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Government Civil Investigations And The Ethical Ban On Communicating With Represented Parties, Ernest F. Lidge Iii Jul 1992

Government Civil Investigations And The Ethical Ban On Communicating With Represented Parties, Ernest F. Lidge Iii

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Which Side Are You On?: Trying To Be For Labor When It's Flat On Its Back, John Edward Connelly May 1992

Which Side Are You On?: Trying To Be For Labor When It's Flat On Its Back, John Edward Connelly

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Which Side Are You On?: Trying to Be for Labor When It's Flat on Its Back by Thomas Geoghegan


Procrustean Beds And Draconian Choices: Lifestyle Regulations And Officious Intermeddlers--Bosses, Workers, Courts, And Labor Arbitrators, Marvin Hill Jr., Emily Delacenserie Jan 1992

Procrustean Beds And Draconian Choices: Lifestyle Regulations And Officious Intermeddlers--Bosses, Workers, Courts, And Labor Arbitrators, Marvin Hill Jr., Emily Delacenserie

Missouri Law Review

This Article will review case law, both in the private and public sector, dealing with employer attempts to regulate the personal lifestyles of employees. Remedies under common law and federal statutes will be reviewed with a special focus on Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, and the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973.


Is An Employment-Discrimination Award Taxable?, L. Scott Stafford Jan 1992

Is An Employment-Discrimination Award Taxable?, L. Scott Stafford

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Federal Prosecution Of State And Local Public Officials: The Obstacles To Punishing Breaches Of The Public Trust And A Proposal For Reform, Part One, Michael W. Carey, Larry R. Ellis, Joseph F. Savage Jr. Jan 1992

Federal Prosecution Of State And Local Public Officials: The Obstacles To Punishing Breaches Of The Public Trust And A Proposal For Reform, Part One, Michael W. Carey, Larry R. Ellis, Joseph F. Savage Jr.

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.


Germany's Legal Protection For Women Workers Vis-À-Vis Illegal Employment Discrimination In The United States: A Comparative Perspective In Light Of Johnson Controls, Carol D. Rasnic Jan 1992

Germany's Legal Protection For Women Workers Vis-À-Vis Illegal Employment Discrimination In The United States: A Comparative Perspective In Light Of Johnson Controls, Carol D. Rasnic

Michigan Journal of International Law

This article will review the major German laws affecting women in the workplace, including clarification of the rationales of the German Bundestag (parliament). Comparative remarks regarding U.S. law and an analysis of Johnson Controls will place the two bodies of law in juxtaposition. Finally, an explanatory historical overview will allow the reader to draw his or her own conclusions as to the preferred view of the legal status of the working woman.


Erisa And The Bankruptcy Code: Stepping Into Quicksand Or Something Else, Post Mackey, Maria A. Di Pippo, Gerald P. Wolf Jan 1992

Erisa And The Bankruptcy Code: Stepping Into Quicksand Or Something Else, Post Mackey, Maria A. Di Pippo, Gerald P. Wolf

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Special Relationship Rule: Is It Consistent With The Waiver Of Sovereign Immunity? - A Study Of Kircher V. City Of Jamestown, Brian T. Cohen Jan 1992

The Special Relationship Rule: Is It Consistent With The Waiver Of Sovereign Immunity? - A Study Of Kircher V. City Of Jamestown, Brian T. Cohen

Touro Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Model Employment Termination Act: Fairness For Employees And Employers Alike, Theodore J. St. Antoine Jan 1992

The Model Employment Termination Act: Fairness For Employees And Employers Alike, Theodore J. St. Antoine

Articles

The Model Employment Termination Act (META), which state legislatures are expected to consider in the near future aims to prevent the unfair firing of Amer~ ican workers. At the same time, the Act aims to prevent devastating financial blows to American business. For both employees and employers, META offers streamlined dispute resolution procedures that would be simpler, less costly, and less time-consuming than the civil courts. The essence of the proposal is compromise-not as a matter of political expediency but as a practical, balanced accommodation of the competing worthwhile interests of employers and employees. Workers are entitled to be free ...


South Carolina Employers' Contractual Liability To Atwill Employees: The Present State And Future Course Of The Small Cause Of Action, Brian Murphy Jan 1992

South Carolina Employers' Contractual Liability To Atwill Employees: The Present State And Future Course Of The Small Cause Of Action, Brian Murphy

South Carolina Law Review

No abstract provided.


Ethics In Government: The Cornerstone Of Public Trust, Archibald Cox Jan 1992

Ethics In Government: The Cornerstone Of Public Trust, Archibald Cox

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.