  • Littler on Discrimination in the Workplace: Race, National Origin, Sex, Age & Genetic Information

    Author : Sarah J. Gorajski and Terrence H. Murphy

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Discrimination in the Workplace: Race, National Origin, Sex, Age & Genetic Information
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Discrimination in the Workplace based on race, national origin, sex, age and genetic information.

    Topics include:

          •  an overview of the statutory law;
          •  types of claims;
          •  retaliation;
          •  how an employer can reduce the risk of discrimination; and
          •  guidelines for investigation discrimination complaints.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW
    §  1.1   Introduction
    §  1.2   Statutory Overview
    §  1.3   Types of Employment Discrimination Claims
    §  1.4   Bringing & Defending Against an Employment Discrimination Claim
    §  1.5   Remedies Available to Employees if Unlawful Discrimination is Established

    CHAPTER 2   EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION & RETALIATION CASES
    §  2.1   Race Discrimination
    §  2.2   National Origin Discrimination
    §  2.3   Sex Discrimination
    §  2.4   Pregnancy Discrimination
    §  2.5   Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    §  2.6   Age Discrimination
    §  2.7   Genetic Discrimination
    §  2.8   Retaliation

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   Reducing the Risk of Discrimination
    §  3.2   Sample Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
    §  3.3   Guidelines for Investigating Discrimination Complaints

    Sarah J. Gorajski is a shareholder in the Minneapolis office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Sarah focuses her practice on representing and advising local, regional and national employers in employment and labor law matters. Her particular areas of experience include the representation of employers in federal and state discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and other antidiscrimination laws. Sarah frequently counsels and provides training for clients on complex personnel management issues—including preventing and handling discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints. Sarah also assists employers with the preparation and approval of affirmative action plans and representing government contractors in connection with Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), state and local compliance reviews.


    Terrence H. Murphy, a shareholder in Littler's Pittsburgh office, practices regularly in multiple federal district and state courts and has extensive knowledge of discrimination law under Title VII, the ADEA and the ADA. He has handled several discrimination jury trials and, in recent years, represented a major trucking company in pattern-and-practice sex discrimination litigation brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and defended a Fortune 100 manufacturing company in a nationwide age discrimination class action. As a former Assistant General Counsel of a Fortune 12 manufacturing company, Terry brings practical experience on human resource practices and policies and workplace investigations. He regularly speaks on labor and employment law issues for the American Bar Association (ABA) and has been a chapter editor and senior editor of Employment Discrimination Law by Bloomberg BNA.


  • Littler on Employment Torts: Wrongful Discharge & Other Employment Torts

    Author : Greg Coulter and Sherry L. Travers

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Employment Torts: Wrongful Discharge & Other Employment Torts
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Employment Torts.

    Topics include:

          •  wrongful termination and at-will employment;
          •  defamation;
          •  intentional or negligent infliction of emotional distress; and
          •  limiting exposure to "tag-along" torts.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1 WRONGFUL DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    §  1.1   At-Will Employment
    §  1.2   Legislatively Determined Federal Public Policy Exceptions to At-Will Doctrine
    §  1.3   Tort of Wrongful Discharge Based on Public Policy

    CHAPTER 2 OTHER COMMON EMPLOYMENT TORTS
    §  2.1   Introduction to "Tag-Along" Torts
    §  2.2   Defamation
    §  2.3   Invasion of Privacy
    §  2.4   Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
    §  2.5   Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
    §  2.6   Fraud, Deceit & Misrepresentation
    §  2.7   Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage & Related Claims
    §  2.8   False Imprisonment
    §  2.9   Assault & Battery
    §  2.10   Loss of Consortium
    §  2.11   Negligent Hiring, Retention, Supervision or Training
    §  2.12   Spoliation

    CHAPTER 3 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   Maintaining At-Will Employment in Employment Documents
    §  3.2   Reducing the Risk of Litigation & Liability for Discharges
    §  3.3   Limiting Exposure to "Tag-Along" Torts

    Greg Coulter is a shareholder in the Phoenix office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Greg represents private and public employers in a broad range of labor and employment litigation matters, including jury and bench trials in federal, state and appellate courts. He has handled a variety of cases involving state tort issues. In addition to his litigation practice, he provides training, day-to-day preventive counseling and employment advice and assists employers in handbook and personnel policy development, severance agreements and restrictive covenants. As a core member of Littler's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Practice Group, Greg works with clients in a variety of industries, particularly education, agriculture, transportation, finance, service and retail. Greg serves as a captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the United States Army Reserves.


    Sherry L. Travers, a shareholder in Littler's Dallas office, has extensive experience litigating and consulting on behalf of management regarding a variety of employment topics. She represents employers in many industries, including healthcare, construction, property management, contingent workforces, financial services, oil and gas, engineering, transportation, technology, automotive and hospitality. Appearing in state and federal courts in Texas and before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Texas Workforce Commission, Sherry provides advice and representation regarding a wide variety of employment torts that often accompany statutory claims. Sherry She is a core member of Littler's Security Incident Response Team, which helps employers safeguard sensitive personal information to reduce the risk of a workplace security breach and advises regarding an appropriate response when a data breach occurs. Sherry is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and serves as the firm's liaison to the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce.


  • Littler on Discrimination in the Workplace: Race, National Origin, Sex, Age & Genetic Information

    Author : Sarah J. Gorajski and Terrence H. Murphy

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Discrimination in the Workplace: Race, National Origin, Sex, Age & Genetic Information
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Discrimination in the Workplace based on race, national origin, sex, age and genetic information.

    Topics include:

          •  an overview of the statutory law;
          •  types of claims;
          •  retaliation;
          •  how an employer can reduce the risk of discrimination; and
          •  guidelines for investigation discrimination complaints.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW
    §  1.1   Introduction
    §  1.2   Statutory Overview
    §  1.3   Types of Employment Discrimination Claims
    §  1.4   Bringing & Defending Against an Employment Discrimination Claim
    §  1.5   Remedies Available to Employees if Unlawful Discrimination is Established

    CHAPTER 2   EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION & RETALIATION CASES
    §  2.1   Race Discrimination
    §  2.2   National Origin Discrimination
    §  2.3   Sex Discrimination
    §  2.4   Pregnancy Discrimination
    §  2.5   Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    §  2.6   Age Discrimination
    §  2.7   Genetic Discrimination
    §  2.8   Retaliation

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   Reducing the Risk of Discrimination
    §  3.2   Sample Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
    §  3.3   Guidelines for Investigating Discrimination Complaints

    Sarah J. Gorajski is a shareholder in the Minneapolis office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Sarah focuses her practice on representing and advising local, regional and national employers in employment and labor law matters. Her particular areas of experience include the representation of employers in federal and state discrimination, harassment and retaliation claims arising under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act (Title VII), the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and other antidiscrimination laws. Sarah frequently counsels and provides training for clients on complex personnel management issues—including preventing and handling discrimination, harassment and retaliation complaints. Sarah also assists employers with the preparation and approval of affirmative action plans and representing government contractors in connection with Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), state and local compliance reviews.


    Terrence H. Murphy, a shareholder in Littler's Pittsburgh office, practices regularly in multiple federal district and state courts and has extensive knowledge of discrimination law under Title VII, the ADEA and the ADA. He has handled several discrimination jury trials and, in recent years, represented a major trucking company in pattern-and-practice sex discrimination litigation brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and defended a Fortune 100 manufacturing company in a nationwide age discrimination class action. As a former Assistant General Counsel of a Fortune 12 manufacturing company, Terry brings practical experience on human resource practices and policies and workplace investigations. He regularly speaks on labor and employment law issues for the American Bar Association (ABA) and has been a chapter editor and senior editor of Employment Discrimination Law by Bloomberg BNA.


  • Littler on Harassment in the Workplace & Employee Training

    Author : Kevin M. Kraham, Kevin P. O'Neill, Eunju Park and Marissa L. Dragoo

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Harassment in the Workplace & Employee Training
    This two-in-one title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding both Harassment in the Workplace and Employee Training.

    Topics include:

          •  defenses to hostile work environment claims;
          •  types of harassment claims;
          •  guidelines for investigating harassment complaints;
          •  mandatory and specialized training; and
          •  training methodology.

    LITTLER ON HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF WORKPLACE HARASSMENT LAW
    §  1.1   Introduction
    §  1.2   Types of Harassment
    §  1.3   Employer Liability for Unlawful Harassment
    §  1.4   Personal Liability for Unlawful Harassment
    §  1.5   Defenses to Hostile Work Environment Claims
    §  1.6   Statutory Remedies Available for Unlawful Harassment Claims

    CHAPTER 2   WORKPLACE HARASSMENT CLAIMS
    §  2.1   Sexual Harassment
    §  2.2   Same-Sex Sexual Harassment
    §  2.3   Racial Harassment
    §  2.4   National Origin Harassment
    §  2.5   Religious Harassment
    §  2.6   Age Harassment
    §  2.7   Disability Harassment
    §  2.8   Retaliatory Harassment

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   Reducing the Risk of Liability
    §  3.2   Sample Antiharassment Policy
    §  3.3   Guidelines for Investigating Harassment Complaints


    LITTLER ON EMPLOYEE TRAINING

    CHAPTER 4   OVERVIEW OF THE LAW OF TRAINING
    §  4.1   Introduction
    §  4.2   Faragher & Ellerth: The Affirmative Defense & Its Impact on The Law Of Training §  4.3   The "Kolstad Defense" to Punitive Damages
    §  4.4   Mandatory & Specialized Training

    CHAPTER 5   CONSIDERATIONS IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS TRAINING
    §  5.1   Introduction
    §  5.2   Nondiscrimination Concerns in Training
    §  5.3   Adequacy of Training
    §  5.4   Content of Training
    §  5.5   Collection & Retention of Training-Related Material
    §  5.6   Training Methods
    §  5.7   Pay Obligations for On-The-Job Training

    CHAPTER 6 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  6.1   Guidelines for Implementing an Employment Relations Training Program
    §  6.2   Employer Guidelines when Providing Discrimination & Harassment Prevention Training
    §  6.3   Employer Guidelines: Assessing Employment Relations Training Programs
    §  6.4   California's Mandatory Training Laws: Summary of Basic Requirements
    §  6.5   Proactive Management of Workplace Bullying
    §  6.6   Fed-OSHA Training Requirements: Highlights

    Kevin M. Kraham is a shareholder in the Washington, D.C. office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Kevin works strategically with clients to help ensure that human resources and labor relations practices and programs support and drive business plans. He provides day-to-day advice and counseling on discrimination and harassment issues as well as training for human resources professionals. Kevin is Chair of Littler Pride, the firm's LGBTA affinity group, and is on the Board of Directors for the National LGBT Bar Association. He is also the Co-Chair for the LGBT Litigator Committee for the American Bar Association (ABA).


    Kevin P. O'Neill is a principal in the San Francisco office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. As the senior director of the Littler Learning Group (LLG), he oversees the firm's employment law and corporate compliance client training programs. He helps ensure the programs meet each client's unique needs and incorporate the firm's best legal practices and cutting edge learning techniques. In the course of his career, Kevin has conducted training and employment counseling for more than 100,000 executives, decision makers, human resource professionals and employees throughout the United States on a wide variety of topics. His training experience is informed by more than two decades of advising management on a wide variety of employment relations issues in his prior practice.


    Eunju Park, an associate in Littler's Washington, D.C. office, advises employers in a broad range of employment and labor law matters. During law school, Eunju interned for Hon. Leo Sorkin of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts and worked in her law school's employment rights clinic. She also interned with the Department of Labor in Boston and for a law firm in Seoul, South Korea. Before attending law school, Eunju worked as a human resources manager for a hotel.


    Marissa L. Dragoo, a special counsel in Littler's Sacramento office, focuses her legal career on developing and facilitating training and learning tools to strengthen management skills and increase employee engagement for a broad range of employers. As a core member of LLG, she regularly provides training sessions for clients and hosts a monthly training webinar on Preventing Workplace Harassment. Prior to turning her focus to training and preventive solutions, Marissa was an experienced litigator representing clients in many federal and state courts and in administrative settings.


  • Littler on Employment Torts: Wrongful Discharge & Other Employment Torts

    Author : Greg Coulter and Sherry L. Travers

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Employment Torts: Wrongful Discharge & Other Employment Torts
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Employment Torts.

    Topics include:

          •  wrongful termination and at-will employment;
          •  defamation;
          •  intentional or negligent infliction of emotional distress; and
          •  limiting exposure to "tag-along" torts.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1 WRONGFUL DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    §  1.1   At-Will Employment
    §  1.2   Legislatively Determined Federal Public Policy Exceptions to At-Will Doctrine
    §  1.3   Tort of Wrongful Discharge Based on Public Policy

    CHAPTER 2 OTHER COMMON EMPLOYMENT TORTS
    §  2.1   Introduction to "Tag-Along" Torts
    §  2.2   Defamation
    §  2.3   Invasion of Privacy
    §  2.4   Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress
    §  2.5   Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress
    §  2.6   Fraud, Deceit & Misrepresentation
    §  2.7   Interference with Prospective Economic Advantage & Related Claims
    §  2.8   False Imprisonment
    §  2.9   Assault & Battery
    §  2.10   Loss of Consortium
    §  2.11   Negligent Hiring, Retention, Supervision or Training
    §  2.12   Spoliation

    CHAPTER 3 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   Maintaining At-Will Employment in Employment Documents
    §  3.2   Reducing the Risk of Litigation & Liability for Discharges
    §  3.3   Limiting Exposure to "Tag-Along" Torts

    Greg Coulter is a shareholder in the Phoenix office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Greg represents private and public employers in a broad range of labor and employment litigation matters, including jury and bench trials in federal, state and appellate courts. He has handled a variety of cases involving state tort issues. In addition to his litigation practice, he provides training, day-to-day preventive counseling and employment advice and assists employers in handbook and personnel policy development, severance agreements and restrictive covenants. As a core member of Littler's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Practice Group, Greg works with clients in a variety of industries, particularly education, agriculture, transportation, finance, service and retail. Greg serves as a captain in the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the United States Army Reserves.


    Sherry L. Travers, a shareholder in Littler's Dallas office, has extensive experience litigating and consulting on behalf of management regarding a variety of employment topics. She represents employers in many industries, including healthcare, construction, property management, contingent workforces, financial services, oil and gas, engineering, transportation, technology, automotive and hospitality. Appearing in state and federal courts in Texas and before administrative agencies such as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Department of Labor (DOL) and the Texas Workforce Commission, Sherry provides advice and representation regarding a wide variety of employment torts that often accompany statutory claims. Sherry She is a core member of Littler's Security Incident Response Team, which helps employers safeguard sensitive personal information to reduce the risk of a workplace security breach and advises regarding an appropriate response when a data breach occurs. Sherry is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and serves as the firm's liaison to the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce.


  • Littler on Religion in the Workplace

    Author : Dionysia L. Johnson-Massie

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522112365

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    Littler on Religion in the Workplace
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Religion in the Workplace.

    Topics include:

         •  statutory protections for religious rights;
         •  religious harassment;
         •  the LGBT community and religious discrimination; and
         •  a sample religious accommodation policy.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF LAWS GOVERNING RELIGION IN THE WORKPLACE
    §  1.1   Introduction
    §  1.2   Statutory Protections for Religious Rights
    §  1.3   Employer’s Duty to Accommodate Religious Beliefs & Practices
    §  1.4   Religious Discrimination Claims Based on Hiring, Discipline, Promotion & Discharge
    §  1.5   Religious Harassment
    §  1.6   Retaliation for Religion-Related Complaints

    CHAPTER 2 SPECIAL TOPICS RELATED TO RELIGION IN THE WORKPLACE
    §  2.1   Constructive Discharge
    §  2.2   Religious Meetings in The Workplace
    §  2.3   Conflict Between Employer’s Religion & Employees’ Religious Beliefs
    §  2.4   Conflict Between Employer’s Diversity Efforts & Employees’ Religious Beliefs
    §  2.5   LGBT Community & Religious Discrimination

    CHAPTER 3 PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    §  3.1   General Preventive Measures
    §  3.2   Adopting a Religion in the Workplace Policy
    §  3.3   Sample Religion in the Workplace Policy
    §  3.4   Developing & Implementing Religious Accommodation Procedures
    §  3.5   Sample Religious Accommodation Policy
    §  3.6   Hiring Recommendations Post-Abercrombie

    Dionysia L. Johnson-Massie is a shareholder in the Atlanta office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Dionysia focuses her practice on federal employment discrimination, harassment, retaliation and wage-hour litigation and strategic compliance issues, including religious accommodation and diversity and inclusion strategies. She has extensive experience in handling religious accommodation matters for employers in a variety of industries. A dynamic presenter and thought leader on employment law topics, Dionysia has conducted numerous training sessions for clients and presented to business associations and organizations throughout the country. She is also a prolific writer on employment law topics, has authored several articles on cutting edge employment law issues and has been quoted in national and local publications. In addition to serving on Littler's Board of Directors for multiple terms, Dionysia co-founded and currently serves as Co-Chairperson of the firm's Diversity and Inclusion Council and of the Women's Leadership Team. She has been recognized, among other things, as a "Super Lawyer" for multiple years, a Senior Fellow with Litigation Counsel of America and one of Savoy Magazine's "Most Influential" African American lawyers in the country.
  • Littler on Workplace Safety/Prevention of Violence in the Workplace

    Author : Thomas Benjamin (Ben) Huggett, Bruce J. Sarchet, Terri M. Solomon

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    • Format: Softbound, 126 pages, Print Book
      ISBN: 9781522114840

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      ISBN: 9781522114857

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    Littler on Workplace Safety/Prevention of Violence in the Workplace
    This two-in-one title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Workplace Safety under the federal OSH Act and Prevention of Violence in the Workplace.

    Topics include:

          •  workplace inspections,
          •  injury/illness record-keeping,
          •  employer defenses,
          •  alleged perpetrator rights, and
          •  sample policies and training information.

    Part I - Littler on Workplace Safety: Overview of the Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act

    CHAPTER 1  OVERVIEW OF THE FEDERAL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT
    § 1.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2   FED-OSH ACT COVERAGE & JURISDICTION
    § 1.3   GENERAL EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES UNDER THE FEDOSH ACT
    § 1.4 I  NJURY & ILLNESS RECORDKEEPING & REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

    CHAPTER 2   WORKPLACE INSPECTIONS & PENALTIES
    § 2.1   INSPECTIONS
    § 2.2   ISSUANCE OF CITATIONS
    § 2.3   ASSESSMENT OF PENALTIES
    § 2.4   SETTLEMENTS & APPEALS
    § 2.5   EMPLOYER DEFENSES
    § 2.6  ADDITIONAL ISSUES: RETALIATION & RELATED LAWS

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   GENERAL STATE & FEDERAL OSHA COMPLIANCE

    Part II - Littler on Prevention of Violence in the Workplace

    CHAPTER 4   OVERVIEW OF WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
    § 4.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 4.2   EMPLOYERS' DUTIES & LEGAL OBLIGATIONS
    § 4.3   RIGHTS OF THE ALLEGED PERPETRATOR
    § 4.4   ROLE OF THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
    § 4.5   ROLE OF THE CIVIL COURT SYSTEM: RESTRAINING ORDERS
    § 4.6   STATE LAWS & WORKPLACE VIOLENCE

    CHAPTER 5   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 5.1   GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS IN HANDLING WORKPLACE VIOLENCE
    § 5.2   SAMPLE WORKPLACE VIOLENCE POLICY
    § 5.3   SAMPLE INTERNAL INCIDENT REPORT
    § 5.4   GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR ACTIVE SHOOTER TRAINING
    § 5.5   GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR A POST-INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN

    Thomas Benjamin (Ben) Huggett is a shareholder in the Philadelphia office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He has extensive experience with litigation arising under the federal Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Mine Safety and Health Act. Ben regularly defends clients in OSHA inspections and citations before the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission (OSHRC) and OSHA state plans in a variety of states. He also actively counsels employers on the development and implementation of safety and health policies and provides in-depth assistance evaluating OSHA compliance. Ben is a core member of the firm’s Workplace Safety Practice Group and regularly writes on workplace safety issues.


    Bruce J. Sarchet is a shareholder in the Sacramento office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He provides consultation and representation to businesses in a variety of industries, including food and beverage, healthcare, transportation, technology and construction. Bruce has particular experience in counseling clients and handling issues involving violence in the workplace, and has written and spoken on the topic for years. From 2005 to 2013, Bruce served on the firm's five-attorney Management Committee, which handles the firm’s operations. In this capacity, he oversaw thirteen Littler offices in seven states. Prior to his selection to the Management Committee, he served as the office managing shareholder for the firm’s Sacramento office and served several terms as a member of the firm's Board of Directors.


    Terri M. Solomon a shareholder in Littler's New York office, handles a wide range of employment and labor relations issues and a substantial portion of her practice involves counseling employers on ways to minimize the risk of litigation related to difficult business decisions, such as terminating long-term employees or handling difficult employees. She is a core member of the firm’s Workplace Safety and Health Practice Group and regularly counsels clients and provides training on workplace violence prevention. With substantial experience on workplace violence issues, Terri also frequently lectures and authors articles in this area, including hosting recent webinars on Workplace Violence Prevention in the Age of the "Active Shooter."


  • Littler on Leaves of Absence: Family, Medical, Pregnancy, Military & Civic Duty Leaves

    Author : Diane L. Kimberlin; Alexis C. Knapp; George R. Wood

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522114826

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    Littler on Leaves of Absence: Family, Medical, Pregnancy, Military & Civic Duty Leaves
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Family, Medical, Pregnancy, Military and Civic Duty Leaves.

    Topics include:

          •  qualifying reasons for taking leave;
          •  reinstatement obligations upon return;
          •  compensation during leave; and
          •  protections from discharge or discrimination.

    PART I - LITTLER ON LEAVES OF ABSENCE: FAMILY, MEDICAL & PREGNANCY

    CHAPTER 1   Overview of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    § 1.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2   COVERED EMPLOYERS & EMPLOYEES
    § 1.3   QUALIFYING REASONS FOR TAKING LEAVE
    § 1.4   HEALTH CARE PROVIDER'S CERTIFICATION
    § 1.5   LEAVE ENTITLEMENT
    § 1.6   NOTICE & DESIGNATION OF LEAVE REQUIREMENTS
    § 1.7   COMPENSATION DURING LEAVE
    § 1.8   EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS DURING LEAVE
    § 1.9   REINSTATEMENT FOLLOWING LEAVE
    § 1.10   NONDISCRIMINATION OBLIGATIONS
    § 1.11   RECORDKEEPING & NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
    § 1.12   SPECIAL RULES RELATED TO SPECIFIC WORKPLACES
    § 1.13   ENFORCEMENT OF RIGHTS

    CHAPTER 2   Interaction of the Family and Medical Leave Act with Other Laws
    § 2.1   STATE LEGISLATION ON FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE
    § 2.2   THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
    § 2.3   PAID SICK LEAVE LAWS

    CHAPTER 3   Overview of Pregnancy Leave
    § 3.1   LAWS PROTECTING PREGNANT EMPLOYEES
    § 3.2   EMPLOYMENT CONSIDERATIONS DURING PREGNANCY & AFTER

    CHAPTER 4   Practical Guidelines for Employers
    § 4.1   INITIAL STEPS IN COMPLYING WITH THE FMLA
    § 4.2   BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE LEAVES ADMINISTRATION PROCESS UNDER THE FMLA
    § 4.3   INFORMATION ON THE DEPARTMENT OF LABOR MODEL FORMS
    § 4.4   TEN COMMON EMPLOYER MISSTEPS IN HANDLING LEAVES REQUESTS

    PART II - LITTLER ON LEAVES OF ABSENCE: MILITARY & CIVIC DUTY LEAVES

    CHAPTER 5   Overview of Military Leave Protections Under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
    § 5.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 5.2   COVERED EMPLOYERS & EMPLOYEES
    § 5.3   QUALIFYING REASONS FOR TAKING LEAVE
    § 5.4   ADVANCE NOTICE & VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LEAVE
    § 5.5   DURATION & TIMING OF LEAVE
    § 5.6   COMPENSATION DURING LEAVE
    § 5.7   BENEFIT OBLIGATIONS
    § 5.8   REINSTATEMENT OBLIGATIONS
    § 5.9   PROTECTION FROM DISCHARGE OR DISCRIMINATION
    § 5.10   NOTICE REQUIREMENTS
    § 5.11   ENFORCEMENT OF RIGHTS

    CHAPTER 6   Overview of Military Family Leave Under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
    § 6.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 6.2   QUALIFYING EXIGENCY LEAVE
    § 6.3   MILITARY CAREGIVER LEAVE

    CHAPTER 7   Civic Duty Leave Under Federal Law
    § 7.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 7.2   ELIGIBLE EMPLOYEES FOR CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.3   ADVANCE NOTICE & VERIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.4   DURATION & TIMING OF CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.5   COMPENSATION DURING CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.6   BENEFIT OBLIGATIONS & CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.7   REINSTATEMENT OBLIGATIONS FOLLOWING CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.8   PROTECTION AGAINST DISCHARGE OR DISCRIMINATION FOR CIVIC DUTY LEAVE
    § 7.9   IMPACT OF COLLECTIVE BARGAINING OBLIGATIONS ON CIVIC DUTY LEAVE

    CHAPTER 8   Practical Guidelines for Employers
    § 8.1   MILITARY LEAVE EMPLOYER DOCUMENTATION
    § 8.2   SAMPLE CIVIC DUTY LEAVE POLICY

    Diane L. Kimberlin, a shareholder in Littler's Los Angeles-Century City office, represents both private companies and public entities in many facets of labor and employment law, including leaves of absence and accommodation issues. Diane is a core member of the firm's Leaves of Absence & Disability Accommodation Practice Group and provides clients with practical advice to help them navigate the tangle of state and federal laws governing leaves of absence and the duty to accommodate. She also guides clients through the process of discipline and termination decisions, the investigation of workplace harassment and other misconduct claims, and counsels them in their decisions to help meet business needs and show compliance with their legal duties as employers.


    Alexis C. Knapp, a shareholder in Littler's Houston office, is board certified in labor and employment law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and holds both Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) and Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM®) Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) certifications. She represents employers in a broad range of labor and employment law matters and appears in state and federal courts, and various federal and state agencies. Alexis is a core member of the firm's Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation Practice Group, and dedicates a significant portion of her practice to advice, counsel, policy work and litigation related to the FMLA, ADA and similar state laws. Alexis is an experienced speaker and trainer, and regularly develops customized training programs for employers and industry groups on a variety of employment law issues, including leaves of absence and disability accommodation.


    George R. Wood is a shareholder in the Minneapolis office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He is a core member of the firm’s Leave and Disability Accommodation Practice Group and regularly counsels clients on discrimination and leaves of absence issues. George has written extensively on the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and is Co-Editor of The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act by Bloomberg BNA. He also serves as Co-Chair of the USERRA Subcommittee for the Federal Labor Standards Legislation Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA).
  • Littler on Disability in the Workplace

    Author : Peter J. Petesch, Steven E. Kaplan, Alyson A. Smith

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522114864

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      ISBN: 9781522114871

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    Littler on Disability in the Workplace
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Disability in the Workplace.

    Topics include:

          •  who is protected by the ADA;
          •  what types of employers are subject to the ADA;
          •  reasonable accommodation; and
          •  sample policies and correspondence.

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF THE ADA
    § 1.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2   WHICH EMPLOYERS ARE SUBJECT TO THE ADA?
    § 1.3   WHO IS PROTECTED BY THE ADA?
    § 1.4   WHAT IS A DISABILITY?
    § 1.5   WHO IS A "QUALIFIED INDIVIDUAL WITH A DISABILITY"?
    § 1.6   WHAT IS A REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION?
    § 1.7   WHAT REMEDIES ARE AVAILABLE UNDER THE ADA?

    CHAPTER 2   ADDITIONAL ISSUES UNDER THE ADA
    § 2.1   MEDICAL INQUIRIES
    § 2.2   SPECIAL ISSUES RELATED TO ALCOHOLISM & DRUG ADDICTION
    § 2.3   DISABILITY-BASED HARASSMENT
    § 2.4   RETALIATION UNDER THE ADA

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   THE INTERACTIVE PROCESS
    § 3.2   SAMPLE ACCOMMODATION POLICY
    § 3.3   ACCOMMODATION WORKSHEET
    § 3.4   SAMPLE CORRESPONDENCE

    Peter J. Petesch is a shareholder in the Washington, D.C. office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He has more than 25 years of experience in representing employers in disability-related matters under both Titles I and III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and speaks and writes frequently on both areas. As a core member of the Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Leaves of Absence and Disability Accommodation Practice Groups, Peter has published numerous books and articles on the ADA for a variety of trade journals and has been quoted on labor and employment issues in the national media. He is the co-author of Disability Discrimination and the Workplace, published by Bloomberg BNA. Peter was also amicus counsel for the Society for Human Resource Management in four landmark ADA cases before the U.S. Supreme Court.


    Steven E. Kaplan, an associate in Littler's Washington, D.C. office, represents and counsels clients in a broad range of labor and employment law matters, particularly in the area of discrimination. He regularly appears before state and federal courts, as well as administrative agencies including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and defends employers against claims arising under the ADA. Steven is also a prolific writer on discrimination issues under both federal and Maryland law. Prior to joining Littler, Steven was an attorney at the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and interned at the EEOC.


    Alyson A. Smith, an associate in Littler's Denver office, represents employers in a wide range of labor and employment law matters before federal and state courts, as well as federal and state agencies. She advises clients on employment discrimination issues arising under the ADA and other antidiscrimination statutes. Alyson also counsels employers on issues relating to marijuana in the workplace to help them understand the scope of the law in various jurisdictions, including a particular emphasis on Colorado law. Prior to joining Littler, Alyson's practice also included the defense of class and collective actions, and representing government contractors in matters relating to the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).


  • Littler on Union Organizing & Collective Bargaining

    Author : Michael G. Pedhirney, Karen A. Sundermier

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
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      ISBN: 9781522114888

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    Littler on Union Organizing & Collective Bargaining
    This two-in-one title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Union Organizing and Collective Bargaining.

    Topics include:

          •  union organizing tactics,
          •  election procedures,
          •  common collective bargaining provisions and
          •  issues arising in the absence of a collective bargaining agreement.

    Part I - LITTLER ON UNION ORGANIZING

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF UNIONS & THE ELECTION PROCESS
    § 1.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2   BRIEF HISTORY OF UNIONS
    § 1.3   RECENT BOARD & DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ACTIVITY ON UNION ORGANIZING & ELECTIONS
    § 1.4   ELECTION PROCEDURES
    § 1.5   ELIGIBILITY TO VOTE IN UNION ELECTION & APPROPRIATE BARGAINING UNIT
    § 1.6   OVERTURNING AN ELECTION BECAUSE OF OBJECTIONABLE CONDUCT BY AN EMPLOYER OR UNION
    § 1.7   OVERTURNING AN ELECTION BECAUSE OF OBJECTIONABLE CONDUCT BY A THIRD PARTY
    § 1.8   OVERTURNING AN ELECTION BECAUSE OF BOARD CONDUCT

    CHAPTER 2   OVERVIEW OF UNION ORGANIZING
    § 2.1   TRADITIONAL UNION ORGANIZING TACTICS & STRATEGIES
    § 2.2   OTHER UNION ORGANIZING TACTICS & STRATEGIES
    § 2.3   UNION ORGANIZING WITHOUT A BOARD-CONDUCTED ELECTION
    § 2.4   DECERTIFICATION PROCESS: TRANSITION TO NONUNION STATUS

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   LAWFUL MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
    § 3.2   LAWFUL EMPLOYER CONDUCT APPLICABLE TO ORGANIZING DRIVES
    § 3.3   LAWFUL & UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY DURING A UNION ORGANIZING DRIVE

    Part II - LITTLER ON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
    CHAPTER 4   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING: LEGAL FRAMEWORK
    § 4.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 4.2   BASIC BARGAINING DUTIES
    § 4.3   BARGAINING SUBJECTS
    § 4.4   COMMON COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROVISIONS

    CHAPTER 5   ISSUES ARISING IN THE ABSENCE OF AN AGREEMENT
    § 5.1   REFUSAL-TO-BARGAIN CHARGES
    § 5.2   BARGAINING PAST CONTRACT EXPIRATION
    § 5.3   USE OF ECONOMIC WEAPONS
    § 5.4   LABOR'S RESPONSE TO CORPORATE REORGANIZATIONS

    CHAPTER 6   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 6.1   COLLECTIVE BARGAINING GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
    § 6.2   STEPS TO MINIMIZE EFFECT OF "REFUSAL TO BARGAIN" CHARGE
    § 6.3   SAMPLE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING PROVISIONS

    Michael G. Pedhirney is a shareholder in the San Francisco office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. Michael focuses on the representation of management in a broad range of labor and employment law matters, particularly collective bargaining and matters before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). In addition to appearing in state and federal courts and before the NLRB, Michael also represents employers in collective bargaining and handles arbitrations and mediations.


    Karen A. Sundermier, in her current role as a Knowledge Management Counsel for Littler, helped design Littler LaborSmart®, an interactive, online tool that allows in-house legal and labor relations professionals to access all of their company's collective bargaining agreements in a structured, searchable database. The tool allows companies to swiftly identify and compare language for contract administration, grievance and negotiation purposes. Prior to turning her focus to offering strategic and innovative service solutions, Karen represented employers in a broad spectrum of labor matters and assisted employers with representation elections and collective bargaining as a Littler associate. She currently serves as an editor for Littler's publications on labor relations topics.


  • Littler on Protection of Business Information & Restrictive Covenants

    Author : Jacqueline C. Johnson, M. Scott McDonald

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Protection of Business Information & Restrictive Covenants
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Protection of Business Information and Restrictive Covenants.

    Topics include:

          •  use of restrictive covenants,
          •  conducting a trade secret audit,
          •  protecting company information with prospective employees and new hires, and
          •  actions to stop misuse of company trade secrets.

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF THE LAW OF TRADE SECRETS
    § 1.1   Introduction
    § 1.2   Trade Secret Protections under the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016
    § 1.3   Trade Secret Protections under the Economic Espionage Act of 1996
    § 1.4   Trade Secret Protections under the Computer Fraud & Abuse Act
    § 1.5   Trade Secret Protections under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act

    CHAPTER 2   OVERVIEW OF THE LAW OF RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS
    § 2.1   Types of Restrictive Covenants
    § 2.2   Use of Restrictive Covenants
    § 2.3   Enforceability of Restrictive Covenants

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   Conducting a Trade Secret Audit
    § 3.2   Safeguards for Maintaining Trade Secret Status
    § 3.3   Safeguards for Maintaining Trade Secret Status with Third Parties
    § 3.4   Sample Electronic Resources Policy
    § 3.5   Potential Costs & Benefits of Noncompetes
    § 3.6   Protecting Company Information with Prospective Employees & New Hires
    § 3.7   Protecting Company Information When the Employment Relationship Ends

    Jacqueline C. Johnson is a shareholder in the Dallas office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. She devotes her practice to employment litigation and counseling, with particular experience in trade secret and wrongful competition litigation and drafting and enforcement of multi-state compliant non-competition agreements. Jackie has handled several high-profile non-competition matters, one of which recently garnered national attention. She is the Co-Chair of Littler's Unfair Competition and Trade Secrets Practice Group and regularly authors client updates on developments in noncompetition law. Jackie also co-authored Unfair Competition and Intellectual Property Protection in Employment Law, a comprehensive treatise on noncompete agreements and unfair competition litigation for Bloomberg BNA.


    M. Scott McDonald, a shareholder in Littler's Dallas office, has extensive experience litigating and consulting on behalf of management regarding a variety of employment topics. He focuses specifically on wrongful termination litigation and unfair competition disputes and trade secret protection. Among his notable successes, Scott secured injunctions enforcing non-compete agreements in three consecutive cases involving quantitative analysts in the high frequency trading industry. He has served as counsel for amicus curiae that pursued arguments for the use of a new non-compete test and partial reversal of the Texas Supreme Court's interpretation of Texas law on non-compete agreements. Scott also coauthored the Bloomberg BNA treatise, Unfair Competition and Intellectual Property Protection in Employment Law, with Jackie.


  • Littler on Federal Wage & Hour Obligations

    Author : Andrew J. Voss, Joshua B. Waxman

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522114949

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    Littler on Federal Wage & Hour Obligations
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Federal Wage and Hour Obligations.

    Topics include:

          •  exemptions from minimum wage;
          •  FLSA requirements;
          •  wage obligations for federal contractors; and
          •  wage & hour issues for a compliance audit.

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF FEDERAL WAGE & HOUR LAW
    § 1.1   FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
    § 1.2   COVERAGE UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
    § 1.3   EXEMPTIONS FROM MINIMUM WAGE & OVERTIME OBLIGATIONS
    § 1.4   MINIMUM WAGE OBLIGATION UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
    § 1.5   OVERTIME OBLIGATION UNDER THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
    § 1.6   WAGE PAYMENTS & DETERMINING HOURS WORKED FOR MINIMUM WAGE & OVERTIME
    § 1.7   ADDITIONAL FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT REQUIREMENTS
    § 1.8   ENFORCEMENT OF WAGE & HOUR LAWS

    CHAPTER 2   OVERVIEW OF FEDERAL COMPENSATION LAW FOR GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS
    § 2.1   GOVERNING LAWS
    § 2.2   PREVAILING WAGE OBLIGATIONS

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   PRACTICAL STEPS TO HELP MINIMIZE WAGE & HOUR CLAIMS
    § 3.2   BASIC WAGE & HOUR ISSUES FOR A COMPLIANCE AUDIT

    Andrew J. Voss is the office managing shareholder for the Minneapolis office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He is a core member of the firm's Wage and Hour Practice Group and represents employers in collective, class and hybrid actions brought under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and state wage and hour laws. Andrew has defeated conditional certification in a number of threatened nationwide collective actions and has resolved many other cases involving complicated legal issues that arise in wage and hour litigation. His practice also focuses on consulting with a wide range of employers on wage and hour compliance, as well as recommending best practices and strategies to reduce the risk of class litigation. Andrew is a frequent editor of the firm's wage and hour-related publications.


    Joshua B. Waxman, a shareholder in Littler's Washington, D.C. office, has substantial experience advising, managing and litigating wage and hour class and collective actions for clients in a variety of industries. He has handled a wide range of wage and hour matters, including claims alleging: misclassification; "off-the-clock" work; failure to provide meal periods and rest breaks; improper calculation of overtime compensation; failure to reimburse for business expenses; and joint employment with respect to wage and hour issues. Josh also advises employers with respect to compliance measures that may help reduce the risk of wage and hour disputes. In addition to editorial oversight for many of the firm's publications on wage and hour law, Josh is also a chapter editor for the Collective Actions chapter (Chapter 19) of the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Labor and Employment Law's Fair Labor Standards Act treatise published by Bloomberg BNA.


  • Littler on I-9 Compliance & Work Authorization Visas

    Author : Jorge R. Lopez, Hector R. Galeano

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522114925

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      ISBN: 9781522114932

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    Littler on I-9 Compliance & Work Authorization Visas
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding I-9 Compliance and Work Authorization Visas.

    Topics include:

          •  the Immigration Reform and Control Act;
          •  nonimmigrant and immigrant visa status;
          •  B-1, E-1, E-2, H-1, H-3, F-1, J-1, L-1, M-1, O-1 and TN visas; and
          •  social security numbers.

    CHAPTER 1   OVERVIEW OF I-9 REQUIREMENTS
    § 1.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2   FORM I-9 COMPLIANCE
    § 1.3   E-VERIFY
    § 1.4   IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT: ANTIDISCRIMINATION RULES
    § 1.5   IMMIGRATION REFORM AND CONTROL ACT: ENFORCEMENT § 1.6   RELATED CRIMINAL PENALTIES
    § 1.7   SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS & TAX LAWS

    CHAPTER 2   OVERVIEW OF WORK AUTHORIZATION VISA CATEGORIES
    § 2.1   INTRODUCTION
    § 2.2   NONIMMIGRANT & IMMIGRANT VISA STATUS
    § 2.3   VISITOR VISAS (B-1 & B-2)
    § 2.4   STUDENT & TRAINING VISAS (F-1 & J-1)
    § 2.5   WORK-AUTHORIZED VISAS (E-1 & E-2, H, L, O)
    § 2.6   COUNTRY-SPECIFIC WORK VISAS (TN & E-3)

    CHAPTER 3   PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1   COMMON MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE IN I-9 PREPARATION
    § 3.2   INTERNAL FORM I-9 AUDIT & CORRECTION INSTRUCTIONS
    § 3.3   REQUESTING & HANDLING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBERS
    § 3.4   SAMPLE SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER STATEMENT
    § 3.5   PROCEDURES FOR OBTAINING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
    § 3.6   NONIMMIGRANT (TEMPORARY) CLASSIFICATIONS
    § 3.7   E-1 TREATY TRADER & E-2 TREATY INVESTOR VISAS
    § 3.8   SCHEDULED PROFESSIONS ELIGIBLE FOR TN STATUS
    § 3.9   SAMPLE DOCUMENTATION IN SUPPORT OF O-1 VISA

    Jorge R. Lopez is a shareholder in the Miami office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law, and chair of the firm's Global Mobility & Immigration Practice Group. He has practiced immigration law for more than 28 years and focuses on corporate immigration, processing temporary and permanent corporate visa petitions, and all aspects of the Immigration and Nationality Act regarding visa benefits and federal I-9 immigration compliance. Jorge often appears before the Department of Homeland Security on immigration benefits and compliance matters, as well as before the Department of State and other state entities regulating immigration compliance. He also represents clients in international forums on global migration issues.

    Board-certified in immigration and nationality law by the Florida Bar, Jorge has advised multinational companies on how to meet their global workforce needs and on the management of I-9 audits and federal investigations. He also has actively managed the worldwide transfer of staff for a number of multinational companies. Additionally, Jorge provides advice on immigration-related employment discrimination, as regulated by the Office of the Special Counsel for Immigration Related Employment Discrimination. He has developed training programs for in-house legal teams and managers at client sites related to immigration compliance modules involving I-9 and visa issues.


    Hector R. Galeano, an associate in Littler's Miami office, focuses his legal career on global mobility and immigration. He handles all aspects of business visas and complex removal proceedings. He has prepared non-immigrant and immigrant visa filings with the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of State and drafted labor certifications for submission with the Department of Labor. Prior to joining Littler, Hector appeared before the immigration court handling complex removal proceedings, asylum cases, and family based immigration matters. He has also worked with local counsel to prepare employment visas for other countries such as Brazil, the U.K., Canada and India.


  • Littler on Government Contractors & Equal Employment Opportunity Obligations

    Author : David Goldstein, Michael L. Childers

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781522114963

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      ISBN: 9781522114970

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    Littler on Government Contractors & Equal Employment Opportunity Obligations
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Government Contractors and EEO Obligations.

    Topics include:

          •  OFCCP jurisdiction;
          •  types of OFCCP audits;
          •  state and local affirmative action obligations; and
          •  directives & initiatives from the Obama administration.

    CHAPTER 1  OVERVIEW OF OFCCP COVERAGE & JURISDICTION
    § 1.1  INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2  COVERAGE
    § 1.3  JURISDICTION

    CHAPTER 2  OVERVIEW OF OBLIGATIONS ENFORCED BY THE OFCCP
    § 2.1  AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN & RELATED OBLIGATIONS OF SUPPLY & SERVICE CONTRACTORS
    § 2.2  AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN & RELATED OBLIGATIONS OF FEDERAL CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS
    § 2.3  AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN & RELATED OBLIGATIONS OF FEDERALLY ASSISTED CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS
    § 2.4  SELF-ANALYSIS OBLIGATIONS
    § 2.5  TYPES OF AUDITS BY THE OFCCP
    § 2.6  OTHER OBLIGATIONS APPLICABLE TO FEDERAL CONTRACTORS
    § 2.7  OBAMA ADMINISTRATION DIRECTIVES & INITIATIVES

    CHAPTER 3  PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1  IMPLEMENTING AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION PLAN: OVERVIEW FOR SUPPLY & SERVICE CONTRACTORS
    § 3.2  IMPLEMENTING SECTION 503 & VIETNAM ERA VETERANS READJUSTMENT ASSISTANCE ACT RULES: OVERVIEW OF ISSUES
    § 3.3  STATE & LOCAL AFFIRMATIVE ACTION OBLIGATIONS

    David Goldstein is a shareholder in the Minneapolis office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. David devotes a significant portion of his practice to assisting employers with the preparation and approval of affirmative action plans and to representing government contractors in connection with Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP), state and local compliance reviews. He is the Co-Chair of Littler's Government Contractors Industry Group and OFCCP Practice Group and, in 2014, testified before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Workforce Protections providing insight on how healthcare employers are making strategic decisions based on possible OFCCP actions.


    Michael L. Childers, an associate in Littler's Washington, D.C. office, advises companies on a variety of employment and labor law matters. He primarily focuses on compliance with affirmative action and equal employment opportunity laws and uses a data-driven approach in preparing affirmative action plans, responding to OFCCP requests for information and preparing desk audit submissions. He has experience assisting clients in preparing reports necessary under various state affirmative action laws and the Canadian Employment Equity Act.
  • Littler on Employment Testing: Polygraphs, Mental & Physical Examinations, Drug Testing & Workplace Substance Abuse

    Author : Dale L. Deitchler, Stephen D. Dellinger and Nancy N. Delogu

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler on Employment Testing: Polygraphs, Mental & Physical Examinations, Drug Testing & Workplace Substance Abuse
    This title in the Littler National Employer Series provides practical information every practicing attorney or human resources professional needs to know about the federal guidelines surrounding Employment Testing.

    Topics include:

          •  drug & alcohol testing;
          •  genetic testing;
          •  psychological and personality testing; and
          •  polygraph tests.

    § 1  EMPLOYMENT TESTING
    § 1.1  INTRODUCTION
    § 1.2  EMPLOYMENT TESTING BASICS
    § 1.3  POLYGRAPHS & LIE DETECTOR TESTS
    § 1.4  HONESTY & INTEGRITY TESTS
    § 1.5  PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING
    § 1.6  PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS
    § 1.7  GENETIC TESTING & GENETIC INFORMATION OBTAINED DURING TESTING

    § 2  DRUG TESTING & LAWS IMPLICATING WORKPLACE SUBSTANCE ABUSE
    § 2.1  INTRODUCTION
    § 2.2  DRUG & ALCOHOL TESTING BASICS
    § 2.3  GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRING EMPLOYER ACTION
    § 2.4  LEGAL CHALLENGES & RESTRICTIONS ON DRUG TESTING
    § 2.5  MARIJUANA LEGALIZATION EFFORTS & THE WORKPLACE
    § 2.6  ADDRESSING SUBSTANCE ABUSE THROUGH MEANS OTHER THAN TESTING
    § 2.7  SUBSTANCE ABUSE: REHABILITATION & PREVENTION

    § 3  PRACTICAL GUIDELINES FOR EMPLOYERS
    § 3.1  POLYGRAPH TESTS: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES
    § 3.2  HONESTY TESTS: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES
    § 3.3  PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES
    § 3.4  PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES
    § 3.5  GENETIC SCREENING: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES
    § 3.6  DRUG TESTING: EMPLOYER GUIDELINES

    Dale L. Deitchler, a shareholder in Littler's Minneapolis office, represents management in a variety of labor law, labor relations and standards, including: labor negotiations; arbitrations; unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board; and minimum wage and overtime proceedings before the Employment Standards Administration’s Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor.

    Renowned for his knowledge on drug and alcohol testing, Dale also has extensive knowledge of both federal and state Department of Transportation policies and regulations. He counsels clients on a wide variety of employment law issues, offering advice and practical solutions about: the Family and Medical Leave Act and other leaves of absence; discipline and discharge; employment discrimination; employment and non-competition agreements; and unemployment compensation. He also is a contributing author to a number of nationally recognized labor and employment law publications.


    Stephen D. Dellinger is a shareholder in the Charlotte Office of Litter Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He advises and represents employers and management in a broad range of employment law matters and labor issues. His practice focuses on employment-related litigation involving: Title VII; the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA); the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA); wage and hour issues; and labor matters under the National Labor Relations Act. He also handles wage and hour and discrimination class and collective actions and routinely appears before federal, state and administrative agencies.

    In addition to his litigation practice, Stephen briefs employment issues on appeal in state and federal courts. He also prepares and reviews policy and procedure manuals and employee handbooks. Stephen counsels clients on employment-related legal issues, including Title VII, the ADA, the ADEA, the FMLA, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and other federal and state laws and regulations. He also advises and defends retail and hospitality clients with regard to accessibility issues under Title III of the ADA. Additionally, he presents seminars for clients and employer organizations on a variety of employment law topics.
    Nancy N. Delogu is a shareholder in Littler's Washington, D.C. office. She defends management in a range of employment disputes. She regularly appears before federal and state courts and administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and related state and local agencies. She has specific experience with claims involving: Title VII; ADA; the Omnibus Transportation Employee Testing Act; the Older Workers Benefit Protection Act; the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act; and state drug-testing and drug-free workplace laws.

    Nancy is a recognized authority on federal and state drug-free workplace and drug-testing issues and has drafted dozens of substance-abuse prevention policies, including Department of Transportation-mandated programs. She also helps DOT-regulated employers comply with regulations and requirements addressing workplace safety and medical certification. She also counsels clients on implementing reductions-in-force that comply with the federal OWBP and WARN acts and similar state statutes.

    Nancy is a frequent presenter and trainer on harassment avoidance, conducting lawful investigations, and drug and alcohol testing. She has testified before the United States Commission of Civil Rights regarding the ADA and substance abuse. She is former counsel and associate director of the Institute for a Drug-Free Workplace.


  • Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition

    Author : The Attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition
    Written by the attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group, Employment Law Class Actions provides a comprehensive review of the strategic, procedural and legal issues that arise in such matters.

    The Third Edition includes an extensive expansion and reorganization of the publication and features a host of new and significant developments in this ever changing area of law, including:

    • A comprehensive update of significant case law.

    • An expansive discussion of the Supreme Court's decision in Dukes v. Wal-Mart and its impact on class actions.

    • New issues and developments in FLSA collective actions and California state law wage and hour class actions (which currently comprise approximately 90% of all employment class actions filed).

    • A new chapter covering issues related to e-discovery.

    • Discussion of unique issues regarding the CAFA appeals process.

    • New developments regarding EEOC pattern and practice cases.

    • Emerging trends in standards of admissibility of expert testimony regarding class certification; the role of statistical, anecdotal, and social science evidence; and application of the Daubert standard post-Dukes.

    • Further evolution of case law regarding enforceability of arbitration agreements in class and collective actions and the validity of class action waivers (including U.S. Supreme Court's decision in AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion and the NLRB's decision in D.R. Horton).

    • Developments in pre-certification communication with potential class members and other pre-certification discovery issues.

    • Recent developments in California class actions under the Private Attorneys General Act.
    CHAPTER 1-INTRODUCTION
    CHAPTER 2-ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS IN CLASS OR COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 3-THE CLASS ACTION FAIRNESS ACT
    CHAPTER 4-DEFENSES & RESPONSES TO THE PLEADINGS
    CHAPTER 5-GENERAL DISCOVERY ISSUES
    CHAPTER 6-E-DISCOVERY ISSUES
    CHAPTER 7-PRE-CERTIFICATION MOTIONS FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
    CHAPTER 8-EXPERT EVIDENCE & CLASS ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 9-CLASS CERTIFICATION UNDER RULE 23
    CHAPTER 10-THE FLSA & SECTION 216(B) COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 11-CLASS ACTIONS UNDER CALIFORNIA LAW
    CHAPTER 12-NOTICE OF CLASS CERTIFICATION
    CHAPTER 13-SETTLING CLASS ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 14-REDUCING THE RISK OF CLASS & COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    APPENDICES
    INDEX
    With over 950 attorneys and 57 offices throughout the U.S. and globally, Littler Mendelson, P.C. is the world's largest U.S.-based labor and employment law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in employment and labor law matters. Areas of practice include wrongful termination and class action litigation, equal employment opportunity, wage and hour regulation, employee benefits, occupational safety and health law, privacy and data protection, labor-management relations, unemployment and disability benefits, workers' compensation, immigration and global migration, and international employment and labor law.

    The firm's client base ranges from Fortune 500 companies to small business owners. Established in 1942, Littler has litigated, mediated, and negotiated some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record. Littler has extensive resources to address the needs of multi-national clients, from navigating international employment laws and labor relations issues to applying corporate policies worldwide.

    This publication was written by the attorneys of Littler's Class Action Practice Group.
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  • Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide

    Author : Kerry E. Notestine
    Littler Mendelson, P.C.

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    Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide
    Trials in employment cases are different than other types of civil trials. Lawyers can make critical mistakes if they attempt to present an employment case to a judge or jury the same way they would present a personal injury or commercial litigation case.

    Kerry E. Notestine draws on his 20 years of trying employment cases, as well as the collective experience of Littler Mendelson's 750 lawyers, to address each phase of a trial. While the book was written from the employer's perspective, all lawyers can learn from his insights.

    This book is a practical guide and the first definitive, full-length treatment of how to try employment cases. It is designed to prepare the seasoned employment lawyer, junior litigation associate, or personal injury lawyer for the unique aspects of trying an employment case. The book provides practical information for:

    • Law firms that specialize in employment issues

    • Employment departments of multi-practice firms

    • Corporate legal departments

    • Litigators who handle employment cases on a periodic basis

    • Employment practices liability insurance lawyers

    The companion CD-ROM contains the full text of the book as well as the full text of all cases referenced.
    Chapter 1: Introduction
    Chapter 2: Developing a Theme for the Case
    Chapter 3: Trial Preparation: Trial Notebook, Trial Brief & Pretiral Motions
    Chapter 4: Voir Dire & Jury Selection
    Chapter 5: Opening Statements
    Chapter 6: Presentation of Evidence
    Chapter 7: Experts
    Chapter 8: Remedies
    Chapter 9: Trial Motions & the Jury Charge
    Chapter 10: Closing Arguments
    Chapter 11: Arbitrations, Bench Trials & Injunction Proceedings

    The book also includes samples of documents necessary for an employment law trial, such as:

    •   Trial Brief
    •   Motion in Limine
    •   Motion for Judgment as a Matter of Law
    •   Jury Charge
    •   Voir Dire Examination
    •   Opening Statement
    •   Witness Examinations
    •   Transcript of Closing Argument
    Kerry Notestine is a shareholder/partner with Littler Mendelson, P.C. in Houston, Texas. Littler Mendelson is the largest law firm in the United States representing management exclusively in the area of employment and labor law. He represents employers in all aspects of employment matters including: employment litigation under federal, state, and local antidiscrimination statutes and the common law; administrative proceedings before various federal and state governmental agencies, such as, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration; union/management relations; and the employment aspects of mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Notestine is board certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

    Mr. Notestine is a frequent writer and speaker on employment matters before business and professional groups. He has published articles in THE TEXAS LAWYER, THE HOUSTON LAWYER and LAW.COM as well as chapters in FUNDAMENTALS OF EMPLOYMENT LAW and THE PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE TO DEFENSE OF EPL CLAIMS. He is a member of the Texas State Bar and a former chair of the Employer/Employee Relations Committee of the Tort and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association.

    Mr. Notestine received his B.A. degree, cum laude from DePauw University in 1979, his J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1983, and his M.A. in Legal History from the University of Virginia in 1985. Prior to becoming a shareholder with Littler Mendelson, Mr. Notestine was an associate and partner with Bracewell & Patterson, LLP for fourteen years.
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  • The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Fourth Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Fourth Edition
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    Features of this 5-Volume Set include:

    •  Written by top attorneys and scholars from around the globe and edited by attorneys of Littler's International Practice Group.

    •  Written for:

        •  corporate counsel
        •  cross-border legal practitioners
        •  human resources professionals

    •  Designed to allow readers to easily compile information on one issue from multiple countries - in a matter of minutes.

    •  Each country provides answers to the same questions facilitating comparison across 60 countries and the EU.

    •  Questions are organized by topics; topics logically follow the employment cycle - from hiring, to compensation, to termination - enabling readers to quickly find an answer within a country.

    Topics covered include:

    •  Sources of Law
    •  Hiring
    •  Employment Contracts
    •  Discrimination
    •  Compensation
    •  Time Off from Work
    •  Benefits
    •  Taxation
    •  Intellectual Property
    •  Codes of Conduct
    •  Employment Information & Privacy
    •  Representation of Workers
    •  Workplace Safety
    •  Termination of Employment
    •  Collective Dismissals, Business Cessation & Sale of a Business
    •  Key Traps to Avoid

    Also includes an overview of:

    •  Extraterritorial Application of US Laws
    •  Self-Governance in Global Employment Standards

    Chapters include:

    •  European Union
    •  Angola NEW!
    •  Argentina
    •  Australia
    •  Austria
    •  Belgium
    •  Brazil
    •  Canada
    •  Chile
    •  China
    •  Colombia
    •  Costa Rica
    •  Cyprus
    •  Czech Republic
    •  Denmark
    •  Dominican Republic NEW!
    •  Egypt
    •  El Salvador NEW!
    •  England
    •  Estonia
    •  France
    •  Germany
    •  Hong Kong
    •  Hungary
    •  India
    •  Indonesia
    •  Ireland
    •  Israel
    •  Italy
    •  Japan
    •  Jordan
    •  Latvia
    •  Lebanon
    •  Lithuania
    •  Luxembourg
    •  Malaysia
    •  Mexico
    •  Mozambique NEW!
    •  Netherlands
    •  Nigeria
    •  Panama NEW!
    •  Philippines
    •  Poland
    •  Puerto Rico
    •  Qatar
    •  Romania
    •  Saudi Arabia
    •  Singapore
    •  Slovakia
    •  South Africa
    •  South Korea
    •  Spain
    •  Switzerland
    •  Taiwan
    •  Thailand
    •  United Arab Emirates
    •  United States of America
    •  Venezuela
    •  Vietnam
    •  Virgin Islands of the United States

    This publication also includes a CD-ROM containing the full text of the book.

    I. Sources of Law
    II. Hiring
    III. Employment Contracts
    IV. Discrimination in Employment
    V. Compensation
    VI. Time Off from Work
    VII. Benefits
    VIII. Taxation
    IX. Intellectual Property
    X. Codes of Conduct
    XI. Employment Information & Privacy
    XII. Representation of Workers
    XIII. Workplace Safety
    XIV. Termination of Employment
    XV. Collective Dismissals (Layoffs), Business Cessation & Sale of a Business
    XVI. Key Traps to Avoid
    Angola: Abreu Advogados-Abreu International Legal Solutions and FBL Advogados
    Argentina: MBB Balado Bevilacqua Abogados
    Australia: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Austria: Wolf Theiss
    Belgium: Stibbe
    Brazil: Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados
    Canada: Fasken Martineau Dumoulin
    Chile: Philippi, Yrarrazaval, Pulido & Brunner Ltda.
    China: TransAsia Lawyers
    Colombia: Godoy Cordoba Abogados
    Costa Rica: BDS Asesores Juridicos S.A.
    Cyprus: George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC
    Czech Republic: Randl Partners
    Denmark: Norrbom Vinding
    Dominican Republic: BDS Asesores
    Egypt: Shalakany Law Office
    El Salvador: BDS Asesores, S.A. DE C.V.
    England: Weightmans LLP
    Estonia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    European Union: Marx Van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners and Lewis Silkin LLP
    France: EY Societe d'Avocats
    Germany: vanguard
    Hong Kong: Ribeiro Hui
    Hungary: Gobert Law Office
    India: Nishith Desai Associates
    Indonesia: Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
    Ireland: Matheson
    Israel: Herzog, Fox & Neeman
    Italy: LabLaw Studio Legale
    Japan: Anderson Mori & Tomotsune
    Jordan: Nabulsi & Associates
    Latvia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    Lebanon: Levant Law Practice
    Lithuania: LAWIN
    Luxembourg: MOLITOR, Avocat a la Cour
    Malaysia: Skrine
    Mexico: Littler, De la Vega y Conde, S.C.
    Mozambique: CGA-Couto, Graca e Associados
    Netherlands: Rutgers & Posch
    Nigeria: Templars (Barristers & Solicitors)
    Panama: BDS Asesores
    Philippines: Angara Abello Concepcion Regala and Cruz Law Offices (ACCRALAW)
    Poland: Ksiazek & Bigaj Legal Office Limited Partnership
    Puerto Rico: Schuster Aguilo LLC
    Qatar: Levant Law Practice, in association with Rashed Bin Raja Al Marri Law Office
    Romania: S.P.R.L. Menzer & Bachmann-Noerr
    Saudi Arabia: Levant Law Practice, in association with The Law Firm of Adnan H. Yaseen
    Singapore: Ashurst
    Slovakia: PRK Partners s.r.o.
    South Africa: ENSafrica
    South Korea: Kim & Chang
    Spain: Cuatrecasas, Goncalves Pereira
    Switzerland: Walder Wyss Ltd
    Taiwan: Winkler Partners Attorneys at Law of Taiwan and Foreign Legal Affairs
    Thailand: Siam City Law Offices Limited
    United Arab Emirates: Afridi & Angell
    United States: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Venezuela: Juan Carlos Varela & Associates
    Vietnam: Russin & Vecchi LLC
    Virgin Islands of the United States: Littler Mendelson, P.C.

  • Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Sixth Edition

    Author : Edward T. Ellis and Gregory C. Keating

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Sixth Edition
    Written by Edward T. Ellis, Gregory C. Keating and the Attorneys of Littler's Whistleblowing and Corporate Ethics Practice Group.

    Highlights of developments covered by the Sixth Edition include:

    •  NEW expanded chapters on federal whistleblower protections under the False Claims Act, OSHA, ACA and other acts
    •  Comprehensive update of significant legislation, case law and agency decisions since December 2015, including:
         ◦ Deep analysis on the protections given to employees at the state level across the United States
         ◦ Dramatic developments under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including the implications of civil provisions of section 806 of SOX, and the remedial scheme implemented to enforce it
         ◦ Developments in hot topic areas like The "Stepping Out of the Role" defense, cybersecurity and retaliatory acts outside the employment context
         ◦ Developments in the extraterritorial application of SOX and Dodd-Frank, and new legislation regarding whistleblower protections and data privacy outside the U.S.

    CHAPTER 1 — OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPEMENTS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATON LAW
    CHAPTER 2 — THE ELEMENTS OF A RETALIATION CLAIM
    CHAPTER 3 — RETALIATION ISSUES ARISING UNDER SPECIFIC STATUTES
    CHAPTER 4 — THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT
    CHAPTER 5 — THE DODD-FRANK WALL STREET REFORM AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
    CHAPTER 6 — WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS UNDER THE FEDERAL FALSE CLAIMS ACT
    CHAPTER 7 — OTHER FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS
    CHAPTER 8 — STATE WHISTLEBLOWER LEGISLATION
    CHAPTER 9 — THE COMMON LAW: RETALIATORY DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 10 — BREAKING NEW GROUND: HOT TOPICS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CASES
    CHAPTER 11 — REDUCING THE RISK OF LIABILITY FOR WHISTLEBLOWING & RETALIATION CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 12 — INTERNATIONAL WHISTLEBLOWING ISSUES
    CHAPTER 13 — WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CLAIMS BY IN-HOUSE COUNSEL & COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
    INDEX

    Edward T. Ellis is a shareholder in the Philadelphia Office of Littler Mendelson, P.C., the largest U.S.-based law firm exclusively devoted to representing management in labor and employment law. He is also Co-Chair of the firm's Whistleblowing and Corporate Ethics Practice Group. For over 30 years, Mr. Ellis has defended employers in labor and employment lawsuits, including many federal statutory and constitutional retaliation cases. He has tried more than 40 cases to verdict before juries and has represented clients at hundreds of bench trials, arbitrations and administrative proceedings. He has tried federal and state court cases involving: the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, Title VII, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

    Mr. Ellis also has extensive knowledge of common law wrongful discharge cases and ERISA litigation. He has appeared before federal and state courts across the country, and he tried and won the first case tried in the federal court system on Court TV.

    Prior to entering private practice in 1988, Mr. Ellis spent five and a half years as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. There, he handled district court and appellate civil litigation involving the United States and its agencies with a concentration in: labor matters; employment discrimination cases; procurement fraud and government contract issues. He also was a staff attorney with the U.S. Department of Labor Office of the Regional Solicitor in Philadelphia.


    Gregory C. Keating chairs Choate, Hall & Stewart LLP's Labor, Employment & Benefits and Whistleblower Defense Groups. He is recognized as a national authority in the area of whistleblowing and retaliation. He regularly conducts investigations and litigates a wide range of whistleblower cases and has extensive experience handling matters arising under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Dodd-Frank Act, the False Claims Act and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

    In 2012, Mr. Keating was nominated to serve as a management representative on the Whistleblower Protection Advisory Committee by US Senators Michael Enzi and Johnny Isakson and was later appointed by Hilda Solis, US Secretary of Labor. In 2014, current US Secretary of Labor Thomas Perez re-appointed Mr. Keating to serve another two-year term. In spring of 2014 he testified before the US Senate at a hearing on whistleblower protections.

    Mr. Keating has been named in America's Leading Lawyers for Business by Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers. In addition, he serves on the Board of Advisors to the National Employment Law Institute. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Keating was a sixth grade teacher. He has continued his work in education by counseling and advising schools, and currently represents a number of prominent private schools in New England.


  • The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition
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    NOTE:   At this time, Littler Mendelson has put The National Employer on hold for the purpose of revamping and improving its organization, structure and content. New versions of all the titles in the Employer Series of books are planned to begin releasing within the next several months.

    The National Employer® provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to federal employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the publication contains recent case law and legislative developments, multi-state surveys of employment laws, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    Searchable CD-ROM contains the contents of the book as well as the full text of cases referenced.

    Here are some of the topics you will find covered inside The National Employer:

    • Class and Collective Actions

    • Contingent Workforce

    • Discrimination and Harassment

    • EEO Law for Government Contractors

    • Innovative Hiring Strategies

    • Employee Privacy Rights and the Digital Workplace

    • Leaves of Absence

    • Wage and Hour Issues

    • Overview of Recent Federal Legislative Changes

    • And More!


    The National Employer® is also available in these versions:

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    <VOLUME I

    CHAPTER 1 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE
    CHAPTER 2 LITTLER'S WASHINGTON, D.C. REPORT: FEDERAL LEGISLATIVE, EXECUTIVE & REGULATORY DEVELOPMENTS
    CHAPTER 3 EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW: A BASIC OVERVIEW
    CHAPTER 4 HARASSMENT IN THE WORKPLACE
    CHAPTER 5 DISABILITY DISCRIMINATION
    CHAPTER 6 RELIGION IN THE WORKPLACE
    CHAPTER 7 50-STATE SURVEY OF WRONGFUL DISCHARGE LAW
    CHAPTER 8 EMPLOYMENT TORTS: HIGH RISK COMPONENTS OF WRONGFUL DISCHARGE LAWSUITS
    CHAPTER 9 EMPLOYMENT LAW CLASS & COLLECTIVE ACTIONS
    CHAPTER 10 EVALUATING & USING EMPLOYER-INITIATED ARBITRATION POLICIES & AGREEMENTS
    INDEX

    VOLUME II

    CHAPTER 11 HIRING STRATEGIES FOR THE CHANGING AMERICAN WORKFORCE
    CHAPTER 12 I-9 COMPLIANCE & RELATED SOCIAL SECURITY ISSUES
    CHAPTER 13 EFFECTIVE PERSONNEL RELATIONS: DEVELOPING AN EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK
    CHAPTER 14 CONDUCTING A LABOR RELATIONS SELF-AUDIT: AN OUTLINE FOR EXAMINING PERSONNEL POLICIES & PROCEDURES CHAPTER 15 TRAINING REALLY IS THE LAW: THE RISE OF MANDATORY TRAINING
    CHAPTER 16 REDUCTIONS IN FORCE: ISSUES, STRATEGIES, & THE PROCESS FOR THE DOWNSIZING EMPLOYER
    CHAPTER 17 THE LABOR & EMPLOYMENT LAW IMPLICATIONS OF CORPORATE MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, RELOCATIONS & ASSET SALES
    CHAPTER 18 BANKRUPTCY & EMPLOYMENT LAW ISSUES
    CHAPTER 19 EMPLOYEE PRIVACY RIGHTS
    CHAPTER 20 PROTECTING VITAL COMPANY INFORMATION: RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS & TRADE SECRETS
    CHAPTER 21 DIGITAL WORKPLACE: THE USE & ABUSE OF THE TOOLS OF THE TRADE
    INDEX

    VOLUME III

    CHAPTER 22 FEDERAL COMPENSATION LAW
    CHAPTER 23 EQUITY COMPENSATION
    CHAPTER 24 THE CONTINGENT WORKFORCE: INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS, LEASED EMPLOYEES & TEMPORARY EMPLOYEES
    CHAPTER 25 EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS: PITFALLS IN CREATING, MODIFYING, ADMINISTERING & TERMINATING ERISA PLANS
    CHAPTER 26 CONTINUING HEALTH CARE COVERAGE: COBRA
    CHAPTER 27 LEAVES OF ABSENCE: MILITARY LEAVE, CIVIC DUTY LEAVE, THE FAMILY & MEDICAL LEAVE ACT & RELATED PARENTAL RIGHTS
    CHAPTER 28 OVERVIEW OF FEDERAL OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT
    CHAPTER 29 WORKPLACE SUBSTANCE ABUSE: AN OVERVIEW OF FEDERAL & STATE REQUIREMENTS
    CHAPTER 30 VIOLENCE IN THE WORKPLACE
    CHAPTER 31 UNION ORGANIZING
    CHAPTER 32 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING & LABOR-MANAGEMENT RELATIONS
    CHAPTER 33 EMPLOYMENT ISSUES AFFECTING MULTINATIONAL EMPLOYERS
    CHAPTER 34 NONIMMIGRANT VISAS: KEY WORK AUTHORIZATION VISA CATEGORIES
    CHAPTER 35 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT LAW FOR GOVERNMENT CONTRACTORS & SUBCONTRACTORS
    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Arizona Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Arizona Employer, 2014-2015 Edition
    NOTE:   At this time, Littler Mendelson has put The Arizona Employer on hold for the purpose of revamping and improving its organization, structure and content. New versions of all the titles in the Employer Series of books are planned to begin releasing within the next several months.

    The Arizona Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    Searchable CD-ROM contains the contents of the book as well as the full text of cases referenced.
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER ARIZONA LAW

    CHAPTER 4-RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION & PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 5-OVERVIEW OF ARIZONA AGENCY PRACTICE

    CHAPTER 6-INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEE RIGHTS IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 7-ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 8-WAGE GARNISHMENTS & ASSIGNMENTS IN ARIZONA

    CHAPTER 9-PUBLIC EMPLOYERS IN ARIZONA

    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition
    NOTE:   At this time, Littler Mendelson has put The California Employer on hold for the purpose of revamping and improving its organization, structure and content. New versions of all the titles in the Employer Series of books are planned to begin releasing within the next several months.

    The California Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    Searchable CD-ROM contains the contents of the book as well as the full text of cases referenced.
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN CALIFORNIA
    I. RECENT TRENDS & DEVELOPMENTS IN CALIFORNIA DISCRIMINATION LAW
    II. OVERVIEW OF CALIFORNIA LAW
    A. The Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA)
    B. Other Statutory Restrictions on Discrimination
    C. City Ordinances
    D. Marital Status Discrimination
    E. Pregnancy Discrimination
    F. California Family Rights Act Discrimination
    G. Sex Discrimination
    H. Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    I. Age Discrimination
    J. Disability Discrimination
    K. Religious Discrimination
    L. Race Discrimination
    M. National Origin Discrimination
    N. Harassment in the Workplace
    O. Affirmative Action
    P. Constructive Discharge
    Q. Retaliation

    CHAPTER 2-WRONGFUL DISCHARGE LAW IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. Current Status of Wrongful Discharge Theories
    C. Legislatively Determined Public Policy Exceptions to the At-Will Doctrine
    D. Defending a Wrongful Discharge Case
    E. Conclusion

    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER CALIFORNIA LAW
    I. CALIFORNIA COMPENSATION LAW UPDATE
    A. Introduction
    B. Recent Developments
    C. General Overview
    D. Minimum Wage & Overtime Obligations
    E. Wage Payment Obligations
    F. Enforcement of Wage & Hour Laws
    G. Specially Regulated Industries
    II. CALIFORNIA PREVAILING WAGE LAW
    A. Overview of the Prevailing Wage Obligations Under California Law
    B. Coverage & Scope of the California Prevailing Wage Law
    C. Duties & Responsibilities of the Parties Under the California Prevailing Wage Law
    D. Coverage Determinations
    E. Determining the Prevailing Wage Rate
    F. Components of the Prevailing Wage Rate
    G. Satisfying the Prevailing Wage Rate
    H. Challenging the Determination of the Prevailing Wage Rate
    I. Apprenticeship Standards & the Employment of Apprentices on Public Works
    J. Preparation & Submission of Certified Payroll Records & Other Record-Keeping Requirements
    K. Remedies & Consequences for Failure to Pay Prevailing Wages
    L. Enforcement of Prevailing Wage Law
    M. Assembly Bill 1889 & Other Restrictions Applicable to Public Works Projects
    III. LEAVES UNDER CALIFORNIA LAW
    A. Introduction
    B. Obligations with Respect to Specific Types of Leaves
    IV. FAMILY & MEDICAL LEAVE UNDER THE CALIFORNIA FAMILY RIGHTS ACT
    A. Introduction
    B. Covered Employers
    C. Eligible Employees
    D. Leave Available
    E. Measuring the 12-Month Period
    F. Qualifying Reasons for Taking Leave
    G. What Qualifies as a Serious Health Condition?
    H. Certification Requirements & Options
    I. Minimum Duration of Leave
    J. Intermittent Leave & Reduced Schedules
    K. Employee Notice & Request for Leave Requirements
    L. Designation of Leave & Notice to Employee
    M. Reinstatement Obligations
    N. Compensation During Leave
    O. Benefits-Continued Health Insurance Coverage
    P. Seniority
    Q. Impact of Collective Bargaining Obligations
    R. Protection of Employees Against Discharge or Discrimination
    S. Remedies & Enforcement
    T. Notice & Posting Obligations
    V. WORKERS' COMPENSATION OVERVIEW
    A. Introduction
    B. Insurance
    C. Employees
    D. Compensable Injuries
    E. Penalties
    F. Employers' Rights
    G. Procedure
    H. Conclusion
    VI. ADDITIONAL RIGHTS UNDER THE CALIFORNIA LABOR CODE
    A. Introduction
    B. General Provisions
    C. Employment Regulations
    D. Employment of Minors
    E. Farm Labor Contractors
    F. Public Works
    G. Industrial Homework
    H. Garment Manufacturing
    I. Workers' Compensation & Insurance
    J. Occupational Safety & Health

    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. The Law of Trade Secrets
    C. Unfair Competition
    D. Agreements Restricting Competition by Former Employees

    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. Tests Used To Determine Employee Status
    C. Wage & Hour Regulations
    D. Employment Discrimination
    E. California Unemployment & Disability Insurance
    F. California Income Tax Withholding
    G. Reporting Independent Contractors
    H. Workers' Compensation Benefits
    I. Third Party Liability
    J. Conclusion

    CHAPTER 6-MANDATORY ARBITRATION IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. The Developing Law of Mandatory Employment Arbitration in California

    CHAPTER 7-PROTECTION OF EMPLOYEE PRIVACY & INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. Development of Employee Privacy Rights
    C. Privacy Rights in Personal Lifestyles
    D. Investigation of Prospective Employees
    E. Investigation of Current Employees
    F. Confidentiality & Use of Personnel Information
    G. Potential Liability for Improper Release of Personnel Information
    H. Potential Liability for Fraud & Negligent Misrepresentation
    I. Other Statutory Employee Privacy Rights
    J. Employee Testing

    CHAPTER 8-CAL-OSHA & OTHER CALIFORNIA LAWS GOVERNING OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH
    A. Introduction
    B. New Developments
    C. Overview of Cal-OSHA
    D. The Scope & Coverage of Cal-OSHA
    E. What to Consider When Faced with an Investigation
    F. Written Compliance Programs
    G. Other California Laws Related to Occupational Safety & Health

    CHAPTER 9-INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY FOR CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEES
    A. Introduction
    B. Individual Liability Under Wage & Hour Laws
    C. Discrimination, Harassment & Retaliation
    D. Individual Liability Under Family & Medical Leave Laws
    E. Workplace Safety Regulations & Whistleblowing
    F. Breach of Contract & Common Law Claims: Risks of Terminating an Employee
    G. Employer's Duty to Defend/Indemnify Individual Employees

    CHAPTER 10-AGRICULTURAL EMPLOYMENT & LABOR RELATIONS IN CALIFORNIA
    A. Introduction
    B. The California Agricultural Labor Relations Act
    C. The Migrant & Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act & California Farm Labor Contractor Law: Do You Have Exposure?
    D. Overview of the ALRB Representation Election Process
    E. Steps to Avoid Union Organizing
    F. Additional Points of Interest
    G. The Mandatory Mediation Amendments to the Agricultural Labor Relations Act (ALRA)
    H. 2014-New Frontiers for the ALRB

    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Mid-Atlantic Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

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    The Mid-Atlantic Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia

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    DELAWARE
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Delaware
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Delaware
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Delaware Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Delaware
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Delaware

    DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in the District of Columbia
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in the District of Columbia
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under District of Columbia Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in the District of Columbia
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in the District of Columbia

    MARYLAND
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Maryland
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Maryland
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Maryland Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Maryland
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status for purposes of Maryland Employment Taxes
    Chapter 6-Occupational Safety & Health in Maryland

    PENSYLVANIA
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Pennsylvania
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Pennsylvania
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Pennsylvania Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Pennsylvania
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Pennsylvania

    VIRGINIA
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Virginia
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Virginia
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Virginia Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Virginia
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Virginia
    Chapter 6-Occupational Safety & Health in Virginia
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Midwest Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

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    The Midwest Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin

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    ILLINOIS
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Illinois
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Illinois
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Illinois Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Illinois
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Illinois
    Chapter 6-The Right to Privacy in Illinois
    Index

    INDIANA
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Indiana
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Indiana
    Chapter 3-Employee Rights & Employer Obligations Under Indiana Statutory Law
    Chapter 4-Wrongful Discharge Law in Indiana
    Chapter 5-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Indiana
    Chapter 6-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Indiana
    Chapter 7-The Right to Privacy in Indiana
    Index

    MINNESOTA
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Minnesota
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Minnesota
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Minnesota Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Minnesota
    Chapter 5-Employee Privacy in Minnesota
    Chapter 6-Minnesota Occupational Safety & Health Act
    Index

    MISSOURI
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Missouri
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Missouri
    Chapter 3- Statutory Rights Under Missouri Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Missouri
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Missouri
    Chapter 6-The Right to Privacy in Missouri
    Index

    OHIO
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Ohio
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Ohio
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Ohio Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Ohio
    Chapter 5-Employee Privacy in Ohio
    Chapter 6-Wrongful Discharge Law in Ohio
    Index

    WISCONSIN
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Wisconsin
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Wisconsin
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Wisconsin Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Wisconsin
    Chapter 5-Employee Privacy in Wisconsin
    Chapter 6-Wisconsin's Employee Safety Laws
    Index
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Nevada Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Nevada Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

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    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN NEVADA

    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN NEVADA

    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER NEVADA LAW

    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN NEVADA

    CHAPTER 5-AN OVERVIEW OF THE NEVADA OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH ACT

    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The New England Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The New England Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island

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    CONNECTICUT TABLE OF CONTENTS

    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN CONNECTICUT
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN CONNECTICUT
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER CONNECTICUT LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN CONNECTICUT
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN CONNECTICUT
    CHAPTER 6-THE RIGHT OF PRIVACY IN CONNECTICUT
    INDEX

    MASSACHUSETTS TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN MASSACHUSETTS
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN MASSACHUSETTS
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER MASSACHUSETTS LAW
    CHAPTER 4-RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION & PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS IN MASSACHUSETTS
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN MASSACHUSETTS
    CHAPTER 6-INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYEE RIGHTS IN MASSACHUSETTS
    INDEX

    RHODE ISLAND TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN RHODE ISLAND
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN RHODE ISLAND
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER RHODE ISLAND LAW
    CHAPTER 4-RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION & PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS IN RHODE ISLAND
    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Pacific Northwest Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781630440404

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    The Pacific Northwest Employer, 2014-2015 Edition
    NOTE:   At this time, Littler Mendelson has put The Pacific Northwest Employer on hold for the purpose of revamping and improving its organization, structure and content. New versions of all the titles in the Employer Series of books are planned to begin releasing within the next several months.

    The Pacific Northwest Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Oregon and Washington

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    OREGON
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Oregon
    Chapter 2-Statutory Rights Under Oregon law
    Chapter 3-Wrongful Discharge Under Oregon Law
    Index

    WASHINGTON
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Washington
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Washington
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Washington Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Washington
    Chapter 5-Privacy in Employment in Washington
    Chapter 6-Wrongful Discharge Law in Washington
    Index
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Rocky Mountain Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781630440343

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    The Rocky Mountain Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Colorado and Utah

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    COLORADO TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN COLORADO
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN COLORADO
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER COLORADO LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN COLORADO
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN COLORADO
    CHAPTER 6-THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN COLORADO
    INDEX

    UTAH TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN UTAH
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN UTAH
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER UTAH LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN UTAH
    CHAPTER 5-THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN UTAH
    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The South-Atlantic Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781630440398

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    The South-Atlantic Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina

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    FLORIDA
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN FLORIDA
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN FLORIDA
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER FLORIDA LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN FLORIDA
    INDEX

    GEORGIA
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN GEORGIA
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN GEORGIA
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER GEORGIA LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN GEORGIA
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN GEORGIA
    CHAPTER 6-THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN GEORGIA
    INDEX

    NORTH CAROLINA
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-NORTH CAROLINA STATUTORY ANTIDISCRIMINATION LAWS
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN NORTH CAROLINA
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER NORTH CAROLINA LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON COMPETITION IN NORTH CAROLINA
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN NORTH CAROLINA
    INDEX

    SOUTH CAROLINA
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN SOUTH CAROLINA
    CHAPTER 2-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER SOUTH CAROLINA LAW
    CHAPTER 3-RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN SOUTH CAROLINA
    INDEX

    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit: www.littler.com
  • The South-Central Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The South-Central Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Tennessee

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    ALABAMA
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN ALABAMA
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN ALABAMA
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER ALABAMA LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN ALABAMA
    INDEX

    ARKANSAS
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN ARKANSAS
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN ARKANSAS
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER ARKANSAS LAW
    CHAPTER 4-EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP, PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS IN ARKANSAS
    INDEX

    KENTUCKY
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN KENTUCKY
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN KENTUCKY
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER KENTUCKY LAW
    INDEX

    LOUISIANA
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN LOUISIANA
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN LOUISIANA
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER LOUISIANA LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN LOUISIANA
    INDEX

    TENNESSEE
    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN TENNESSEE
    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS IN TENNESSEE
    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER TENNESSEE LAW
    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN TENNESSEE
    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN TENNESSEE
    CHAPTER 6-THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN TENNESSEE
    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit: www.littler.com
  • The Texas Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Texas Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

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    CHAPTER 1-EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION LAW IN TEXAS

    CHAPTER 2-EMPLOYMENT LAW TORTS & WRONGFUL DISCHARGE IN TEXAS

    CHAPTER 3-STATUTORY RIGHTS UNDER TEXAS LAW

    CHAPTER 4-PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS & RESTRICTIONS ON UNFAIR COMPETITION IN TEXAS

    CHAPTER 5-EMPLOYEE/INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS IN TEXAS

    APPENDIX A: Sample Policy Regarding Company Property, Security, Privacy & Searches

    APPENDIX B: Sample Policy Regarding the Use of Electronic Equipment

    APPENDIX C: Sample Notice to All Employees Regarding E-Mail & Voice Mail Monitoring

    INDEX
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.
  • The Tri-State Employer, 2014-2015 Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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      ISBN: 9781630440367

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    The Tri-State Employer, 2014-2015 Edition
    NOTE:   At this time, Littler Mendelson has put The Tri-State Employer on hold for the purpose of revamping and improving its organization, structure and content. New versions of all the titles in the Employer Series of books are planned to begin releasing within the next several months.

    The Tri-State Employer provides human resources professionals, corporate counsel and other employment and labor law attorneys a practical and extensive guide to state employment and labor laws. Updated annually, the handbook contains recent case law and legislative developments, practical recommendations and essential tools.

    States Included: Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York

    Searchable CD-ROM contains the contents of the book as well as the full text of cases referenced.
    CONNECTICUT
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in Connecticut
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in Connecticut
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under Connecticut Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in Connecticut
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in Connecticut
    Chapter 6-The Right of Privacy in Connecticut

    NEW JERSEY
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in New Jersey
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in New Jersey
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under New Jersey Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in New Jersey
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in New Jersey
    Chapter 6-The Right of Privacy in New Jersey

    NEW YORK
    Chapter 1-Employment Discrimination Law in New York
    Chapter 2-Employment Law Torts in New York
    Chapter 3-Statutory Rights Under New York Law
    Chapter 4-Protection of Trade Secrets & Restrictions on Unfair Competition in New York
    Chapter 5-Employee/Independent Contractor Status in New York
    Chapter 6-The Right of Privacy in New York
    Chapter 7-Current Employment Law Issues in the Securities Industry in New York
    Littler is the largest global employment and labor law practice with more than 1,000 attorneys in over 60 offices worldwide. Littler represents management in all aspects of employment and labor law and serves as a single source solution provider to the global employer community. Consistently recognized in the industry as a leading and innovative law practice, Littler has been litigating, mediating and negotiating some of the most influential employment law cases and labor contracts on record for over 70 years. The Employer Book Series has been written and published by Littler for over 30 years. For more information visit www.littler.com.

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