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Rothstein, Craver, Hébert, Lobel, Malloy, McCormick, and Sperino's Employment Law, 6th (Practitioner Treatise Series)

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Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2019-2022
Service #: 16039596
Sub #: 16039595
Pages: 3086
Publication Frequency: Updated annually
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Rothstein, Craver, Hébert, Lobel, Malloy, McCormick, and Sperino's Employment Law, 6th (Practitioner Treatise Series)

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Rothstein, Craver, Hébert, Lobel, Malloy, McCormick, Sperino, and Gely's Employment Law, 6th, is a multi-volume treatise on employment law.

This work presents integrated information within a framework of history, context, perspective, and analysis while pointing to other primary and secondary resources for greater research efficiency.

Topics include: 

  • Employment of undocumented aliens
  • Drug testing
  • Privacy
  • Employment discrimination
  • Minimum wage
  • ERISA
  • Family and medical leave
  • Health benefits
  • OSHA and workers' compensation
  • Covenants not to compete and wrongful discharge

Features

  • Provides expert, authoritative guidance on various aspects of employment law
  • Saves time while expanding opportunities for research efficiency
  • Gives detailed coverage of the basic rules and exceptions of employment law
  • Integrates history, context, perspective, and analysis
  • Saves time while expanding opportunities for research efficiency
  • Provides expert, authoritative guidance on various aspects of employment law
  • Integrates history, context, perspective, and analysis
  • Gives detailed coverage of the basic rules and exceptions of employment law