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.

    The Labor and Employment Law Journal is published as a benefit for members of the Labor and Employment Law Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission.
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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Fall 2016

    Message from the Section Chair
    (Sharon Stiller)

    The Evolving Joint Employer Concept and the NLRB
    (Paul F. Millus)

    Non-Solicitation of Fellow Employees: A New York Primer
    (Evan Belosa)

    How to Conduct a Global Human Resources or Labor Compliance Audit Including Cross-Border Employment Due Diligence 
    (Donald C. Dowling, Jr.)

    New Challenges for Equal Pay Analysis
    (Elizabeth Becker, Ph.D. and Charles Diamond, Ph.D.)

    Pleading for Survival Under 12(B)(6): The Impact of Littlejohn and Vega on Pleading Standards Under Title VII 26
    (Howard M. Wexler and Samuel Sverdlov)

    Tips for Being an Effective Mediator of Employment Disputes
    (Ruth D. Raisfeld)

    The Griggs Fable Ignored: The Far-Reaching Impact of a False Premise
    (Robert L. Douglas and Jeffrey Douglas)

    Disconnect Between Liability Under Federal Law and Conduct Perceived as Harmful with Respect to Workplace Harassment
    (Walker G. Harman, Jr. and Edgar M. Rivera)

    New York Paid Family Leave: A Paradigm Shift
    (Jessica Shpall Rosen)

    Does New York’s Wage Payment Law Have a Gaping Loophole?
    (Scott A. Lucas)