December 08, 2020

AM | 2001

The following papers were presented at programs sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law at the 2001 ABA Annual Meeting. Clicking on the filename will open a PDF document in a new window.

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Antitrust RICO and Labor Law Committee Program

  • Apocalypse Not: Some Reflections on RICO, Labor Disputes and the First Amendment

Employment Rights and Responsibilities Committee Program

  • Structuring Executive Compensation Arrangements

Equal Employment Opportunity Committee Program

  • A Practitioner's Guide to the First Amendment Defense in Hostile Environment Harassment Cases

EEO Update--Since Last We Met

  • Recent Developments Under the ADA, FMLA and Related California Laws
  • Recent Developments in Title VII Litigation

Internet Resources Available to Labor and Employment Lawyers

  • Internet Resources for Labor and Employment Lawyers

ERISA Update: 2000-2001 in Review

  • ERISA Update: Developments for Cash Balance Plans
  • ESOP Valuations, Contributions Among Top Issues Litigated by DOL
  • Patients' Rights Bill's Mandated Coverage Could be Great Expense, ABA Panelists Warn

Understanding Executive Compensation Packages

  • Executive Compensation Packages: An Overview From the Employee's Point of View
  • Tax Aspects of Executive Compensation

After the Merger/Acquisition: Employee Benefits Ligitigation Issues

  • Employee Benefits Issues in Mergers, Acquisitions and Dispositions

The Exportation of U.S. Labor Laws: Federal Law on Foreign Soil

  • The Application of U.S. Labor Law to Activities and Employees Outside the United States

National Labor Relations Board Update

  • New General Counsel Tells ABA Members He Seeks Cooperation, Evenhanded Enforcement

National Labor Relations Board Program Featuring Board Members

  • Four Current Members Discuss Their Views On Major Rulings, Criticism, Future Issues

The International Labor Contract: The Enforceability of Domestic Contracts in Foreign Nations

  • Issues in International Labor Law: Problems in Drafting Contracts
  • Enforcement of US Post-Termination Restrictions in the United Kingdom
  • Restrictive Covenants in France

High-Tech Harassment: How to Address Hostile Workplace Claims Based on E-mail and Internet Usage

  • High-Tech Harassment: How to Address Hostile Workplace Claims Based on E-mail and Internet Usage
  • High-Tech Harassment: How to Address Hostile Workplace Claims Based on E-mail and Internet Usage

Rights of Non-Union Employees During Employer Investigations

  • Brief: Epilepsy Foundation of Northeast Ohio v. National Labor Relations Board
  • Who Let the Weingarten Rights Out: The National Labor Relations Board Compounds Earlier Error by the Supreme Court

Deposition Techniques That Work

  • Deposition Techniques That Work

Ethical Issues Related to Electronic Communications

  • The Legal Complications and Ethical Dilemmas Presented By Cyberspace in the Workplace
  • Ethical Issues in "E-Lawyering"

Issues Facing In-House Counsel

  • Top Employment Issues Facing In-House Counsel
  • Conducting Lawful and Effective Investigations Regarding Allegations of Discrimination and Harassment

Circuit City: Where Do We Go From Here?

  • Arbitration in the Collective Bargaining Context After Circuit City Stores, Inc. v. Adams

Contingent Workforce

  • The National Labor Relations Board's Decision in M.B. Sturgis, Inc. and Its Impact on Employers Who Utilize Contingent Employees as Part of Their Workforce
  • Outline of Sturgis and Related Cases
  • Temporary/Contingent Workers: Will They Ever Be Accorded Full NLRA Rights?

Legislative Update

  • Washington DC, Human Resources and You
  • Hill Watchers Foresee Little Activity On the Labor and Employment Law Front

Basic Labor and Employment Law

  • Anatomy of a Federal Sector Arbitration
  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities Relating to Privacy in the Workplace
  • Family and Medical Leave Act

The Desirability of Minimum Labor Standards for U.S. Employers Overseas

  • Labor Standards No Longer Subject Of Debate, Samet Tells ABA Session

Labor Secretary's Speech

  • Chao Tells ABA That DOL Will Focus On Promoting 'Compliance Assistance'