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Employment Law Essentials- What Every Employment Lawyer Needs to Know for 2004

Publication Year: December 2, 2003   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Title
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- A Employment Law Briefing 2003 Wage and Hour Class Action
 Chapter One- B The Resurgence of Employment Class Act
 Chapter Two- HIPAA Privacy 101 For The Employment Law Lawyer
 Chapter Three- A Further Than Ever From the ADA- Washington Law on Disability Discrimination
 Chapter Three- B Further Than Ever From the ADA
 Chapter Four- A Winning Your Case At Mediation
 Chapter Four- B How To Make The Most of Mediation- Preparing Yourself, Your Client, and the Mediator
 Chapter 5- The New Federal Rules on Exemption Under the FSLA
 Chapter Six- The Ethics of Ending Representation Fifty Ways to Leave Your Client
 Chapter Seven- Reserved
 Chapter Eight- The Newest Whistleblower- Sarbanes- Oxley for Employment Lawyers
 Addendum