ISBN-10:
0735578869
ISBN-13:
9780735578869
Pub. Date:
12/18/2009
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Emanuel Law Outlines: Property / Edition 7

Emanuel Law Outlines: Property / Edition 7

by Steven L. Emanuel

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ISBN-13: 9780735578869
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 12/18/2009
Series: Emanuel Law Outlines Series
Edition description: Student
Pages: 552
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.20(d)

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. EMPLOYMENT CLAIMS IN BANKRUPTCY - Henry H. Perritt, Jr.



• § 1.01 Introduction
• § 1.02 Bankruptcy Basics
• § 1.03 Reorganization Plans
• § 1.04 Liquidation
• § 1.05 Preferential and Fraudulent Transfers
• § 1.06 Adversary Proceedings
• § 1.07 Creditors’ Committees
• § 1.08 Strategic Considerations for Employees
• § 1.09 Pre-Petition Compensation and Benefits
• § 1.10 Post-Petition Compensation and Benefits
• § 1.11 Tort and Workers Compensation Claims
• § 1.12 Mechanics Liens
• § 1.13 Retiree Benefits
• § 1.14 Collective Bargaining Agreements
• § 1.15 WARN Act

Chapter 2. IMPLICATIONS OF THE NFL LOCKOUT LITIGATION - Henry H. Perritt, Jr.



• § 2.01 Introduction
• § 2.02 History of the 2010 NFL Controversy
• § 2.03 The Labor Exemptions to the Antitrust Laws—In General
• § 2.04 Entertainment Labor Markets and the Non-Statutory Exemption
• § 2.05 Implications for the Future
• § 2.06 Is a Statutory Sports Exemption Needed?

Chapter 3. TITLE VII AND SECTION 1981, LITIGATING THE CIVIL RIGHTS CASE - Jason D. Keck



• § 3.01 Introduction
• § 3.02 Title VII and Section 1981
• § 3.03 Theories
• § 3.04 Emerging Issues Arising in Title VII and Section 1981 Litigation
• § 3.05 Issues in Post-Judgment Attorneys’ Fees
• § 3.06 Conclusion

Chapter 4. ATTORNEYS’ FEES - Henry H. Perritt, Jr.



• § 4.01 Introduction
• § 4.02 Common Law: English and American Rules
• § 4.03 Statutory Awards
• § 4.04 Determining the Amount of a Fee Award
• § 4.05 Expenses and Overhead Charges
• § 4.06 Fees for Defendants
• § 4.07 Evidence
• § 4.08 Standard of Review
• § 4.09 Choice of Law

Chapter 5. EMPLOYMENT CLASS ACTIONS AFTER WAL-MART - Henry H. Perritt, Jr.



• § 5.01 Introduction
• § 5.02 The Wal-Mart Case
• § 5.03 Rule 23 Framework for Class Actions
• § 5.04 Defendant Class Actions
• § 5.05 Appellate Review
• § 5.06 The Fate of Discretionary, Subjective Decisionmaking
• § 5.07 Personal Jurisdiction
• § 5.08 Class Actions Distinguished from Pattern-and-Practice Cases
• § 5.09 Implications for Future Employment Litigation

Chapter 6. HIDDEN PERILS: OBSCURE EMPLOYMENT LAWS - Andrew S. Goldberg, Esq. and Amber L. Stefankiewicz, Esq.



• § 6.01 Introduction
• § 6.02 National Labor Relations Act
• § 6.03 Obscure Areas of Civil Rights Laws
• § 6.04 Conclusion

Chapter 7. EFFECTIVE USE OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN THE EMPLOYMENT CONTEXT - John E. Campbell and Timothy E. Grochocinski



• § 7.01 Introduction
• § 7.02 History of Arbitration Clauses
• § 7.03 Advantages and Disadvantages of Arbitrating
• § 7.04 Effectively Using Arbitration Clauses in the Employment Context
• § 7.05 Waiver: Protecting the Right to Compel Arbitration After a Claim Is Filed
• § 7.06 Review of an Arbitration Award
• § 7.07 Checklist for Employers for Creating Enforceable Arbitration Provision

Chapter 8. MULTINATIONAL EMPLOYERS’ WHISTLEBLOWER HOTLINES: COMPLYING WITH THE SIX CATEGORIES OF LAW THAT REGULATE REPORT CHANNELS AROUND THE WORLD

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