Labor and Employment Law Journal

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    Fall 2017

    Message from the Section Chair
    (Seth H. Greenberg)

    Message from the Editor
    (Colin M. Leonard and Laura C. Monaco)

    How Do You Spell P-A-I-D-F-A-M-I-L-Y-L-E-A-V-E? An Exploration of New York’s Paid Family Leave Act
    (Theresa Rusnak)

    The Accelerating Evolution of Title VII’s Treatment of Sexual Orientation Discrimination
    (Geoffrey A. Mort)

    When Well-Intentional Statutes Collide
    (Katie L. Birchenough)

    Rights Without Remedy: How Major League Baseball’s Collective Bargaining Agreement Denies Even the Game’s Biggest Stars a Legal Remedy Under the Theory of the Duty of Fair Representation, and Why This Is Not a Swing and a Miss
    (Miller Lulow)

    ADA Reasonable Accommodations and the Interactive Process for Individuals with OCD
    (Michael V. Gigante)

    Labor and Employment Law Section Fall Meeting Photos ERISA’s Church Plan Exemption: The Tragedy of St. Clare’s Underfunded Pension Plan
    (Kimberly Livingstone)

    Baseball Arbitration
    (Theodore K. Cheng)

    How Much Is Enough for a Fiduciary?: How Much Does a Mutual Fund Company Have to Disclose in Its Mutual Fund Disclosures Under the Department of Labor’s New Best Interest Contract Contract Exemption for Funds Governed by ERISA?
    (Rodgrick Hickman)

    The Labor and Employment Law Section Welcomes New Members

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    The Labor and Employment Law Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of labor and employment law on various topics including ERISA, ADR, discrimination, social media and workplace issues. Also included are regular columns on labor matters and ethics, and updates on Section activities. Edited by Allan S. Bloom, Esq., the Labor and Employment Law Journal is published by the Labor and Employment Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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