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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.

  • The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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:

    eBook for Mobipocket readers, including Amazon® Kindle®
    ISBN: 9781630434991
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    ISBN: 9781630434991
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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 California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 1 volume,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781630440329

      $91 {"prodid": "47912", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "SKU47912"}
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    The California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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.
  • Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Fifth Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Gregory C. Keating, Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    • Format: 1 volume, hardbound, 600 pages,BOOK
      ISBN: 9780769894942

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    Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Fifth Edition with CD-ROM
    Written by Gregory C. Keating, Esq. and the Attorneys of Littler's Whistleblowing and Retaliation Practice Group

    Highlights of developments covered by the Fifth Edition include:

    •  NEW chapter - Whistleblower Protections and In-House Counsel

    •  Comprehensive update of significant legislation, case law and agency decisions since November 2011, including:


    •  Continued evolution of case law on elements of a retaliation claim, including interpretations of adverse action under Burlington Northern and changes to the causation standard under Nassar

    •  Dramatic developments under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including the on-going debate on the standard of specificity required to show protected activity

    •  Significant case law on the Dodd-Frank Act outlining elements of a retaliation claim and the law's retroactive application, and a growing split of authority on determining who is a whistleblower

    •  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 -- INTRODUCTION
    CHAPTER 2 -- THE ELEMENTS OF A RETALIATION CLAIM
    CHAPTER 3 -- RETALIATION ISSUES ARISING UNDER SPECIFIC STATUTES
    CHAPTER 4 -- THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT & FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER STATUTES
    CHAPTER 5 -- THE DODD-FRANK WALL STREET REFORM AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
    CHAPTER 6 -- STATE WHISTLEBLOWER LEGISLATION
    CHAPTER 7 -- THE COMMON LAW: RETALIATORY DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 8 -- BREAKING NEW GROUND: HOT TOPICS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CASES
    CHAPTER 9 -- BEST PRACTICES TO AVOID LIABILITY FOR RETALIATION & WHISTLEBLOWING CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 10 -- INTERNATIONAL WHISTLEBLOWING ISSUES
    CHAPTER 11 -- RETALIATION & WHISTLEBLOWER CLAIMS BY IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
    INDEX
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Gregory Keating is a shareholder in the Boston, Massachusetts office of Littler Mendelson, the largest law firm in the United States representing management exclusively in the area of employment and labor law. He is a member of Littler's Board of Directors and co-chairs the Whistleblower and Retaliation Practice Group. He has a broad range of experience litigating employment disputes including retaliation and whistleblowing claims, wage and hour class/collective actions, and trade secret and non-competition disputes. He also represents management in labor issues, including advising clients during union elections, representing clients during unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.

    Mr. Keating represents a diverse spectrum of clients with particular experience in the areas of retail, health care and education. He serves as a member of the board of advisors for the National Employment Law Institute and is a member of the editorial advisory board for the ADA Compliance Guide. He has recently published pieces in The Economist, Corporate Counsel, and Society of Human Resource Management. He has appeared at National Public Radio and regularly speaks on labor and employment topics at seminars and conferences. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Keating worked as a sixth grade teacher.
  • Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition with CD-ROM

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

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 1 volume, looseleaf with CD ROM,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781632803986

      $197 {"prodid": "60821", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "SKU60821"}
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    Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition with CD-ROM
    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.
  • The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 3 volume set, BOOK
      ISBN: 9781630434984

      $204 {"prodid": "47911", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "SKU47911"}
    • Format: Electronic book: epub
      ISBN: 9781630434991

      $204 {"prodid": "prod-us-ebook-24500-epub", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "sku-us-ebook-24500-epub"}
    • Format: Electronic book: mobi
      ISBN: 9781630434991

      $204 {"prodid": "prod-us-ebook-24500-mobi", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "sku-us-ebook-24500-mobi"}
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    • Table of Contents

    The National Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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:

    eBook for Mobipocket readers, including Amazon® Kindle®
    ISBN: 9781630434991
    click here

    eBook for e-readers, including Adobe® Digital Editions, Apple® iPad®, SONY® Reader
    ISBN: 9781630434991
    click here


    The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
    <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.
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  • The Arizona Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 1 volume,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781630440336

      $85 {"prodid": "56718", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "SKU56718"}
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    The Arizona Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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.
    Click on Link to view PDF.
  • The California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 1 volume,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781630440329

      $91 {"prodid": "47912", "pubstatus" : "132", "sku" : "SKU47912"}
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    • Author/Contributor

    The California Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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
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  • The Mid-Atlantic Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM

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    The Mid-Atlantic Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The Midwest Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The Nevada Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The New England Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

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    The Pacific Northwest Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

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    The Rocky Mountain Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The South-Atlantic Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The South-Central Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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 with CD-ROM

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    The Texas Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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.

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

    Author : Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

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    The Tri-State Employer, 2014-2015 Edition with CD-ROM
    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.
  • Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition with CD-ROM

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

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 1 volume, looseleaf with CD ROM,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781632803986

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    Littler Mendelson on Employment Law Class Actions, Third Edition with CD-ROM
    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.
  • Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide with CD-ROM

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

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
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      ISBN: 9780820583730

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    Employment Law Trials: A Practical Guide with CD-ROM
    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.
  • The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Third Edition

    Author : Littler Mendelson

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
    • Format: 5 Softbound Volumes and CD-ROM,BOOK
      ISBN: 9781422488072

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    The Littler Mendelson Guide to International Employment and Labor Law, Third Edition
    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
    •  Argentina
    •  Australia
    •  Austria NEW!
    •  Belgium
    •  Brazil
    •  Canada
    •  Chile
    •  China
    •  Colombia
    •  Costa Rica
    •  Cyprus
    •  Czech Republic
    •  Egypt
    •  England
    •  Estonia
    •  France
    •  Germany
    •  Hong Kong
    •  Hungary
    •  India
    •  Indonesia
    •  Ireland
    •  Israel
    •  Italy
    •  Japan
    •  Jordan
    •  Kenya NEW!
    •  Kuwait
    •  Latvia
    •  Lebanon
    •  Lithuania
    •  Luxembourg
    •  Malaysia
    •  Mexico
    •  Netherlands
    •  Nigeria NEW!
    •  Philippines
    •  Poland
    •  Puerto Rico
    •  Qatar
    •  Romania NEW!
    •  Russia
    •  Saudi Arabia
    •  Singapore
    •  Slovakia
    •  South Africa
    •  South Korea
    •  Spain
    •  Sweden
    •  Switzerland
    •  Taiwan
    •  Thailand
    •  Turkey
    •  Ukraine NEW!
    •  United Arab Emirates
    •  United States of America
    •  US Virgin Islands NEW!
    •  Venezuela
    •  Vietnam NEW!

    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
    Argentina: Funes de Rioja & Asociados
    Australia: Freehills
    Austria: Wolf Theiss
    Belgium: Claeys & Engels
    Brazil: Demarest e Almeida Advogados Associados
    Canada: Heenan Blaikie LLP
    Chile: Philippi, Yrarrázaval, Pulido & Brunner Ltda.
    China: TransAsia Lawyers
    Colombia: Brigard & Urrutia
    Costa Rica: Lang & Asociados
    Cyprus: George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC
    Czech Republic: Randl Partners
    Denmark: Norrbom Vinding
    Egypt: Shalakany Law Office
    England: Pinsent Masons LLP
    Estonia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    European Union: Marx Van Ranst Vermeersch & Partners and Lewis Silkin LLP
    France: Ernst & Young Société d'Avocats
    Germany: Taylor Wessing
    Hong Kong: Ribeiro Hui
    Hungary: Gobert Law Office
    India: Nishith Desai Associates
    Indonesia: Ali Budiardjo, Nugroho, Reksodiputro
    Ireland: Matheson Ormsby Prentice
    Israel: Herzog, Fox & Neeman
    Italy: LabLaw Studio Legale
    Japan: Anderson Mōri & Tomotsune
    Jordan: Nabulsi & Associates
    Kenya: Anjarwalla & Khanna
    Kuwait: Basma F. Al-Saif Office for Advocacy & Legal Consultancy
    Latvia: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    Lebanon: Levant Law Practice
    Lithuania: Raidla Lejins & Norcous
    Luxembourg: Castagnero Avocats
    Malaysia: Freehills
    Mexico: Littler De la Vega y Conde, S.C.
    Netherlands: VMW TAXAND
    Nigeria: Templars (Barristers & Solicitors)
    Philippines: Angara Abello Concepcion Regala and Cruz Law Offices (ACCRALAW)
    Poland: Ksiażek & Bigaj Legal Office Limited Partnership
    Puerto Rico: McConnell Valdés, LLC
    Qatar: Levant Law Practice in association with Rashed Bin Raja Al Marri Law Office
    Romania: S.P.R.L. Menzer & Bachmann - Noerr
    Russia: ALRUD Law Firm
    Saudi Arabia: Levant Law Practice in association with The Law Firm of Adnan H. Yaseen
    Singapore: Freehills
    Slovakia: PRK Partners s.r.o.
    South Africa: Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs Inc.
    South Korea: Kim & Chang
    Spain: Abdon Pedrajas & Molero
    Sweden: Elmzell Law Firm
    Switzerland: Lenz & Staehelin
    Taiwan: Winkler Partners Attorneys at Law of Taiwan and Foreign Legal Affairs
    Thailand: Siam City Law Offices Limited
    Turkey: Bener Law Office
    Ukraine: Noerr
    United Arab Emirates: Afridi & Angell
    United States: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    U.S. Virgin Islands: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Venezuela: Littler Mendelson, P.C.
    Vietnam: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
  • Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Fifth Edition with CD-ROM

    Author : Gregory C. Keating, Littler Mendelson, P.C.

    Publisher : Littler Mendelson

    Available Formats :
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    Whistleblowing & Retaliation: A Guide for Human Resources Professionals & Counsel, Fifth Edition with CD-ROM
    Written by Gregory C. Keating, Esq. and the Attorneys of Littler's Whistleblowing and Retaliation Practice Group

    Highlights of developments covered by the Fifth Edition include:

    •  NEW chapter - Whistleblower Protections and In-House Counsel

    •  Comprehensive update of significant legislation, case law and agency decisions since November 2011, including:


    •  Continued evolution of case law on elements of a retaliation claim, including interpretations of adverse action under Burlington Northern and changes to the causation standard under Nassar

    •  Dramatic developments under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, including the on-going debate on the standard of specificity required to show protected activity

    •  Significant case law on the Dodd-Frank Act outlining elements of a retaliation claim and the law's retroactive application, and a growing split of authority on determining who is a whistleblower

    •  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 -- INTRODUCTION
    CHAPTER 2 -- THE ELEMENTS OF A RETALIATION CLAIM
    CHAPTER 3 -- RETALIATION ISSUES ARISING UNDER SPECIFIC STATUTES
    CHAPTER 4 -- THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT & FEDERAL WHISTLEBLOWER STATUTES
    CHAPTER 5 -- THE DODD-FRANK WALL STREET REFORM AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
    CHAPTER 6 -- STATE WHISTLEBLOWER LEGISLATION
    CHAPTER 7 -- THE COMMON LAW: RETALIATORY DISCHARGE CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 8 -- BREAKING NEW GROUND: HOT TOPICS IN WHISTLEBLOWER & RETALIATION CASES
    CHAPTER 9 -- BEST PRACTICES TO AVOID LIABILITY FOR RETALIATION & WHISTLEBLOWING CLAIMS
    CHAPTER 10 -- INTERNATIONAL WHISTLEBLOWING ISSUES
    CHAPTER 11 -- RETALIATION & WHISTLEBLOWER CLAIMS BY IN-HOUSE COUNSEL
    INDEX
    ABOUT THE AUTHOR

    Gregory Keating is a shareholder in the Boston, Massachusetts office of Littler Mendelson, the largest law firm in the United States representing management exclusively in the area of employment and labor law. He is a member of Littler's Board of Directors and co-chairs the Whistleblower and Retaliation Practice Group. He has a broad range of experience litigating employment disputes including retaliation and whistleblowing claims, wage and hour class/collective actions, and trade secret and non-competition disputes. He also represents management in labor issues, including advising clients during union elections, representing clients during unfair labor practice proceedings before the National Labor Relations Board and negotiating collective bargaining agreements.

    Mr. Keating represents a diverse spectrum of clients with particular experience in the areas of retail, health care and education. He serves as a member of the board of advisors for the National Employment Law Institute and is a member of the editorial advisory board for the ADA Compliance Guide. He has recently published pieces in The Economist, Corporate Counsel, and Society of Human Resource Management. He has appeared at National Public Radio and regularly speaks on labor and employment topics at seminars and conferences. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Keating worked as a sixth grade teacher.

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