February 13, 2020

AM | 2004

The following papers were presented at programs sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law at the 2004 ABA Annual Meeting. Clicking on the filename will open a PDF document in a new window.

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Presentation to Young Lawyers: How Arbitrators Think

The Basics: ERISA

The Basics: Effective Advocacy in Employment Mediation

The Basics: Employment Rights and Responsibilities

The Basics: Immigration Law

The Basics: Ethical Issues in Labor and Employment Law

The Basics: National Labor Relations Act

The Ultimate Arbitration Update

"We're Confident, We're Casual, We're Covered": How EPLI Affects a Case

The Lazarus Employee: The Essential Elements a Last Chance Agreement Must Contain to Avoid Having It Become a Second-to-Last Chance Agreement

Update: Equal Employment Opportunity

"What Sayeth You?" First Amendment Issues in Labor and Employment Law

Employment Discrimination: What's New in the EU?

Does an Employer Have a Duty to Bargain, In a Successor or Newly Organized Context, Concerning Implementation of Discipline Pursuant to Previously Established Rules and/or Regulations Granting The Employer Broad Discretion?

Plenary Session: Can't You Hear the Whistle Blowing: Sarbanes-Oxley and the New Corporate World

Update: ERISA

Sitting at the Head of the Table: How to Become a Labor and Employment Mediator and Arbitrator

Desert Palace v. Costa--Who Really Won: An Update on Mixed Motive Cases and Jury Instructions

Emerging Issues in Ethics and Professionalism in Labor and Employment

Wage and Hour Update: The New FLSA Regulations and Litigation Issues

Do You Want to Know a Secret? HIPAA and the New Medical Information Privacy Regulations

How to Draft the Dreaded Jury Instructions: Someone Has to Do It--Might As Well Be You

The "Other" ADA Protections: Exploring Title III and Accessibility Issues in and Beyond the Workplace

When James Bond Enters the Workplace: Use and Abuses of Technology--A Guide for In-House Counsel and Litigators

The Clean Slate Club: Continuing With a Clean Slate At the End of A Labor Dispute

Criminal Background Checks, Resumes, Employment References and Medical Inquiries: When Does an Employer Cross the Line?