PUBLISHED WORKS

2004 – 2018
Midwinter Meeting Report of the Subcommittee on the Family and Medical Leave Act
American Bar Association, Contributing Author

This annual report provides an overview of court decisions issued in the prior year that impact a lawyer’s analysis of claims and defenses under The Family and Medical Leave Act.

July 12, 2018
Finding the Most Effective Courtroom Persona
ABA Law Practice Today
 

2017
Family and Medical Leave Act, Second Edition
American Bar Association, Bloomberg BNA Books, Chapter Editor
 

2015
The Family and Medical Leave Act, 2105 (Cumulative Supplement)
American Bar Association, Bloomberg BNA Books, Chapter Editor
The Family and Medical Leave Act is the premier resource for handling all aspects of The Family and Medical Leave Act, including its relationship with other laws. The Supplement addressed in a logical, comprehensive, and accurate way the issues that practitioners on all sides face in exercising rights under, and in complying with, this law.

2006, 2008, 2011, 2013
The Family and Medical Leave Act Treatise (Cumulative Supplements)
American Bar Association, BNA Books, Contributing Author
The Family and Medical Leave Act is the premier resource for handling all aspects of The Family and Medical Leave Act, including its relationship with other laws. The Supplement addressed in a logical, comprehensive, and accurate way the issues that practitioners on all sides face in exercising rights under, and in complying with, this law.

2008 – 2010
Business Torts: A Fifty-State Guide
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Aspen Publishers, Contributing Author
There is a great wealth of diversity in the business tort laws of all fifty states and the District of Columbia. This treatise helps readers quickly understand the different types of business tort laws that exist in each state so as to assess the merits and pitfalls of litigation in any given jurisdiction by asserting these claims.

December 1, 2006
Ensuring Fair Play: Using Common Law to Protect Against Unfair Competition from Former Employees
Employee Relations Law Journal, Vol. 32, No. 3
When an employee begins to work for a competitor, many employers turn to noncompete agreements and other contractual restrictions for protection. But recent cases show that aggressive forum shopping and races to the courthouse may make the difference in whether the employer will win or lose this high-stakes competition. This article examined common law remedies that employers should consider when contractual restrictions prove inadequate, ineffective, or absent under the governing law.


July 1, 2006
Ten Tips from the Front Lines: Practical Guidance for Avoiding Employment Lawsuits
HR Advisor
Given the prevalence of employment lawsuits, many employers resign themselves to the belief that employment litigation is a cost of doing business or that they just cannot win when it comes to managing employees. Jury verdicts, court decisions, and experience, however, all tell a different story: using the ten tips described in this article can reduce potential exposure to employment lawsuits.

March 1, 2005
Productivity Monitoring in the Workplace
American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law
Technology Committee Midwinter Meeting
Technological advances, the plummeting cost of new electronics, security concerns, and the spread of online discourse and commerce have led to ever an increase in the monitoring of the workforce performance and behavior.  While the benefits for employers are undeniable, there are obvious hazards for workers.  This article examined a number of methods employers use to monitor workplace performance and behavior and the pros and cons to consider when deciding whether to implement various monitoring practices.

 


 

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