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Overview

Employment Law Update, 2019 Edition analyzes recent developments in case law of interest to employment law practitioners representing plaintiffs, defendants, and labor unions and comprehensively covers recent developments in the rapidly changing employment and labor law field.

Comprised of 11 chapters - each written by an expert in employment law - this updated edition provides timely, incisive analysis of critical issues. Employment Law Update, 2019 Edition provides, where appropriate, checklists, forms, and guidance on strategic considerations for litigation and other forms of dispute resolution.

Some of the new material discussed in this 2019 Edition includes:

  • Legal considerations when investigating and taking action on complaints of sexual harassment
  • Employment-related obligations of the Affordable Care Act
  • The ADA’s application to hearing impairments
  • Municipal collective bargaining for independent contractors in the gig economy
  • Application of the BATNA concept to employment disputes
  • Rights and obligations for persons who are simultaneously owners and employees
  • A primer on the unemployment compensation system in the United States
  • How multinational employers can keep employment records in electronic form and provide electronic notices without running afoul of local laws.
  • The duties and privileges of multinational employers with respect to workers who perform their responsibilities from home
  • Recent developments at the state and municipal levels in the laws pertaining to employer conducted background checks
  • Analysis of the proposed treaty to protect against human rights abuses by multinational corporations

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Previous Edition: Employment Law Update, 2018 Edition ISBN 9781454898931

Pages 366
Last Updated 02/22/2019
Update Frequency Annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
ISBN 9781543808452
SKU 10045178-0003
Publish Frequency Annually
Product Line Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - TITLE IX AND FALSE ACCUSATIONS by Eric Rosenberg and Brandon Paul

  • INTRODUCTION
  • FROM THE CLASSROOM TO THE COURTROOM: PLAINTIFF CLAIMS UNDER TITLE IX
  • ESTABLISHING GENDER BIAS: HURDLES FOR PLAINTIFFS, DEFENSES FOR UNIVERSITIES
  • PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS CONCERNS: PRE-HEARING
  • DUE PROCESS CONCERNS: TRIAL AND POST-TRIAL

Chapter 2 - THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT: A REINVENTION OF AMERICAN HEALTHCARE by Touline Elshafei

  • INTRODUCTION
  • OVERVIEW OF PPACA
  • DUTY TO OFFER HEALTH COVERAGE & EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITY UNDER PPACA
  • PPACA AND ERISA
  • ADVISING EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

Chapter 3 - THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT AND DEAF & HARD-OF-HEARING INDIVIDUALS by Landon Montes

  • INTRODUCTION
  • OVERVIEW
  • STATUTORY DISABILITY
  • QUALIFIED INDIVIDUALS
  • DISCRIMINATION
  • TO MAKE REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION
  • DEFENSES

Chapter 4 - COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR GIG WORKERS by Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE SAN FRANCISCO ORDINANCE AND LITIGATION OVER IT
  • THE EMPLOYEE-INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR ARGUMENT
  • EVOLUTION OF THE LABOR EXEMPTION
  • ISSUES TO BE RESOLVED
  • STRUCTURE OF REGULATION UNDER THE SEATTLE ORDINANCE

Chapter 5 - BATNAS AND BOLDNESS IN SETTLEMENT NEGOTIATIONS by Henry H. Perritt, Jr.

  • INTRODUCTION
  • THEORETICAL MODEL OF NEGOTIATION
  • THE COMPUTER PROGRAM
  • THE FUNCTIONS AND CLASSES
  • THE HUMAN INTERFACE
  • THE FILE INTERFACE
  • THE MAIN PROGRAM
  • INTERPRETATION OF THE RESULTS
  • DEBUGGING AND PORTABILITY
  • CODE FOR ENTIRE PROGRAM

Chapter 6 - FOUNDERS: EMPLOYEES OR OWNERS? by Benjamin D. Panter and Jordan H. Koss

  • INTRODUCTION 
  • GETTING STARTED
  • EQUITY-BASED COMPENSATION
  • RAISING CAPITAL

Chapter 7 - RELIEVING THE HARDSHIPS OF JOBLESSNESS: AN UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION LAW PRIMER by Karen Maxwell

  • INTRODUCTION
  • HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS
  • EVOLUTION OF UNEMPLOYMENT LAW
  • ELIGIBILITY
  • COVERAGE AND BENEFIT LEVELS

Chapter 8 - TOWARD A GLOBALLY-COMPLIANT PAPERLESS HR OPERATION by Donald C. Dowling, Jr.

  • INTRODUCTION
  • HOW TO USE ELECTRONIC PLATFORMS TO COMPLY WITH HR-DOCUMENT-GENERATION MANDATES AND HR GOVERNMENT-FILING REQUIREMENTS WORLDWIDE
  • HOW TO RETAIN AND DESTROY ELECTRONIC HR DOCUMENTS LEGALLY WORLDWIDE
  • HOW TO COLLECT ENFORCEABLE EMPLOYEE ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES WORLDWIDE

Chapter 9 - HOW TO EMPLOY AND PAY A TELECOMMUTER WORKING FROM HOME OVERSEAS by Donald C. Dowling, Jr.

  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE VARIOUS INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUTING CONTEXTS AND SCENARIOS
  • CHECKLIST OF ISSUES FOR STRUCTURING AN INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUTING ARRANGEMENT

Chapter 10 - STATE AND LOCAL REGULATION OF PRE-EMPLOYMENT INQUIRIES by Andy Goldberg

  • INTRODUCTION
  • FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL RESTRICTIONS ON PRE-EMPLOYMENT INQUIRIES OF JOB APPLICANTS

Chapter 11 - MISPLACED EFFORTS: THE UNITED NATIONS’ PROPOSED TREATY IMPOSING CORPORATE LIABILITY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS by Lavanga V. Wijekoon and Michael G. Congiu

  • INTRODUCTION
  • CORPORATE EFFORTS TO ADDRESS HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER THE U.N. GUIDING PRINCIPLES & OTHER INITIATIVES
  • THE PROPOSED TREATY
  • CRITIQUES OF THE PROPOSED TREATY
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