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Employment Rights and Responsibilities

Employment Rights and Responsibilities


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The committee is concerned with developments in the law governing the rights and responsibilities of individual workers and their employers in the workplace, and the resolution of disputes between individual employees and employers. Areas of focus include: wrongful termination claims; employee privacy and other employment-based torts; covenants not to compete and the duty to preserve trade secrets; the expanding contingent workforce and the effects of corporate restructuring and worker dislocation; health and disability leaves; emerging statutory rights; the impact of technology and multinational employers on employment law; alternate dispute resolution mechanisms; class actions; and ERISA litigation. The committee is responsible for the publication of four state-by-state surveys with annual supplements: Covenants Not to Compete: A State by State Survey, Employee Duty of Loyalty: A State-by-State Survey, Tortious Interference in the Employment Context: a State-by-State Survey, Trade Secrets: A State-by-State Survey, and Employment at Will: A State-by-State Survey (a reworking of Employment Termination: Rights & Remedies).


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      8th Annual Labor and Employment Law Conference

      11/05/2014-11/08/2014
      JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE
      Los Angeles

      Prominent speakers and exciting and balanced panelsA full years worth of CLE credit at a price that cant be beatA multi-tracked curriculum covering all aspects of your labor and employment law practiceA multilevel program that will be of value regardless of your degree of experienceOpportunities for ...

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