Skip to main content
About PLI PLUS
- Answer Books
- Course Handbooks
< Back To Results
1 in 1 results
Cross-Border Employment Law 2018
Philip M. Berkowitz
Employment, International Law, Litigation
PLI Item #:
CHB Spine #:
Terms & Connectors
Add To Bookshelf
Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Investigations Guidance for Multi-Nationals
Chapter 2. Brazil’s “Whistleblower Act” and the Necessary Ethical Maturity for Its Effective Implementation
Chapter 3. Michael D. Mann and Michael P. Morrissey, Managing the Legal and Cultural Boundaries of Cross-Border Internal Corporate Investigations
Chapter 4. Martin L. Schmelkin, Justin D. Martin, Ira Handa, Cross-Border Investigations: Legal and Cultural Considerations in the #MeToo Era (March 2018)
Chapter 5. Employee Terminations in the UK—The Claims and Legal Processes (March 16, 2018)
Chapter 6. Termination Strategy and Dispute Resolution under Chinese Law (March 12, 2018)
Chapter 7. Carolina Tavares Rodrigues and Bruno Malfatti, Employment Termination in Brazil: What You Need to Know (March 16, 2018)
Chapter 8. What’s New in French Termination of Employment Law? A Lot!
Chapter 9. Wendi S. Lazar and Katherine Blostein, Executive Employment Agreements
Chapter 10. Executive Compensation and Issues Relating to Executives in Japan (March 16, 2018)
Chapter 11. Gender Pay Gap Reporting (March 16, 2018)
Chapter 12. Louise Patry and Pascale Nguyen, Pay Equity in Canada
Chapter 13. Nicola Rabson and Philippa O’Malley, Global Diversity and Pay Equity—The Legal Framework in England and Wales (March 16, 2018)
Chapter 14. Jenny Welander Wadström and Elin Osbeck, Parental Leave and Equality: The Right to Combine Family Life with Work Life or a Career?
Chapter 15. Melanie Crowley and John Milligan, Gig Economy: Can the Law Catch Up with the New Reality?
Chapter 16. Uberization: The Need for Clear Rules in the Field of On Demand-Work (March 12, 2018)
Chapter 17. The Working World of Tomorrow and Its Impact on the Labor Market and Organizations (March 15, 2018)
Chapter 18. Philip L. Gordon and Jennifer L. Taiwo, Pushing Attorney-Client Privilege to the Borderline: What In-House Counsel Need to Know
Chapter 19. The General Data Protection Regulation and Its Influence on Internal Law Firm Data Protection Compliance Measures with Respect to Germany’s Professional Rules and Ethical Obligations
All Contents Copyright © 1996-2019 Practising Law Institute.
PLI Librarian Blog
PLI PLUS app
Continuing Legal Education since 1933.