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Restrictions On Political Activities Of Government Employees, Elizabeth L. Crittenden Sep 1984

Restrictions On Political Activities Of Government Employees, Elizabeth L. Crittenden

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Ten-Day Notice Of Strike Requirement Of Section 8(G) Of The 1974 Health Care Amendments As Applied By The East Chicago Rehabilitation Center, Inc. V. Nlrb Court, Max G. Mahaffee Jul 1984

The Ten-Day Notice Of Strike Requirement Of Section 8(G) Of The 1974 Health Care Amendments As Applied By The East Chicago Rehabilitation Center, Inc. V. Nlrb Court, Max G. Mahaffee

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Supervision Of Corporate Management: A Comparison Of Developments In European Community And United States Law, Alfred F. Conard May 1984

The Supervision Of Corporate Management: A Comparison Of Developments In European Community And United States Law, Alfred F. Conard

Michigan Law Review

In 1971, Eric Stein published an account of the remarkable progress of the European Economic Community (EEC) toward a harmonized law of business corporations. The progress was particularly striking from an American viewpoint, because the harmonization was achieved by moving toward the more rigorous of the various national standards, in contrast to the "race of laxity" or "race for the bottom" that has characterized the movement toward uniformity in the corporation laws of U.S. states.


The Privacy Plight Of Public Employees, Joel Shafferman Jan 1984

The Privacy Plight Of Public Employees, Joel Shafferman

Hofstra Law Review

No abstract provided.


Teachers As Plantiffs In Defamations: Determination Of Their Status As Public Officials Or Public Figures, Monica Smyth Jan 1984

Teachers As Plantiffs In Defamations: Determination Of Their Status As Public Officials Or Public Figures, Monica Smyth

Santa Clara Law Review

No abstract provided.


Industrial Policy And The Rights Of Labor: The Case Of Foreign Workers In The French Automobile Assemble Industry, Mark J. Miller Jan 1984

Industrial Policy And The Rights Of Labor: The Case Of Foreign Workers In The French Automobile Assemble Industry, Mark J. Miller

Michigan Journal of International Law

The foreign labor which made possible Western Europe's postwar economic growth has become a permanent, if belatedly recognized, component of the region's labor markets. Technological change and new industrial policies stressing efficiency, skilled labor, and rationalization threaten foreign workers, raising complex and important issues of law and social policy in the debate over labor's role in industrial policy. These changes already have resulted in grave problems which make agreement and clarification of the rights of foreign workers in national and international law a matter of considerable urgency.


Employee Involvement In Decision-Making: European Attempts At Harmonization, Ruth A. Harvey Jan 1984

Employee Involvement In Decision-Making: European Attempts At Harmonization, Ruth A. Harvey

Michigan Journal of International Law

Part I of this note examines the sources of Community power over employment policy. Part II analyzes two Community directives approximating laws regarding employee involvement in dismissal procedures. It also examines the impact of these Community directives on two Member States, the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG or West Germany) and the United Kingdom. The note focuses on the FRG because its statutes have served as the model for Community directives, and because the harmonization of laws throughout the Community will provide unique benefits to the FRG. The note examines the United Kingdom because its government has historically had a ...


The Role Of The Federal Government In Worker Adjustment Assistance, Linda Elliott Jan 1984

The Role Of The Federal Government In Worker Adjustment Assistance, Linda Elliott

Michigan Journal of International Law

Part I of this note examines worker adjustment assistance in the United States. It traces TAA's evolution from its inception as a means of compensating trade-displaced workers while minimizing government intervention in the market adjustment process, through its amendment to reflect congressional concern over the low number of worker certifications, to the criticism of its procedures arising out of more recent congressional interest in government-sponsored retraining as a means of attaining worker adjustment. After arguing that current certification and distribution procedures continue to reflect the original goal of the program- compensation with minimal intervention in the market- the note ...


Public Employees Financial Disclosure Law Requiring Detailed Disclosure From Low-Echelon Employees Not Unconstitutional, Barry V. City Of New York, 712 F.2d 1554 (2d Cir. 1983), Sharon Obel Thompson Jan 1984

Public Employees Financial Disclosure Law Requiring Detailed Disclosure From Low-Echelon Employees Not Unconstitutional, Barry V. City Of New York, 712 F.2d 1554 (2d Cir. 1983), Sharon Obel Thompson

Washington University Law Review

No abstract provided.


Comments On Judicial Nullification Of Jury Awards In Public Official And Public Figure Libel Suits, William P. Murphy Jan 1984

Comments On Judicial Nullification Of Jury Awards In Public Official And Public Figure Libel Suits, William P. Murphy

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legal Barriers To Worker Participation In Management Decision Making, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1984

Legal Barriers To Worker Participation In Management Decision Making, Theodore J. St. Antoine

Articles

Collective bargaining lies at the heart of the union-management relationship. It is the end and purpose of the whole effort to protect employees against reprisals when they form an organization to represent them in dealing with their employers. Collective bargaining is grounded in the belief that industrial strife will be checked, and the workers' lot bettered, if workers are given an effective voice in determining the conditions of their employment. My thesis is that federal law, even while placing the force of government behind collective bargaining, has so artificially confined its scope that the process has been seriously impeded from ...


Time At A Premium: The Arbitration Of Overtime And Premium Pay Disputes, Roger Abrams, Dennis Nolan Dec 1983

Time At A Premium: The Arbitration Of Overtime And Premium Pay Disputes, Roger Abrams, Dennis Nolan

Roger I. Abrams

This article continues the joint work of Professors Abrams and Nolan concerning the major issues addressed in labor arbitration. Unionized workplaces often include in their collective bargaining agreements provisions for the payment of premium pay to employees who work in certain situations, such as overtime hours beyond the normal workday or work week or hours worked when employees are called-in to work during non-working hours. The resolution of these disputes requires careful attention to the terms used by parties in their agreements within the context of the basic purposes of such provisions and an understanding of how they generally operate ...