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Will The Tax Man Cometh To Coach Rodriguez?, Douglas A. Kahn, Jeffrey H. Kahn Aug 2008

Will The Tax Man Cometh To Coach Rodriguez?, Douglas A. Kahn, Jeffrey H. Kahn

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There has been much in the news recently about coaches of major college sports teams moving to a new school and incurring an obligation to make payment to their old school under a buyout provision in their contract. The most recent example is the highly publicized move of Richard Rodriguez from West Virginia University to the University of Michigan. Coach Rodriguez had a contract with his former employer that required him to pay $4 million dollars to West Virginia if he left for another coaching position. After a suit was filed, it was reported that the parties agreed that the ...


Tax Consequences When A New Employer Bears The Cost Of The Employee's Terminating A Prior Employment Relationship, Douglas A. Kahn, Jeffrey H. Kahn Jan 2007

Tax Consequences When A New Employer Bears The Cost Of The Employee's Terminating A Prior Employment Relationship, Douglas A. Kahn, Jeffrey H. Kahn

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The next few months will be busy ones for moving companies that have NCAA basketball coaches as customers. In the past few months, several men's college basketball coaches have accepted jobs at different schools. Several of those coaches, who were still under contract at their former institution, had buy out provisions that allowed them to terminate their relationship for a set price. John Beilein is a prominent example of this since his buy out price was so high. Last season, Beilein was the head basketball coach at West Virginia University where he was under contract with the school until ...


Compensating Differentials For Gender-Specific Job Injury Risks, Joni Hersch Jan 1998

Compensating Differentials For Gender-Specific Job Injury Risks, Joni Hersch

Vanderbilt Law School Faculty Publications

Women have largely been excluded from analyses of compensating differentials for job risk since they are predominantly employed in safer, white-collar occupations. New data reveal that their injury experience is considerable. One-third of the total injury and illness cases with days away from work accrue to female workers. Adjusted for employment, women are 71 percent as likely as men to experience an injury or illness. As one would predict on theoretical grounds, these risks generate compensating differentials. Based on gender-specific injury incidence rates for both industry and occupation, I find strong evidence of compensating wage differentials for the job risk ...


Title Vii Compensation Issues Affecting Bilingual Hispanic Employees, David Allen Larson Jan 1991

Title Vii Compensation Issues Affecting Bilingual Hispanic Employees, David Allen Larson

Faculty Scholarship

This article deals the workers who are bilingual and their accompanying compensation on the job. The article covers compensation, classification, Bilingual Hispanic employees required to speak both Spanish and English on the job may, in certain circumstances, be entitled to greater compensation under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 than employees who do the same job exclusively in English. It is unlikely, however, that a court will conclude that bilingual Hispanic employees required to speak both Spanish and English are for that reason alone entitled to increased compensation. Yet bilingual Hispanic employees required to use both languages ...


Fighting City Hall With The Equality Rights Provisions Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Jonathan Baker Jan 1985

Fighting City Hall With The Equality Rights Provisions Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Jonathan Baker

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Norris V. Arizona Governing Committee: Titile Vii's Applicability To Arizona's Deferred Compensation Plan, Mary E. Berkheiser Jan 1982

Norris V. Arizona Governing Committee: Titile Vii's Applicability To Arizona's Deferred Compensation Plan, Mary E. Berkheiser

Scholarly Works

Analysis of Norris v. Arizona Governing Comm., 671 F.2d 330 (9th Cir. 1982).