February 13, 2020

Page Four

Workplace Problems and Solutions

The Practical and Legal Implications of Bullying in theWorkplace: Understanding Employers’ Responsibilities for Creating andMaintaining a Positive Environment
Dennis A. Davis, Gregg M. Lemley and Lindsey M. Johnson

Workplace Bullying and its Legal Implications for Unions
Brian J. LaClair

Can Employees Be Disciplined for Out-of-Work Behavior?

Discrimination Laws Regarding Off-Duty Conduct: A State By State Survey
Melinda J. Caterine

Can Employees Be Disciplined for Out-of-Work Behavior? A Summary of Recent Cases
Lori D. Ecker

None of Your Business? Disciplining Employees for Out-of-Work Behavior: What Arbitrators Have to Say
Marilyn S. Teitelbaum

Determining when the Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Doctrines Apply to Internal Communications

The Art of Litigating Privilege Claims: A Judicial Perspective on Effective Advocacy
Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson

Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product Protection in the Electronic Discovery Age: An Ethical Search for Answers?
Michael Z. Green

In-House Counsel Assertions of Attorney-Client Privilege and Work Product in the Corporate Setting

Veronica G. Gromada

Ideas to Help Plaintiff’s Counsel Pull Back the Curtain of the Privilege Claim
Virginia L. Hardwick

Investigation Basics: Planning, Execution and Documentation

Investigation Checklists
J. Randall Coffey and Jennie Clarke

Workplace Investigation Basics: The Employee /Plaintiff Perspective
Lori L. Deem

Decision and Order | Resource Materials
Steven Starr

Managing Employees with Discrimination or Other Complaints

Counseling Current Employees
Jonathan Ben-Asher

After the Whistle Blows: How Employers Can Minimize the Risks of Retaliation Claims and Manage Employees in the Aftermath of Discrimination and Other Complaints
Robert T. Bernstein and Sara P. Yager

Discrimination Claims in the Collective Bargaining Arena
Paula R. Johnston

The Pitfalls of Employee Assistance Program Referrals: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished: The Pitfalls of Employee Assistance Program Referrals | Hypotheticals
Glen Savits, Laurie Vasichek, Euncie Washington, and Sheree Wright

Workplace Investigations: Getting to the Bottom of Complex Matters without Falling Into a Trap

Workplace Investigations: Getting to the Bottom of Complex Matters Without Falling into a Trap
Nancy Bornn

Workplace Investigations – Getting to the Bottom of the Matter without Falling into a Trap: Is your Workplace Investigation Privileged or Discoverable?
Kirsten Scheurer Branigan

Workplace Investigations: Getting to the Bottom of Complex Matters without Falling into a Trap: The NLRA Perspective
Louis L. Robein

Ethical Considerations for In-House Counsel Related to Internal Investigations
Ashley Simpson with Donna M. Hughes

Workplace Investigations: Getting to the Bottom of Complex Matters without Falling into a Trap: Concluding the Investigation and Parallel Agency Investigations
Jennifer L. Sabourin