Issue 29.1 of the Hofstra Labor & Employment Law Journal is now available. Clicking on the title of the articles will link you to a full version of the article.
Kenneth Casebeer, Professor of Law, University of Miami Law School
O My Sons and Daughters, How Do I Immiserate Thee: Let Me Count the Ways
Harry G. Hutchison, Professor of Law, George Mason University School of Law
Waging War of “Unemployable”? Race, Low-Wage Work, and Minimum Wages: The New Evidence
Emily S. Miller, Associate, Cozen O’Conner
The Strongest Defense You’ve Never Heard Of: The Constitution’s Federal Enclave Doctrine and its Effect on Litigants, States, and Congress
Marisa Warren, Associate, Pedowitz and Meister, LLP. & Arnie Pedowtiz, Partner, Pedowitz and Meister, LLP.
Social media, Trade Secrets, Duties of Loyalty, Restrictive Covenants and Yes, the Sky is Falling
Jay Youndahl, Partner, Youngdahl & Citti, P.C.
The Time Has Come For a Sustainable Theory of Fiduciary Duty in Investment
David Barnhorn & Joey E. Pegram
Speak the Truth and Tell No Lies: An Update for the Employee Polygraph Protection Act
Ashley L. Behre
Coming Out to Fight for Our Country: Achieving Equality for Gay Service Members in a Post-“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Military
Phillip K. Vacchio & Joshua L. Wolinsky
Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008: It’s in Title VII’s Genes