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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Overview

2009 Employment Law Update analyzes recent developments in case law of interest to employment law practitioners representing plaintiffs, defendants, and labor unions and comprehensively covers recent developments in the rapidly changing employment and labor law field. Comprised of nine chapters - each written by an expert in employment law - this edition provides timely, incisive analysis of critical issues. 2009 Employment Law Update provides, where appropriate, checklists, forms, and guidance on strategic considerations for litigation and other forms of dispute resolution.

Product Details

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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