Tuesday, February 10, 2009

LLG/U.C.-Hastings Conference on the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law: Participants and Reports

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Comments to my previous post, which I updated last night, recommended that I make available the participants in the Labor Law Group / U.C. Hastings Conference on the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law as well as the reports issues at that conference.  The reports are still in draft form, but here are the participants:

  • Ken Dau-Schmidt (Indiana-Bloomington): How Did We Get Here? What Are We Trying to Do?
  • Chapter 1—The Definition of Employee.  Comments by the Working Committee on Chapter 1: Dennis Nolan (South Carolina), Joseph Slater (Toledo), Theodore St. Antoine (Michigan), Alvin Goldman (Kentucky); response by Alan Hyde (Rutgers - Newark).
  • Chapter 2—Employment Contracts Termination.  Comments by the Working Committee on Chapter 2: Matt Finkin (Illinois), Lea VanderVelde (Iowa),  William R. Corbett (LSU), Steve Befort (Minnesota); response by Rachel Arnow-Richman (Denver).
  • [A draft of Chapter 3 has not yet been released by ALI.]
  • Chapter 4—The Tort of Wrongful Discipline in Violation of Public Policy.  Comments by the Working Committee on Chapter 4: Joseph Grodin (California-Hastings), Paul Secunda (Marquette), Pauline Kim (Washington U. St Louis), Catherine Fisk (UC--Irvine), Roberto Corrada (Denver), Rick Bales (N. Kentucky); response by Marley Weiss (Maryland).

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