Thursday, August 13, 2009

Further Updates on Fourth Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor & Employment Law

Seton-logo One more set of updates on Fourth Annual Colloquium on Current Scholarship in Labor & Employment Law, September 25-26, 2009, Seton Hall University School of Law from co-organizer Tim Glynn (Seton Hall):

We are pleased to announce that on Friday, September 25, there will be a panel discussion on the most recent draft of Chapter 6 (Other Torts) of the Proposed American Law Institute Restatement of Employment Law.  Samuel Estreicher (New York University and Chief Reporter for the Restatement) will discuss the current status of the project, and set the stage for Michael Harper (Boston University), the Reporter who drafted this Chapter, to present his work.
 
Various aspects of the draft, including sections on defamation and intentional interference, will be addressed by Richard Carlson (South Texas), Markita Cooper (Florida A & M), and Alex Long (Tennessee).
 
Michael Zimmer (Loyola University Chicago) will serve as moderator. 
 
A draft of this Chapter will be made available prior to the event.
 
This panel is in addition to the previously announced panel discussion on Chapter 7 (Employee Privacy), which will take place on Saturday. 

 Registration and hotel information are posted on the Colloquium website

Please do not forget that presentation proposals (title and abstract) must be submitted online no later than THIS SATURDAY,  August 15, 2009. 

Reservations for conference-rate rooms at the Newark Hilton Hotel must be made no later than September 4, 2009.

Please contact Tim Glynn or Charlie Sullivan if you have any questions.

PS

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Paul, I just sent Tim and Charlie a message but I got an error message when I tried to register and submit an abstract on their website link. Hopefully, I'm the only procrastinator and others have already registered earlier with no problem.


Michael

Posted by: Michael Green | Aug 13, 2009 3:19:56 PM

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