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Employment Law Institute 2017, 23rd Annual (Thumb Drive/Book Set)

Available: In Stock
Price: $149.00
Item Code: 09612-BK


Keep yourself informed of the latest and most important developments in employment law and get a complete update on changes in the law affecting the workplace and concrete insights into why those changes matter. Gain the new and invaluable information you need.


Summary of Contents
Volume 1

Year in Review: What’s New in Employment Law
Paying Employees in Pennsylvania: Wage & Hour Laws
Privacy and Information Security For the Employment Practitioner
Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016: Important Take-Aways About Employees Who Take Away
The Five Things that Really Matter in Wage and Hour Litigation
Immigration an Employment Law: Two Peas in a Pod or an Awkward Marriage
Address from Acting Chair Lipnic of the EEOC
Taking and Defending the Deposition of an HR Manager

Volume 2

The Gig Economy: Navigating a New Trend in Employment
A New Requirement to Keep Confidential Information Confidential
“OK, I Have a Title VII Case, Now What?” – Practice Pointers
Pay Equity: Navigating the Gender Gap in Law Firms and Other Workplaces
Counseling Employees About Their Concerns
Regarding Workplace Violence and Employer’s Responses to Their Concerns
The Ethics Dilemma: Advising Clients in the Face of Allegations of Officer or Board-Level Misconduct
Philadelphia, City of Employee Protections
Welcome Aboard: Hiring Best Practices
Title VII’s Burden-Shifting Framework
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Employees
Labor and Employment Policy During the Trump Administration
The Employment Trial as Theater: What Musical
Theater Can Teach us About How to Try an Employment Case
Electronic Communication in the Workplace: What Every Employer Needs to Know
What Every Employment Lawyer Needs to Know About Labor Trafficking
Fire At-Will: Employee Terminations in Pennsylvania
What Employment Lawyers Need to Know About Criminal Law in Our World of Increasing
Government Oversight: Criminal Issue Spotting & Red Flags to Look for in Your Practice
Disability Claims Litigation: The Latest Trends From ERISA and Non-ERISA Cases Within the Third Circuit
Accommodation and Discipline Issues in the Ever-Expanding Scope of the ADAAA: Where Are We Now?
What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been – The Legalization of Medical Marijuana
Arbitration Explosion
Strategies to Manage the Risk of Joint Employment

Volume 3

Mental Health Issues in the Workplace
Pierced, Painted, Primped and Pony-Tailed: Workplace Appearance and Grooming Standards
Understanding the Basics of the ADA: Reasonable Accommodation and the Interactive Process
Report from the NLRB: Acting Chair Miscimarra’s Perspective
The Ever-Changing Landscape of Whistleblower Retaliation Law
Unique Employment Issues in Litigating Against Public Employers
Top Ten Update on National Origin Discrimination
Drafting Employee Handbooks: From Basics to Legal Updates
The Art of Effective Advocacy: What Does It Take to Win on a Consistent Basis
EPLI: Practical Approaches to Litigation and Coverage Issues
EEOC’s Perspective
Ethical Issues in Employment Law
Everything You Want to Know About the FMLA – and More
Evidence Issues in Employment Litigation
Writing, Introducing, and Enforcing Arbitration Agreements in Employment
Contingent Workers, Temporary Workers and Joint Employer Bargaining After Miller v. Anderson
How to Handle an Investigation by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD)
Workplace Harassment: Proving It and Defending It
Transgender Law Update and Discussion
Private Eyes Are Watching You: Common Privacy Issues in the Workplace: What Every Employer Should Know
Labor and Employment Law as Seen Through the Cinema
How to Effectively Handle Internal Harassment Investigations
We’re Not Getting Any Younger – Handling the Boom in Age Discrimination Cases
Trending eDiscovery for Use in Employment Cases and Tackling Cyber Privacy Issues in the Workplace
The Best EEOC Practice and Procedure Tips
To Compete or Not to Compete: Who Can Restrain Me?

Practice Areas
Published: 4/1/2017
Size: 8.5x11
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