February 13, 2020

AM | 2008

The following papers were presented at programs sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law at the 2008 ABA Annual Meeting. Clicking on the filename will open a PDF document in a new window.

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Maternal Wall Bias and Family Responsibilities Discrimination

Family Responsibilities Discrimination: Don't Get Caught Off Guard
Joan C. Williams

Project for Attorney Retention

Project for Attorney Retention Description Sheet

Strategies for Navigating in the E-Discovery World

Idea for a Horror Film: ESI Meets the Hearsay Rule
Robert Blackstone, Stephen E. Fox, Mark Risk and Jack Rubiner

Taking Shape
Ronald J. Hedges

Strategies for Navigating in the E-Discovery World
Lloyd B. Chinn, Ronald J. Hedges, Mark D. Risk, George L. Washington, Jr.

Designing a 401(k) Plan: How to Select Investment Options for Your Employees

 401(k) and Other Issues
Susan P. Serota

Things to Consider in Structuring an Effective Investment Program
Diane Improda

Effective Use of Jury Consultants

The Use of Jury Consultants: A Plaintiffs' Attorney's Perspective
Llezlie Green Coleman

Litigating National Origin and Religious Discrimination Post 9/11

Employment Discrimination on the Basis of National Origin and Religion in the Post-9/11 Era
Sandra R. McCandless and Khoa Ngo

Employment Strategies in Challenging Times
Rodney Perry

The Confluence of Race, Religion & National Origin in Post 9/11 Employment
Anjana Samant, Outten & Golden, New York, NY

Fair Measure: Toward Effective Attorney Evaluations

Excerpt from Fair Measure: Toward Effective Attorney Evaluations, Second Edition

8:30 – 10:00 a.m.
Multiple Representation Issues in Traditional Labor Law

Multiple Representation Issues in Traditional Labor Law
Michael Posner

Multiple Representation Issues in Traditional Labor Law
Fern H. Singer and Charles A. Powell IV