February 13, 2020

Page Two

Ethical, Practical, and Tehcnological Issues in Managing a Labor and Employment Law Practice

Apps for Labor and Employment Lawyers

Apps for Lawyers
Natalie R. Kelly, Jeffrey Richardson, Jeffrey Taylor, and James McKenna

BYOD: Bring Your Own Device or Bring Your Own Disaster?

BYOD: Bring Your Own Disaster or Bring Your Own Device
Amira Day Dallafior

Bring Your Own Disaster or Bring Your Own Device? The Latest on "Dual Device" Laws, Policies and Practices
Troy L. Kessler

Social Media and Employment Law: Key Cases and Legal Issues
Heather A. Morgan and Felicia A. Davis

Bring Your Own Devices to Work and Use Them to Organize: The Protection of Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act
David A. Rosenfeld

The Business and Ethics of Hanging Out Your Shingle

Jumping Ship: Ethical Considerations in Lateral Movements
Wayne N. Outten and Cara E. Greene

The Business and Ethics of Hanging Out Your Shingle
Cara Greene, Lawrence Morales II, Michael Posner, and Cassie Springer

Do Lawyers Have an Ethical Duty to Learn About and Understand Technology?

Practical Guidance on an Attorney's Emerging Ethical Obligation to Understand Relevant Technology
Andrew Altschul

Do Lawyers Have an Ethical Duty to Learn About and Understand Technology?
Sean R. Gallagher

Economic and Technological Forces Impacting the Legal Profession--Which Innovations Lawyers Should Adopt to Strengthen the Future of the Profession and Which Innovations Should Be Avoided
Carol Langford and Suzanne Schornack

Ethical Engagements: You Don’t Need a Ring But You Might Want a Pre-Nup

Ethical Engagements: You Don’t Need a Ring, But You Might Want a Pre-Nup: Special Issues for Union Counsel
Nora L. Macey

Preparing Fee Agreements for Plaintiffs in Employee Rights Cases: Be Clear, Concise and Complete
Scott M. Pollins

Identifying and Managing Your Client’s Social Media Content
Calon Russell and Dayna E. Underhill

Some Thoughts on Engagement Letters: Updated September 2013
Peter R. Jarvis, Dayna E. Underhill, David J. Elkanich, and Allison D. Rhodes

Ethics of Social Media for Lawyers: It’s Not Just Clients Who Need to Worry

Social Media: Why It Matters for Lawyers
David D. Powell, David M. Cook, and Beth E. Terrell

Why Can’t We Be "Friends?" Navigating the Rules of Professional Conduct in the Age of Social Media
Beth E. Terrell and Samuel J. Strauss

Marketing Your Labor and Employment Practice to Secure Business and Recognition

Top 10 Tips for Rainmaking/Management Style
Angie Davis

Marketing Your Practice to Secure Business and Recognition
Matthew R. Robbins and Nathan D. Eisenberg

Very Recent Changes in the Ethics Rules: Wrapping Up the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20

Very Recent Changes in the Ethics Rules: Wrapping up the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 Multijurisdictional Practice and Related Topics
James F. Allmendinger

Very Recent Changes in the Ethics Rules: Wrapping up the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 Ethics and Technology
J. S. Christie, Jr. and Mike Murray

Very Recent Changes in the Ethics Rules: Wrapping Up the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20 Client Confidentiality and Amended Model Rule 1.6
Richard T. Seymour

Outsourcing and Miscellaneous Rules Considerations
Elizabeth Clark Tarbert

Immigration

Causes of Action for Workplace Abuse of Immigrant Workers

Immigration Action – The Civil Side of Employing Foreign Nationals
Brian S. Green, Jonathan A. Grode, and Alex Varghese

Representing Immigrant Workers in Labor and Employment Cases: The Trafficking Victims Protection Act
Naomi Tsu

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Comprehensive Immigration Reform: Department of Justice Practices

A Comparative Analysis of Pending House and Senate Immigration Reform Measures in Terms of their Impact on Employers
Mary E. Pivec

The National Labor Relations Board’s Entry into Immigration Issues

Select Topics on Immigration and Labor
Katchen Locke

On the Border: The NLRB's Entry into Immigration Issues: The Employer's Perspective: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Amy Zdravecky and Douglas A. Hass

ABA L&E Immigration Panel Hypothetical

Memorandum OM 11-62: Updated Procedures in Adressing Immigration Status Issues that Arise During NLRB Proceedings
Richard A. Siegel

Memorandum OM 12-55: Case Handling Instructions for Compliance Cases after Flaum Appetizing Corp
Ann Purcell

International

International Perspectives on Managing the Risks of Alternate Workforces

Abusing Chinese Interns as Subminimum Industrial Labor
Earl V. Brown, Jr. and Kyle A. deCant

Drafting Employment Documents for International Commuters: An European (Employer) Perspective
Juliet Carp

Alternative Workforces in the Global Apparel Industry: Six Degrees of Exploitation?
Benjamin Hensler

Next Up for North American Employers and Unions? International Framework Agreements (IFAs) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)

Next Up for North American Employers and Unions? International and Corporate Social Responsibility: What Is the State of United States Labor and Employment Law?
Joseph Z. Fleming

Corporate Social Responsibility, International Framework Agreements and Changing CorporateBehavior in the Global Workplace
Owen E. Herrnstadt

Evolving Global Industrial Relations: Global Agreements and UNI Global Union--Does this matter in the United States?
Christy Hoffman

Unions in the Global Workplace: New Frontiers: A North-American Overview and Canadian Experience
Danny Kaufer and Thomas Brady, with the assistance of Alexis Beaudin-Fol and Shane Goldman

Next Up for North American Employers and Unions? International and Corporate Social Repsonsibility
Michael G. Sherrard and Dr. Gerlind Wisskirchen

International Framework Agreement Ford Motor Company and Global IMF I Ford Global Information Sharing Network Agreed upon Social Rights and Social Responsibility Principles

Appendix A: Recent Supreme Court Employment and Labor Law Rulings
Joseph Z. Fleming

Latin America on the Rise: The Impact of Legal Reforms and Labor Market Developments in China and Latin America

Global Union Federation Initiatives Regarding Working Conditions in Latin American Supply Chains
Andrew Ebejer and Erin R. Kuzz

Latin America on the Rise: The Impact of Legal Reforms and Labor Market Developments in China and Latin America
Carolina Tavares Rodrigues Davies

The 2012 Mexican Labor Reform: An Assessment with an Emphasis on Productivity
Oscar de la Vega

Obligations to Employees in Times of Crises in the U.S. and Abroad

Protecting Cross-Border Workers from Dangerous Working Conditions
Robert B. Stulberg

Duty of Care and Travel Risk Management Global Benchmarking Study | Duty of Care of Employers for Protecting International Assignees, their Dependents, and International Business Travelers
Dr. Lisbeth Claus

Safety and Security of Expatriate Employees: Managing Legal Risks for International Employers
Jeffrey S. Heller

Employer Obligations to Workers in Times of Crises in the U.S. and Abroad: Legal and Practical Issues
Marley S. Weiss

Labor-Management Relations

Bargaining under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Private Sector: A Different Kind of Health Insurance “Exchange”

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Bankruptcy and the Railway Labor Act

An Unhappy Crossroads: The Interplay of Bankruptcy and Airline Labor Law
Neal D. Mollen, Todd C. Duffield, and Jon A. Geier

477 B.R. 384 United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. New York

478 B.R. 599 United States Bankruptcy Court, S.D. New York. In the Matter of AMR CORPORATION, Debtors

Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Contingent Collection Bargaining Agreement

TWU and IAM Joint Agreement for the Formation of the Airline Mechanic and Related Employee Association – TWU/IAM

The Constant Crisis: Public Sector Bargaining in the New Age

Attacks on Public Sector Collective Bargaining, 2011-Present
Joseph Slater

Ruling Trips up Cooper Sale
Tyrel Linkhorn

Education Issues at the National Labor Relations Board

Education Issues at the National Labor Relations Board | Powerpoint
Jeffrey R. Boxer, Wayne R. Gold, and Jennifer Platzkere Snyder

Has Specialty Healthcare Changed the Landscape in Organizing and Representation Proceedings?

Tempest in a Bedpan? The Specialty Healthcare Controversy
William H. Haller

Has Specialty Healthcare Changed the Landscape in Organizing and Representation Proceedings?
Tanja L. Thompson and Brenda Canale

An Inside View of an NLRB Case: What They Were Thinking

Guideline Memorandum Concerning Defeerral to Arbitral Awards and Greivevance Settlements in Section 8(a)(1) and (3) Cases
Lafe Solomon

NLRB Casehandling Manual: Part One: Unfair Labor Practice Proceedings

Memorandum OM 06-16: Quality Committee Report on FY 2004's Litigation Losses--Credibility

Memorandum OM 10-13(CH): Casehandling Regarding Application of Spielberg/Olin Standards

It’s Always 1983 in the American Workplace: Constitutional Protections for Public Sector Employees

Back to the Future – It’s Always 1983 in the American Workplace | Recent Cases
James W. Henderson, Jr., Sheldon Nahmod, and George S. Crisci

Meet the Acting NLRB General Counsel

Meet the (Acting?) NLRB General Counsel
Jonathan C. Fritts and N. Elizabeth Reynolds

National Labor Relations Act Fundamentals for the Non-Union Workplace

NLRA Fundamentals in the Non-Union Workplace
Joseph J Torres and Emily R. Perez

National Labor Relations Board Update

Summaries of Significant NLRB and Court Decisions: September 1, 2012 through August 31, 2013
Susan Davis

Recent NLRB and Office of General Counsel Activities—Policy Oscillation or Voodoo Jurisprudence?
G. Roger King and Nikki McArthur

The National Labor Relations Board’s Entry into Immigration Issues

Select Topics on Immigration and Labor
Katchen Locke

On the Border: The NLRB's Entry into Immigration Issues: The Employer's Perspective: Stuck Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Amy Zdravecky and Douglas A. Hass

ABA L&E Immigration Panel Hypothetical

Memorandum OM 11-62: Updated Procedures in Adressing Immigration Status Issues that Arise During NLRB Proceedings
Richard A. Siegel

Memorandum OM 12-55: Case Handling Instructions for Compliance Cases after Flaum Appetizing Corp
Ann Purcell

National Security: How Secure Is Too Secure?

National Security: How Secure Is Too Secure?
Daniel J. Kaspar

National Security: How Secure is Too Secure?
Dr. A. P. Williams

The Practical Application of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Public Sector

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