Employment Law in the United States for Lawyers
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The entries about Employment Law in the Encyclopedia of Law covers employment contracts, covenants not to compete, employee benefits, employee dismissal, employment policies and immigration law. You’ll have every side of the issue presented, representing employees and employers, litigation and transactional matters.
The legal Encyclopedia covers federal law and all 50 states and includes these topics:
- Employment Law Answers, with the latest laws, analysis and guidance on age, racial and sexual discrimination, privacy rights, internet and email use, sexual harassment and other issues – clear, concise answers to key questions in employment law.
- Employee Dismissal Law, with invaluable insights for evaluating and litigating a wrongful discharge case.
- Immigration Law in the Workplace, written for American companies and their counsel, covering the issues to stay in compliance with U.S. federal immigration laws.
- Drafting and Revising Employment Policies, with content providing the guidance needed to develop, implement, and enforce effective employment policies.
- Employment Relationships Law, with expert analysis and practice pointers pertaining to state and federal employment laws and recent trends in case law affecting the employment relationship.
- Covenants Not to Complete Guide, with practical resource for forming, drafting and implementing sound non-competition agreements, complete with ready-to-use documents and individual clauses that can be customized for specific needs.
- Covenants Not to Compete
- Employment Discrimination
- Representing Plaintiffs in Title VII Actions
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- Civil Rights in the Workplace