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One-sided ADR Procedures Invalidate Agreement to Arbitrate

June 24, 1999
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All employers that have mandatory arbitration agreements should thoroughly review the procedures and rules implementing the agreement to ensure they conform to minimum due process standards.
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When is an Employer Vicariously Liable for Racial Harassment

June 21, 1999
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Federal courts have determined that the Supreme Court standards set forth in Burlington Industries and Faragher do apply to cases of racial harassment.
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Expert Q&A on Workplace Romance

June 4, 1999
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Christine Amalfe, is a member of Gibbons, Del Deo, Dolan, Griffinger & Vecchione's Litigation and Employment and Labor Law Departments. She has been extensively involved defending claims under the State and Federal Employment Laws, including claims for sexual harassment, race discrimination, sexual discrimination, disability discrimination and the Conscientious Employee Protection Act.
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How Much Can You Share Safely With Legal Counsel

May 12, 1999
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Not everything you share with legal counsel remains safely under the lawyer-client privilege. What you say, to whom you say it and in what form, can drastically impact what many consider to be a catch-all privilege.
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Sample 'Love Contract' Letter

May 1, 1999
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This contract is a method for the top-level executives to just say out loud what is actually the case during an office romance.
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Disabilities-Based Harassment Trend

April 14, 1999
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Employers should proceed using the same legal standards applicable to potential sexual harassment, such as conducting a prompt inquiry of all incidents and taking remedial action designed to end the harassment.
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Avoid-Resolve Retaliation Claims

April 6, 1999
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Avoid-Resolve Retaliation Claims
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