Course Handbook  Course Handbook

International Employment Law 2017

Publication Date: June 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402429194 Page Count: 340 pages


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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Philip M. Berkowitz & Trent M. Sutton, International Labor and Employment Law, Ch. 21, International Corporate Practice: A Practitioner's Guide to Global Success (Carole L. Basri ed.) (November 2015) Philip M Berkowitz ~ Littler Mendelson P.C.
Chapter 2: A Review of Labor and Employment Law Regulations on Collective Redundancies Roselyn S Sands ~ Dual Qualified Attorney at Law U.S. & France - Global Labor & Employment Law Markets Leader, EY Societe d' Avocats
Chapter 3: Danish Employment Law—Dismissals and Termination of Employment (March 14, 2017) Anders Etgen Reitz ~ IUNO
Chapter 4: Key Issues Faced When Hiring and Dismissing Employees in China Lucy Lu ~ King & Wood Mallesons
Chapter 5: Global Diversity and Pay Equity: Leading Without Bias—BRAZIL Carolina Tavares Rodrigues ~ Brazil Labour & Employment Senior Counsel , GE
Chapter 6: Global Diversity and Pay Equity: Leading Without Bias (March 17, 2017) Laure de Panafieu ~ Linklaters LLP
Chapter 7: Legal and Diversity Consideration Informing Pay Equity Decisions Gary R Siniscalco ~ Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP
Chapter 8: Future Global Workforce Structures and Changes Resulting from Artificial Intelligence, Technology, Robotic and Security Issues Gerlind Wisskirchen ~ CMS Hasche Sigle
Chapter 9: Martin L. Schmelkin and Remo Decurtins, Working Time and Overtime Compliance: Recent Developments Around the World (March 17, 2017) Martin L Schmelkin ~ Jones Day
Chapter 10: Wendi S. Lazar and Kerry C. Herman, The Twenty-First Century Worker: Diminishing Rights, Benefits and Protections Wendi S Lazar ~ Outten & Golden LLP
Chapter 11: Edward O'Callaghan and Kaitlyn Ferguson, Ethical Considerations Raised by the Attorney-Client Privilege and Discovery in Cross-Border Investigations—2017 Update Edward C O'Callaghan ~ Clifford Chance US LLP
Chapter 12: Sophie Pelicier-Loevenbruck and Charles Dumel, Decrypting the New Whistleblower Status under French Law (March 31, 2017) Sophie Pelicier-Loevenbruck ~ Fromont Briens
Chapter 13: Ethical Challenges Associated with Cross-Border and Multi-Country Investigations in the Workplace Hironobu Tsukamoto ~ Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu NY LLP

This Course Handbook was compiled for the program, International Employment Law 2017 .

PLI’s nationally acclaimed course handbooks represent the definitive thinking of the nation’s finest legal minds on timely topics and are considered the standard reference in the field. This course handbook is prepared specifically for the program and stands alone as a permanent reference.

Philip M Berkowitz, Littler Mendelson P.C.
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