New guide provides a walkthrough of every requirement of U.S. Labor Law
NEW YORK, July 12, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Practising Law Institute (PLI) today announced the release of the new Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011–12. The Q&A guide, authored and edited by experts at Jones Day, provides a concise overview of the controlling provisions of all federal labor laws. The book interweaves relevant planning opportunities and strategies allowing readers to optimize proactive decision-making.
Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011–12 allows you to easily access the vital insights you need to deal with a host of increasingly complex real-world labor management issues. The new answer book provides detailed guidance on what is and is not permitted activity by both unions and employers in any negotiation. This one-stop resource also covers federal preemption of state regulation; reporting requirements of unions and employers; protected and unprotected activity; duty to bargain; unfair labor practice case procedures; and regulation of union dues and administration. Additionally, it covers emerging issues of critical importance like collective bargaining in the public sector and the labor relations of federal contractors.
Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011–12 is a vital compliance tool for in-house and outside corporate attorneys and an important reference for corporate executives and managers. It serves as practical roadmap for both labor law practitioners and lawyers who do not specialize in the field.
The single volume Labor Management Law Answer Book 2011–12 is $235 from Practising Law Institute and is available here, and on Amazon.com in both print and Kindle editions.
Practising Law Institute (PLI) is a non-profit continuing legal education organization dedicated to providing the legal community with the most up-to-date information available. Founded in 1933, PLI has a continuing mission to enhance the professionalism of attorneys and other qualified persons by providing the highest quality and most innovative programs. PLI also offers one-hour briefings, online CLE, publications, and other services to enable attorneys to practice competently and ethically, as well as to fulfill pro bono responsibilities. PLI offers more than 300 programs annually in locations across the United States, including live webcasts, interactive multimedia, web programs, course handbooks, and annually supplemented treatises and answer books. In addition, PLI annually awards more than 3,000 full and partial scholarships to its programs. Learn more about PLI at www.pli.edu.
SOURCE Practising Law Institute