NEW YORK, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In this tight employment market and amid the rapidly changing global economy, it is imperative that employers and employment law practitioners understand the legal implications of a wide range of workplace actions.
Employment Law Yearbook 2011 covers the most important issues facing today's employers and employment law practitioners, including:
- Wage-and-Hour Issues
- OFCCP Developments
- Age Discrimination
- EEO Class Actions
- Americans with Disabilities Act
- Employment Privacy Law
- Sexual Harassment
- Reductions in Force
- Whistleblowing and Other Retaliation Claims
- Employee Blogging and Social Media
- Guarding Trade Secrets
Authored by Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP's Global Employment Law Practice Group, a nationally recognized leader in this field, Employment Law Yearbook 2011 provides a review of current developments in the law, including case decisions, statutes, and other events of interest to employers in the past year, as well as practical steps employers can take to minimize their risks and comply with the law.
The single volume Employment Law Yearbook is $235 and is available for a 30-day free examination.
About the Author
Orrick's Global Employment Law Practice Group represents employers the world over on a broad array of employment law matters. Orrick's lawyers provide strategic and results-oriented advice on all aspects of employment disputes and contentious matters before agencies, tribunals and in the courts, with special expertise on discrimination matters, wage-and-hour issues, cross-border trade secret protection, and wrongful-termination actions.
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. In addition, PLI annually awards more than 3,000 full and partial scholarships to its programs. Learn more about PLI at www.pli.edu
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