Labor and Employment Law Journal

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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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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Winter 2014

    Message from the Section Chair
    (Ronald G. Dunn)

    They’re Human, Too: The Care and Feeding of Defendants in Employment Mediations
    (Vivian Berger)

    Electronic Signatures and the “Paperless Office” in International Human Resources
    (Donald C. Dowling, Jr.)

    Arbitrability Issues Under the New York City Collective Bargaining Law
    (Philip L. Maier)

    New York City Human Rights Law Case Developments: Not All “Gloom and Doom” for Employers
    (Howard M. Wexler and Joshua D. Seidman)

    Nassar: A Shift in the Supreme Court’s View of Retaliation Claims?
    (Sandra J. Mullings)

    California Labor Code § 2855 and Sports: Can Federal Labor Preemption Uphold the Enforceability of NHL Contracts for California Teams?
    (Grant Goeckner-Zoeller)

    Ten Things Your Employment Lawyers Want to See (or Don’t Want to See) When You Get an Employee Lawsuit
    (Joel J. Greenwald)

    Defense and Indemnification of Public Employees After Lancaster
    (Jessica M. Baquet)

    Misclassification and the “Fluctuating Work Week”: A Potential Schism in Wage and Hour Litigation
    (Paul F. Millus and Kieran X. Bastible)