February 13, 2020

Page Three

Law and Policy

Rewriting Federal Labor and Employment Laws for the Rest of the 21st Century: A Status Report on the 111th Congress

AFL-CIO Issue Briefs 2009

Labor Issues Update
U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Litigation

Case Dismissed? Summary Judgment Practice in Employment Cases

Damn the Torpedoes: Summary Judgment Practicalities and Perspectives from a Plaintiff's Attorney
John F. Beasley, Jr.

How Should I Deal With My Opponent's Expert Witness Report? Cross Examining Experts and Arguing Daubert Issues

Cross-Examination in Employment Cases
Mark A. Shank and Anar Rathod

So How Should I Deal with My Opponent's Expert Witness Report? Cross Examining Experts and Arguing Daubert Issues
Johnine P. Barnes

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26 and Relevant Portions of Advisory Committee Notes

Navigating the E-Discovery Minefield: Latest Developments and Current Compliance Issues

Navigating the E-Discovery Minefield: Latest Developments and Current Compliance Issues
Kim Newman

The Federal Rules Governing Electronic Discovery
Hon. Andrew J. Peck

To Have and To Hold . . . .'Til Death Do You Part?
Carla M. Siegel

The Electronic Courtroom: Effective Use of All the Bells and Whistles

From the Bench: Welcome to the 21st Century Courtroom
Hon. Mark W. Bennett

High Tech Justice: A View From the Federal Bench on Courtroom Technology
Hon. Mark W. Bennett

Ethics in Discovery: Abuses and Sanctions

Ethical Quicksand in Employment Depositions
Richard S. Amador

Oh No, You Didn't! Discovery Abuses and Sanctions
Melissa S. Woods

Discovery Abuses
Richard T. Seymour

Sanctions
Richard T. Seymour

Pro Bono

Volunteering in Low Wage Earner Tax Assistance Programs: An Opportunity for Pro Bono Service

The Earned Income Tax Credit
Keith S. Blair

Pro Bono With the IRS VITA Program from a Practicing Non-Tax Attorney Perspective
Nicholas Janiga

Public Sector

Bargaining in the Public Sector in Difficult Economic Times

Public Sector Bargaining During Difficult Economic Times: or, Dialing Down Expectations
Peter Feuille

The Effects of Financially Difficult Times on Public Sector Bargaining
Nancy E. Hoffman

History of The New York Experience
Nancy E. Hoffman

A Primer on Collective Bargaining and Individual Rights in the Public Sector

The First, Fourth and Fifth Amendment Constitutional Rights of Public Employees – Free Speech, Due Process and Other Issues
James F. Allmendinger, Daniel J. Broxup and David R. Fernstrum

The Right to Organize and the Right to Bargain
Margaret A. McCann

Sports and Entertainment

Intellectual property Issues for Employment Lawyers

Mock Preliminary Injunction Hearing
J. Jay Thornton

What Employment Lawyers Can Learn from Drug Testing in Sports

The Role of Arbitration in Resolving U.S. Olympic Sport Doping Disputes
William Bock, III

Traditional Labor

Stop! I Say Stop Again! The Developing Law of NLRB Remedies

Rethinking NLRB Remedies: Real Reform Right Now
Allison Beck

NLRB Remedies
Wayne R. Gold

Tell Us More: The General Counsel Discusses Enforcement Issues with a Panel of Union and Management Attorneys

Recent NLRA Enforcement Efforts by the NLRB General Counsel
Robert S. Giolito and Keren Wheeler

As the Pendulum Swings: The Role of Precedent in National Labor Relations Board Decisions

Why Bad Law Lasts Forever: The Consequences of Censoring Charging Parties
Michael T. Anderson

As the Pendulum Swings: The Role of Precedent in National Labor Relations Board Decisions
Tanja L. Thompson

Bankruptcy and Collective Bargaining Issues

Is 'Necessary' Still the Mother of Rejection? The Treatment of CBAs on the 25th Anniversary of § 1113
Christopher D. R. Cameron

Table A Rejection: Cases Granting § 1113(c) Motion 1994-2008

Table B Rejection: Cases Denying § 1113(c) Motion 1994-2008

Bankruptcy and Collective Bargaining Issues
Richard F. Shaw

A Bankruptcy Primer for Labor Lawyers
Bruce Simon

How Is The NLRB Faring in the Federal Courts?

How Is The NLRB Faring in the Federal Courts?
John H. Ferguson

Wage and Hour

Determining Compensable Work Issues

Federal Litigation Update: Compensability of Pre-Shift and Post-Shift Duties
Molly A. Elkin and Sara L. Faulman

Compensable Time
Christine E. Webber

Section 203(o) and Compensable Time
Christine E. Webber

Recent Developments In The Compensability of Training Time Under The FLSA and Travel Time Under the Employee Commuting Flexibility Act
Nathan J. Oleson

Litigating Wage and Hour Class Actions

Litigating Wage and Hour Class Actions
David Borgen, Eve Cervantez, Suzanne J. Thomas and Theodora Lee

Covered or Exempt?

FLSA Exemptions Update
Susan N. Eisenberg and Natalie Norfus

Section 213(a) Exemptions Since the New DOL 541 Regs: Premature Death Knell of the Salaried Basis Test and Other Unsettled Exemption Issues
Gregory K. McGillivary

FLSA Update On Motor Carrier Act, Outside Sales, and Highly Compensated Employees Exemptions
Sam J. Smith

Employee or Independent Contractor? Single or Joint Employer?

Independent Contractor Misclassification<
Aaron Kaufman, Lynn Rossman Faris, Revae Morn and Gary Eidelman

Employee Misclassification