February 13, 2020

AM | 2012

The following papers were presented at programs sponsored by the Section of Labor and Employment Law at the 2012 ABA Annual Meeting. Clicking on the filename will open a PDF document in a new window. Clicking on an author's name will also open a biographical PDF document in a new window.

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What’s in a Title? Wage and Hour Misclassification Issues

The Outside Sales Exemption and Deference to the Department of Labor’s Interpretations in Light of Christopher v. SmithKline Beecham Corp

Jeremy J. Glenn

Establishing Independent State Legislation Regarding Independent Contractors | Employee Misclassification--2012: Summary of State Initiatives & Resources

Marc R. Poulos

Wage and Hour Misclassification: Recent Appellate Decisions Addressing the FLSA Administrative Exemption

Maureen A. Salas

Ethically Handling the Challenges of Legal Representation when a Client, Witness, Opposing Party or Counsel Suffers from a Mental Disability

Ethically Handling the Challenges of Legal Representation when a Client, Witness, Opposing Party or Counsel Suffers from a Mental Disability

Michael H. Fogel, Psy.D.

Getting to “Win-Win”: Making Mediation Successful

Mediation Preparation and Advocacy: A Plaintiff Representative’s Perspective

Lori D. Ecker

Win-Win Mediation

Ralph A. Morris

What the Supreme Court is Now Saying about ERISA-- A Discussion of the Court’s Amara Decision

What the Supreme Court is Now Saying about ERISA-- A Discussion of the Court’s Amara Decision

Mark Casciari, Deborah S. Davidson, Joyce A. Mader and Thomas G. Moukawsher

Not in my Playground: Civility and Professionalism in Your Workplace

George Washington’s Rules of Civility and Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation

Foundation Magazine 

How The College of Labor and Employment Lawyers’ Code of Professionalism and Civility Makes a Difference in My Workplace

Donald L. Sapir

Not in My Playground:  Civility and Professionalism In Your Workplace - Respect, Restraint, Responsibility

William A. Widmer, III 

3D in Real Life: Discipline, Discharge and Documentation; What Every Practitioner Needs to Know

Confidential Intake Questionnaire for Individual Employment Law Matters

Alejandro Caffarelli

3-D in Real Life: Discipline, Discharge and Documentation; What Every Practioner Needs to Know

Michele N. Cotrupe

3-D in Real Life: Discipline, Discharge and Documentation; What Every Practioner Needs to Know

Anneliese Wermuth

Can My Employer Really Require Me to Friend It? The Latest Word in Social Media, What It Is and What Are the Lawful Uses of this Information

An Old Act and New Technology: Applying the NLRA to Social Media

Angie Cowan Hamada

Social Media: Emerging Issues for Employment Lawyers

Mark D. Risk

Social Media: What Is IT and When Is It Protected by the National Labor Relations Act

Amy Jo Zdravecky and Gwen B. Morales

Show and Tell -Best Practices for Handling Government Investigations

Show and Tell -Best Practices for Handling Government Investigations

Stacey Campbell, William Kinney, Mark Schneider, Steven Andrew Smith, and Nicole M. Walthour

Where Will the Pendulum Stop on Arbitration? ADR and Arbitration Case Law Update

D.R. Horton: Pushing the Limit on Section 7 of the NLRA

Angie Davis

Recent Federal Court Decisions Holding Arbitration Clauses Partially or Entirely Unenforceable

Paul W. Mollica

Limits Imposed on Mandatory Arbitration Agreements by the National Labor Relations Board

Marlin O. Osthus