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Eeoc V. Abercrombie & Fitch: Mistakes, Same-Sex Marriage, And Unintended Consequences, Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Eeoc V. Abercrombie & Fitch: Mistakes, Same-Sex Marriage, And Unintended Consequences, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

No abstract provided.


The Rise And Fall Of Private Sector Unionism: What Next For The Nlra?, Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Barry T. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

The Rise And Fall Of Private Sector Unionism: What Next For The Nlra?, Jeffrey M. Hirsch, Barry T. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

No abstract provided.


The Law Of Termination: Doing More With Less, Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

The Law Of Termination: Doing More With Less, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

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Communication Breakdown: Reviving The Role Of Discourse In The Regulation Of Employee Collective Action, Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Communication Breakdown: Reviving The Role Of Discourse In The Regulation Of Employee Collective Action, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

No abstract provided.


Taking State Property Rights Out Of Federal Labor Law, Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Taking State Property Rights Out Of Federal Labor Law, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

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Nlrb Elections: Ambush Or Anticlimax?, Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Nlrb Elections: Ambush Or Anticlimax?, Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

No abstract provided.


Labor Law Obstacles To The Collective Negotiation And Implementation Of Employee Stock Ownership Plans: A Response To Henry Hansmann And Other "Survivalists", Jeffrey M. Hirsch 2018 University of North Carolina School of Law

Labor Law Obstacles To The Collective Negotiation And Implementation Of Employee Stock Ownership Plans: A Response To Henry Hansmann And Other "Survivalists", Jeffrey M. Hirsch

Jeffrey Hirsch

No abstract provided.


Investment Spending And Gdp, Kevin Zaldivar 2018 Augustana College, Rock Island Illinois

Investment Spending And Gdp, Kevin Zaldivar

Celebration of Learning

This study's mission is to give a modern day analysis to investment spending and to provide insight to the degree of impact certain investments have on our GDP. This should interest local,state,and federal policy makers as well as anyone who practices their civic duty.


Foreword: Altruism, Community, And Markets, Kimberly D. Krawiec, Julia D. Mahoney, Sally L. Satel 2018 Duke Law School

Foreword: Altruism, Community, And Markets, Kimberly D. Krawiec, Julia D. Mahoney, Sally L. Satel

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Journal Staff, 2018 Duke Law

Journal Staff

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Moral Nimby-Ism? Understanding Societal Support For Monetary Compensation To Plasma Donors In Canada, Nicola Lacetera, Mario Macis 2018 Duke Law

Moral Nimby-Ism? Understanding Societal Support For Monetary Compensation To Plasma Donors In Canada, Nicola Lacetera, Mario Macis

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Beyond Nature? Genomic Modification And The Future Of Humanity, Julia D. Mahoney, Gil Siegal 2018 Duke Law

Beyond Nature? Genomic Modification And The Future Of Humanity, Julia D. Mahoney, Gil Siegal

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Public Programs, Private Financing, Margaret H. Lemos, Guy-Uriel Charles 2018 Duke Law School

Public Programs, Private Financing, Margaret H. Lemos, Guy-Uriel Charles

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


If We Allow Football Players And Boxers To Be Paid For Entertaining The Public, Why Don’T We Allow Kidney Donors To Be Paid For Saving Lives?, Philip J. Cook, Kimberly D. Krawiec 2018 Duke Law School

If We Allow Football Players And Boxers To Be Paid For Entertaining The Public, Why Don’T We Allow Kidney Donors To Be Paid For Saving Lives?, Philip J. Cook, Kimberly D. Krawiec

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Cheap Sentiment, Claire A. Hill 2018 Duke Law

Cheap Sentiment, Claire A. Hill

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


The Trouble With Gig Talk: Choice Of Narrative And The Worker Classification Fights, Shu-Yi Oei 2018 Duke Law

The Trouble With Gig Talk: Choice Of Narrative And The Worker Classification Fights, Shu-Yi Oei

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Health And Housing: Altruistic Medicalization Of America’S Affordability Crisis, Dayna Bowen Matthew 2018 Duke Law

Health And Housing: Altruistic Medicalization Of America’S Affordability Crisis, Dayna Bowen Matthew

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


Beyond Gift And Bargain: Some Suggestions For Increasing Kidney Exchanges, Nathan B. Oman 2018 Duke Law

Beyond Gift And Bargain: Some Suggestions For Increasing Kidney Exchanges, Nathan B. Oman

Law and Contemporary Problems

No abstract provided.


 The Roots And Branches Of The Medical-Legal Partnership Approach To Health: From Collegiality To Civil Rights To Health Equity, Joel Teitelbaum, Ellen Lawton 2018 The George Washington University

 The Roots And Branches Of The Medical-Legal Partnership Approach To Health: From Collegiality To Civil Rights To Health Equity, Joel Teitelbaum, Ellen Lawton

Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

This Article traces the roots of the medical-legal partnership (MLP) approach

to health as a way of promoting the use of law to remedy societal and institutional pathologies that lead to individual and population illness and to health inequalities. Given current forces at work - the medical care and public health systems' foctis on social determinants of health, the increased use of value-based medical care payment reforms, and the emerging movement to train the next generation of health care and public health professionals in structural competency - the time is ripe to spread the view that law is an important lens through ...


 Ethics Of Evidence: Health Care Professionals In Public Benefits And Immigration Proceedings, Jesselyn Friley 2018 Yale Law School

 Ethics Of Evidence: Health Care Professionals In Public Benefits And Immigration Proceedings, Jesselyn Friley

Yale Journal of Health Policy, Law, and Ethics

This Article discusses the role of health care professionals in applications for public benefits and immigration relief. Medical-legal partnerships (MLPs) often represent patients who are applying for disability or veterans benefits, or who are seeking asylum based on past persecution. The strength of a patient's medical evidence often determines whether their claim succeeds or fails. Many health care professionals provide corroborating evidence for their patients, but even when they do not, their opinions appear in the proceedings through medical records.


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