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 2015

    Message from the Section Chair
    (William A. Herbert)

    Enforcing Restrictive Covenants When Terminating Employees Without Cause: Is There a Clear Rule in New York?
    (Tricia B. Sherno and Steven T. Sledzik)

    Combating Bullying in the Workplace: A Comparison of Global Approaches
    (Erika C. Collins and Michelle A. Gyves)

    Exporting “Zero Tolerance”: A Multinational Employer’s Guide to Overseas Equal Employment Opportunity and International Employment Discrimination, Harassment and Diversity Initiatives
    (Donald C. Dowling, Jr.)

    Student-Athletes or Athlete-Students: The Slippery Slope Presented by College Athletes as Employees
    (Anthony J. Holesworth)

    Friedrichs: The End of Public Sector Labor Relations as We Know It?
    (James A. Brown)

    New York’s Medical Marijuana Law: How It Originated and What Is Next
    (Geoffrey Mort)

    Purple Fog: The Need for the National Labor Relations Board to Clarify Purple Communications, Inc.
    (Emily Marie Bisnauth)

    The Applicability of Federal Employment and Labor Statutes to Tribal Businesses: The Balance Between Sovereignty and Protection of Non-Indian Employees in the Workplace
    (Christine Catherine Bird)