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The Fourth Trimester, Saru M. Matambanadzo Sep 2014

The Fourth Trimester, Saru M. Matambanadzo

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Article introduces a new conceptual framework to the legal literature on pregnancy and pregnancy discrimination: the fourth trimester. The concept of a fourth trimester, drawn from maternal nursing and midwifery, refers to the crucial three to six month period after birth when many of the physical, psychological, emotional, and social effects of pregnancy continue. Giving this concept legal relevance extends the scope of pregnancy beyond the narrow period defined by conception, gestation, and birth and acknowledges that pregnancy is a relational process, not an individual event. In the United States, however, antidiscrimination law has failed to acknowledge the demands ...


Aids, Employment And The Law, American Bar Association; Aids Coordinating Committee Apr 2013

Aids, Employment And The Law, American Bar Association; Aids Coordinating Committee

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


Legal Implications Of Substance Abuse Testing In The Workplace, Michael S. Cecere, Phillip B. Rosen Apr 2013

Legal Implications Of Substance Abuse Testing In The Workplace, Michael S. Cecere, Phillip B. Rosen

Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary

No abstract provided.


Liberty, Justice, And Insurance For All: Re-Imagining The Employment-Based Health Insurance System, Carolyn V. Juárez Apr 2004

Liberty, Justice, And Insurance For All: Re-Imagining The Employment-Based Health Insurance System, Carolyn V. Juárez

University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform

This Note examines the history of employment-based health insurance and the inherent historical limitations that have led to an erosion of health insurance coverage. Based on a review of several studies, this Note argues that the number of uninsured Americans has reached crisis proportions. State reform efforts, legislative proposals, and other proposed solutions have failed to repair the system. Nonetheless, this Note argues that employment-based health care is integral to the structure of national health care. Furthermore, health insurance coverage can be increased by combining employment-based health care with three reforms: large employer mandates, refundable tax credits, and purchasing pools ...


Is There A Pink Slip In My Genes? Genetic Discrimination In The Workplace, Paul Steven Miller, Lawrence O. Gostin Jan 2000

Is There A Pink Slip In My Genes? Genetic Discrimination In The Workplace, Paul Steven Miller, Lawrence O. Gostin

Journal of Health Care Law and Policy

No abstract provided.


Labor Law - Presumption Against Rules Prohibiting Solicitation During Nonworking Time - Nlrb's Application Of Presumption In Hospital Patient Access Areas, Except For Immediate Patient Care Areas, Upheld As Valid, Roberta D. Pichini Jan 1980

Labor Law - Presumption Against Rules Prohibiting Solicitation During Nonworking Time - Nlrb's Application Of Presumption In Hospital Patient Access Areas, Except For Immediate Patient Care Areas, Upheld As Valid, Roberta D. Pichini

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.