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How To Screen For Success In Employment Law Cases, Robert M. Rosen Mar 2016

How To Screen For Success In Employment Law Cases, Robert M. Rosen

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nela Touro Conference 1999 Selected Second Circuit Cases Of Interest, Lawrence Solotoff Mar 2016

Nela Touro Conference 1999 Selected Second Circuit Cases Of Interest, Lawrence Solotoff

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


Discrimination Cases Of The 2002 Term, Eileen Kaufman Dec 2014

Discrimination Cases Of The 2002 Term, Eileen Kaufman

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Many Lanes Out Of Court: Against Privatization Of Employment Discrimination Disputes, Theresa M. Beiner Jan 2014

The Many Lanes Out Of Court: Against Privatization Of Employment Discrimination Disputes, Theresa M. Beiner

Maryland Law Review

No abstract provided.


On Precarious Ground: Binding Arbitration Clauses, Collective Bargaining Agreements, And Waiver Of Statutory Workplace Discrimination Claims Post-Pyett - Duraku V. Tishman Speyer Properties, Inc., J. Nicholas Haynes Jan 2011

On Precarious Ground: Binding Arbitration Clauses, Collective Bargaining Agreements, And Waiver Of Statutory Workplace Discrimination Claims Post-Pyett - Duraku V. Tishman Speyer Properties, Inc., J. Nicholas Haynes

Journal of Dispute Resolution

During the 1960s, federal and state governments put into place a maze of statutes aimed at protecting the civil rights of minorities, both in society and in the workplace. While these statutes have undoubtedly lessened workplace discrimination for minorities in the United States, there are still some areas that are uncertain or unsettled, especially when a union is involved on behalf of the employees. More to the point, there has been a wealth of confusion as to whether the right to bring a statutory workplace discrimination claim can be waived when a worker joins a union and allows the union ...


Thinking About Fairness & Achieving Balance In Mediation, Sarah E. Burns Jan 2008

Thinking About Fairness & Achieving Balance In Mediation, Sarah E. Burns

Fordham Urban Law Journal

This Article identifies five sources of bias present in mediation practice: (1) categorization, (2) attribution, (3) metaphorical expression, (4) norming, and (5) framing. For each of these "cognitive efficiencies," which contribute to bias in mediation, the author provides practice recommendations. Finally, the author suggests that the Article be read as a proposal for further thought and inquiry to improve the fairness of mediators.


Arbitration Of Workplace Discrimination Claims: Federal Law And Compulsory Arbitration, Norris Case Jan 1998

Arbitration Of Workplace Discrimination Claims: Federal Law And Compulsory Arbitration, Norris Case

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.