Whether you represent employers or employees, are in-house counsel or human resource professional, this invaluable CD-ROM and manual set provides the critical information you need to make sure that you are up to speed on everything that’s new in employment law.
Summary of Contents:
The Year in Review: What's Happening in Labor and Employment Law, 2010-2011 | The Net Is Forever & Never Forgets, So Pause & Think Before Posting or Blogging | The 360 Degree Evaluation of an Employment Case | Employers’ Practical Guide to Reasonable Accommodation Under the Americans with Disabilities Act | Managers Under Fire: How to Evaluate and Discipline Employees in a Union or Non-Union Workplace | Associational Discrimination | Appellate Advocacy: The Art of Oral Argument | Worker Classification Issues: From the IRS Perspective | Through The Looking Glass Darkly-- What Went Wrong With My Case? | The “Triple A” Division of Employment Law: Understanding the Basics of the ADAAA | The Bonehead Play | Simplifying E-Discovery: I Have a Few Questions… | Determining Hours Worked Under the FLSA | Developments at the NLRB: Rulemaking and Decisions | Surviving a Wage Hour Investigation | Pregnancy: Doctors, Diapers . . . and Discrimination? | What You Need to Know About Unemployment Compensation Referee Hearings | Dealing With Damage Claims Made Under the ADEA | FMLA Leave: The Medical Certification and Recertification Process and Beyond | Winning Retaliation Lawsuits | Discovery of Social Networking Sites in Employment Litigation | Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Dukes, Conception—Class Actions and other Title VII Developments Over the Past Year | The Changing Face of Constitutional Employment Litigation | Just the Basics: The Evolving Law of Privacy in the Workplace | Protecting The Whistleblower - The Anti-Retaliation Provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley And Dodd-Frank.
Number of Pages: 988