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Erisa, Agency Costs, And The Future Of Health Care In The United States, John Bronsteen, Brendan S. Maher, Peter K. Stris Jan 2008

Erisa, Agency Costs, And The Future Of Health Care In The United States, John Bronsteen, Brendan S. Maher, Peter K. Stris

Fordham Law Review

Because so many Americans receive health insurance through their employers, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) of 1974 plays a dominant role in the delivery of health care in the United States. The ERISA system enables employers and insurers to save money by providing inadequate health care to employees, thereby creating incentives for these agents to act contrary to the interests of their principals. Such agency costs play a significant role in the current health care crisis and require attention when considering reform. We evaluate the two major health care reform movements by exploring the extent to which each ...


How About A Firm Where People Actually Want To Work: A "Professional" Law Firm For The Twenty-First Century, James Regan Jan 2001

How About A Firm Where People Actually Want To Work: A "Professional" Law Firm For The Twenty-First Century, James Regan

Fordham Law Review

I don't like work--no man does--but I like what is in work--the chance to find yourself. Your own reality--for yourself, not for others--what no other man can ever know. -Joseph Conrad


Helping Employers Help Themselves: Resolving The Conflict Between The Fair Credit Reporting Act And Title Vii, Meredith J. Fried Jan 2000

Helping Employers Help Themselves: Resolving The Conflict Between The Fair Credit Reporting Act And Title Vii, Meredith J. Fried

Fordham Law Review

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Strike Violence: The Nlrb's Reluctance To Wield Its Broad Remedial Power, Donald R. Gitto Jan 1982

Strike Violence: The Nlrb's Reluctance To Wield Its Broad Remedial Power, Donald R. Gitto

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


Employer Rights And Access To Documents Under The Freedom Of Information Act , Walter B. Connolly, John C. Fox Jan 1977

Employer Rights And Access To Documents Under The Freedom Of Information Act , Walter B. Connolly, John C. Fox

Fordham Law Review

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After Albemarle: Class-Wide Recovery Of Back Pay Under Title Vii, B. Martin Druyan Jan 1976

After Albemarle: Class-Wide Recovery Of Back Pay Under Title Vii, B. Martin Druyan

Fordham Urban Law Journal

Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides administrative and judicial remedies for victims of discrimination in employment. Employers, engaged in “an industry affecting commerce” and having fifteen or more employees who work at least twenty weeks out of the year, are subject to the statutes strictures. Unions are also subject to the statute if they have fifteen or more members, operate an office or hiring hall, and represent employees. One remedy available under Title VII is an award of back pay from the date of the alleged violation. Back pay may be defined as court-awarded compensation for ...


The Gissel Doctrine: When A Bargaining Order Will Issue, Daniel M. Carson Jan 1972

The Gissel Doctrine: When A Bargaining Order Will Issue, Daniel M. Carson

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.