The Labor and Employment Lawyer's Job: A Survival Guide
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The Labor and Employment Lawyer's Job: A Survival Guide

The Labor and Employment Lawyer's Job: A Survival Guide
Product Code: 5150307
Author: Dipanwita Deb Amar
Publication Date: January 2007
ISBN: 978-1-59031-775-4
Page Count: 125
Sponsoring Entities: Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division
Topics: General Practice, Labor & Employment Law
Format: Book - 5150307
Pricing: $59.95 (Regular)
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About the Book

This Guide gives basic direction on assignments that new labor and employment lawyers are likely to receive. It also provides tips for honing in on the precise questions that need to be asked--whether of another lawyer in one's firm or an outside entity--and devising a framework for addressing them.

Divided into three parts, it covers:
  • Preliminary Matters -- issues that might arise before an employment matter becomes a court action


  • Employment Litigation -- major issues that frequently recur, but are not always recognized or property treated


  • Substantive Law -- areas that you are likely to encounter in the practice of labor and employment law.