Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Recently Published Scholarship: The Labor Lawyer

Books

The Labor Lawyer
Volume 24, Number 3, Winter/Spring 2009

Articles

  • Samuel Estreicher, "'Think Global, Act Local":  Employee Representation in a World of Global Labor and Product Market Competition, p. 253.
  • Allan G. King & Camille C. Ozumba, Strange Fiction:  The 'Class Certification' Decision in FLSA Collective Actions, p. 267.
  • Daniel B. Tukel, The Best Defense or a Good Offense?  Are the Damage Caps in 42 U.S.C. § 1981a Waivable Affirmative Defenses? p. 303.
  • Daniel B. Pasternak & Justin F. Keith, One of These Things is Not Like the Other:  The Continuing Battle Over the Meaning of Discrimination -- Salmon Run Shopping Center LLC v. NLRB and Guard Publishing Company v. NLRB, p. 325.
  • Yona Rozen, Christa Boyd-Nafstad & Tiffany C. Alvoid, One of These Things is Not Like the Other:  The Continuing Battle Over the Meaning of Discrimination -- Salmon Run Shopping Center LLC v. NLRB and Guard Publishing Company v. NLRB, p. 339.
  • Joseph M. Goldhammer & Naomi Y. Perera, We Never Talk Any More:  Evaluating Confidentiality Rules and No-Fraternization Policies -- Cintas Corp. v. NLRB and Guardsmark LLC v. NLRB, p. 379.
  • Erin-Ann Jurrens-Sudkamp, COBRA's Gross Misconduct Exception:  Strategies for Compliance in the Face of Uncertainty, p. 399.

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