Employee Rights Litigation

ebook Pleading and Practice, Volume 3 · Employee Rights Litigation (1)

By National Employment Lawyers Association

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Employee Rights Litigation: Pleading and Practice is a clear, complete coverage of the basic legal standards governing the statutory and common law claims that can be raised on behalf of employees. Its useful combination of plaintiff-oriented insight and analysis, along with strategic discussion of the substantive law from claim evaluation through litigation or settlement gives you the information you need to represent clients who have been victims of discriminatory treatment or wrongful discharge. A comprehensive practice guide to litigating employee claims under both federal and state laws, this publication gives you step-by-step guidance through:

  • Initial client interview and case evaluation
  • Potential causes of action
  • Tax consequences of awards
  • Attorneys' fees

    Complete with special features such as useful notes, handy checklists, indispensable practice pointers, valuable cautions and warnings, citations to significant cases, timesaving lists and charts, and a convenient statutory appendix.

    First published in 1991.

    3 Volumes; updated with revisions.

    Also available on LexisNexis CD Employment Law Library.

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