Employment Law Update, 2010 Edition Employment Law Update, 2010 Edition
by Henry H. Perritt, Jr., Esq.


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2010 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 ten chapters - each written by an expert in employment law - this edition provides timely, incisive analysis of critical issues. 2010 Employment Law Update provides, where appropriate, checklists, forms, and guidance on strategic considerations for litigation and other forms of dispute resolution.

Highlights of the 2010 Edition includes analysis of:

  • The tax consequences of workers' being classified as employees or independent contractors
  • Internal investigations of employee misconduct for cross-border employers
  • The data and policy debates over the effect of NAFTA on agricultural employment in Mexico
  • The developing and conflicting case law on who decides what is "just cause" for employment termination when employees establish a contractual right to be terminated only for cause
  • The developing case law interpreting recent Supreme Court decisions on mixed motives for adverse employment action
  • The legal issues likely to arise when employees participate in social networking, explaining the risks to employers if they do not regulate such activity and the risks if they do
  • The recently promulgated Labor Department regulations implementing amendments to FMLA
  • The whistleblower protection provided in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and the rapidly expanding case law
  • The pending case of Brubaker v. Deere and the ERISA issues likely to be involved in any mass layoff and adjustment of health care benefits
  • The intellectual property issues likely to arise in modern workplaces

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