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15th Annual- Employment Law Institute

Publication Year: April 9, 2008   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Co-Chairs and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One-A The Year in Review- Significant Federal Decisions in 2007
 Chapter One-B Observations and Recent Washington Appellate Cases on Employment Law
 Chapter Two-A The Foreign Born Workforce- What Every Employment Lawyer
 Chapter Two-B Business Immigration- from Entry to Permanent Residence
 Chapter Three-A Restrictive Covenants- Are Employers Asking for the Sun, Moon and Stars
 Chapter Three-B A Look at the Fine Print- Are Employers Asking for the Sun, Moon and Stars
 Chapter Four- Electronic Discovery- Information That Just Doesn't Go Away- Privacy
 Chapter Five-A Settlement Agreements- How To Get The Deal Done and Keep It From Unraveling
 Chapter Five-B Settlement Agreements- How To Get The Deal Done and Keep It From Unraveling
 Chapter Six-A What Do They Need To Know About You The Invasive and Informative
 Chapter Six-B What Do They Need To Know About You The Invasive and Informative
 Chapter Seven-A Game Plans For Discovery in Cases That May Not See The Light of Day
 Chapter Seven-B Game Plans For Discovery in Cases That May Not See The Light of Day
 Chapter Eight- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Nine- The Rights and Plights of Military Personnel and Veterans- Honorable
 Chapter Ten- Recession and The Three R's- Rifs- Reorgs- Re Allignments- A Primer
 Chapter Eleven- Top 10 Ways To Get Your Thorniest Employment Case Settled in Mediation