ABA Journal

Labor & Employment

3044 ABA Journal Labor & Employment articles.

Fighting Stereotypes

ABA Group Urges Employers to Include Lawyers With Disabilities in Diversity Efforts

The HIV Conundrum

Medical Advances in the 25-Year Battle Against AIDS Make Lawsuits Over Workplace Bias More Difficult

Pregnant Pause

Lawyers See Rise in ‘Family Responsibilities’ Cases and Wins for Plaintiffs

Hardier Stock

Ex-Enron Workers’ ERISA Suits May Reach Where Securities Laws Don’t Go

Open for Business

The Concerns of Corporate America Are Front and Center at the Supreme Court

Hidden Harassment

Law Firms and Disciplinary Authorities Look For Ways to Fight Sexual Misconduct

Foundation For Firing?

Bare-Faced Barkeep Battles Bosses After Customers Call for Cosmetics

A Trap for Employers

Retaliation Actions Are on the Rise in Employment Discrimination Cases

A Matter of Some Weight

As Obesity Claims Increase, Experts Say the Issue Isn’t Nature or Nurture–It’s Bias

Who is a Partner?

The EEOC Looks Beyond Titles in its Age Discrimination Case Against a Law Firm

A Matter of Some Weight

As Obesity Claims Increase, Experts Say the Issue Isn’t Nature or Nurture it’s Bias

Litigation Over Arbitration

Courts Differ on Enforceability of Mandatory Clauses

Telling Secrets: When In-House Lawyers Sue Their Employers, They Find Themselves in the Middle of the Debate on Client Confidentiality

Filed claims against their employers, alleging that they were forced from their jobs in retaliation for legal advice or gripes against management that the companies didn’t appreciate.

Rear Guard

Longtime Employee Balks at Buyout, Draws Demeaning Derriere Duty

New Debate On Immigration

Congress and the ABA Tackle President Bush’s Temporary Worker Plan