The Construction Lawyer's Guide to Labor and Employment Law
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The Construction Lawyer's Guide to Labor and Employment Law

The Construction Lawyer's Guide to Labor and Employment Law
Product Code: 5570073
Authors: Richard Craig Cooper, Edward F. Hennessey, Charles F. Seemann III
Publication Date: 2001
ISBN: 978-1-57073-897-5
Page Count: 192
Trim Size: 6 x 9 Paperback
Sponsoring Entities: Forum Committee on the Construction Industry
Topics: Construction Law
Format: Book - 5570073
Pricing: $84.95 (Regular)
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About the Book

The Construction Lawyer's Guide to Labor and Employment Law is a practical guide designed to help the construction practitioner understand the basics of the often complex area of labor and employment issues which frequently arise in the practice of construction law. This book offers a quick overview of the fundamental aspects of labor and employment law, helps the non-specialist spot key issues, and provides a framework, so the lawyer facing these matters can appreciate the need for more detailed, factual, and legal research as those situations occur.

Written by practitioners for practitioners, this handbook has been tailored especially to meet the unique information needs of construction lawyers. The text provides information on those areas of labor and employment law that come up most frequently in the practice of construction law, beginning with an overview of the National Labor Relations Act. Other chapters focus on collective bargaining, immigration issues, discrimination, wage and hour law, family medical leave, and more.
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