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Article Reviewed: "Kündigungsschutz In Deutschland Und Den Usa", Thomas Kohler Mar 2000

Article Reviewed: "Kündigungsschutz In Deutschland Und Den Usa", Thomas Kohler

Thomas C. Kohler

No abstract provided.


Kündigungsschutz In Deutschland Und Den Usa, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner Mar 2000

Kündigungsschutz In Deutschland Und Den Usa, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner

Thomas C. Kohler

No abstract provided.


Protecting Patient Rights Despite Erisa: Will The Supreme Court Allow States To Regulate Managed Care?, Donald T. Bogan Jan 2000

Protecting Patient Rights Despite Erisa: Will The Supreme Court Allow States To Regulate Managed Care?, Donald T. Bogan

Donald T. Bogan

No abstract provided.


The Arbitrary Path Of Due Process, Harry F. Tepker Jr. Jan 2000

The Arbitrary Path Of Due Process, Harry F. Tepker Jr.

Harry F. Tepker Jr.

No abstract provided.


A Different Kind Of Sameness: Beyond Formal Equality And Antisubordination Principles In Gay Legal Theory And Constitutional Doctrine, Nancy Levit Jan 2000

A Different Kind Of Sameness: Beyond Formal Equality And Antisubordination Principles In Gay Legal Theory And Constitutional Doctrine, Nancy Levit

Nancy Levit

Gay legal theory is at a crossroads reminiscent of the sameness/difference debate in feminist circles and the integrationist debate in critical race theory. Formal equality theorists take the heterosexual model as the norm and then seek to show that gays, lesbians, bisexuals, and transsexuals - except for their choice of partners - are just like heterosexuals. Antisubordination theorists attack the heterosexual model itself and seek to show that a society that insists on such a model is unjust. Neither of these strategies is wholly satisfactory. The formal equality model will fail to bring about fundamental reforms as long as sexual minorities ...


Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2008 Annual Update), Donald Bogan Dec 1999

Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2008 Annual Update), Donald Bogan

Donald T. Bogan

No abstract provided.


Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2009 Annual Update), Donald Bogan Dec 1999

Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2009 Annual Update), Donald Bogan

Donald T. Bogan

No abstract provided.


A Logit Model To Predict The Enforceability Of Non Compete Agreements, Helen Lavan Dec 1999

A Logit Model To Predict The Enforceability Of Non Compete Agreements, Helen Lavan

Helen LaVan

No abstract provided.


Open Heart Surgery: Reform Of Labour Mediation Regime In Sweden, Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1999

Open Heart Surgery: Reform Of Labour Mediation Regime In Sweden, Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Conditioning Expectations: The Protection Of The Employment Bond In German And American Law, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner Dec 1999

Conditioning Expectations: The Protection Of The Employment Bond In German And American Law, Thomas Kohler, Michael Kittner

Thomas C. Kohler

According to many observers, one of the critical factors accounting for the unprecedented economic growth that the United States enjoyed during the past decade is a regulatory regime that places few restrictions on an employer's ability to shed unwanted employees. Similarly, the slower economic growth that Germany and Europe experienced during this period often is attributed to elaborate employment protection schemes that restrict the ability of employers to discharge undesired workers. These protections are blamed for making countries like Germany less attractive places for foreign investment. This piece examines in comparative perspective the restrictions the American and German regulatory ...


The Integrity Of Unrestricted Desire: Community, Values, And The Problem Of Personhood, Thomas Kohler Dec 1999

The Integrity Of Unrestricted Desire: Community, Values, And The Problem Of Personhood, Thomas Kohler

Thomas C. Kohler

No abstract provided.


Kyrkans Sociallära - En Lära För Vår Tid? [Social Teaching Of The Catholic Church – A Teaching For Our Time?], Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1999

Kyrkans Sociallära - En Lära För Vår Tid? [Social Teaching Of The Catholic Church – A Teaching For Our Time?], Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2011 Annual Update), Donald Bogan Dec 1999

Managed Care Issues, Chapter 14, § Viii (2011 Annual Update), Donald Bogan

Donald T. Bogan

No abstract provided.


Sweden. National Monograph, Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1999

Sweden. National Monograph, Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Employee Loyalty In Sweden, Reinhold Fahlbeck Dec 1999

Employee Loyalty In Sweden, Reinhold Fahlbeck

Reinhold Fahlbeck

No abstract provided.


Autonomy And Personhood: The Implications For Labor And Employment Law, Thomas Kohler Dec 1999

Autonomy And Personhood: The Implications For Labor And Employment Law, Thomas Kohler

Thomas C. Kohler

No abstract provided.


Leveling The Playing Field Or Stacking The Deck? The "Unfair Advantage" Critique Of Perceived Disability Claims, Michelle A. Travis Dec 1999

Leveling The Playing Field Or Stacking The Deck? The "Unfair Advantage" Critique Of Perceived Disability Claims, Michelle A. Travis

Michelle A. Travis

In Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Congress recognized that the fears, misperceptions, and stereotypes about disabled individuals are so pervasive that employment discrimination reaches beyond those who actually possess substantially limiting impairments. Accordingly, the ADA protects not only employees with actual disabilities, but also those nondisabled employees who mistakenly are regarded as disabled by their employers. This Article analyzes to what extent those with perceived disabilities should receive the same substantive safeguards as those who are actually disabled. Specifically, the Article argues that applying the traditional forms of the ADA's reasonable accommodations and ...


The Ada, Respiratory Disabilities And Smoking: Can Smokers At Burger King Really Have It Their Way?, Mary Kate Kearney Dec 1999

The Ada, Respiratory Disabilities And Smoking: Can Smokers At Burger King Really Have It Their Way?, Mary Kate Kearney

Mary Kate Kearney

No abstract provided.