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Employment Law Yearbook 2018

 
Author(s): Timothy J. Long
Practice Area: Corporate & Securities, Employment, Pro Bono
Date: Apr 2018 i Other versions can be found in the Related Items tab.
ISBN: 9781402431227
PLI Item #: 239300

Employment Law Yearbook 2018 covers the most important developments in employment law over the past year, including critical case decisions, legislative changes, government agency actions, and other events of interest to employers, employment and HR professionals, corporate attorneys, and employee advocates.

 

This 2018 edition substantially revises the 2017 edition and includes:

• the latest on the federal appeal involving California’s “suitable seating” requirements;

• the impact that the many and sometimes drastic changes made by the Trump administration are having on employment policies and practice;

• coverage of recent significant cases involving discrimination based on gender, sexual orientation, race, religion, national origin, age, and disability;

• up-to-date reporting of significant agency investigations and enforcement actions, from OFCCP, NLRB, and EEOC;

• significantly revised and updated coverage of arbitration agreements — an attractive tool for employers that has continued to come under scrutiny by the courts; and much more.

 

Spearheaded by a team of contributors from Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, Employment Law Yearbook 2018 includes valuable contributions from experts at five other highly respected firms: Cozen O’Connor; Goldstein, Borgen, Dardarian & Ho; Littler Mendelson P.C.; Pope, Berger, Williams & Reynolds, LLP; and Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt.
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Timothy Long has deep experience litigating complex labor and employment issues, having served as lead counsel in multiple class, collective, and representative actions and advising on dozens more. Tim litigates wage-and-hour matters, including exemption, incentive compensation, independent contractor, off-the-clock, and pay practice claims. He also has defeated class and collective certification (including at Stage One) in exemption, off-the-clock, and pay practice cases.

Tim advises businesses on employment litigation and other types of claims. He litigates employment discrimination and wrongful termination claims, as well as matters involving trade secrets. Tim provides counsel on many corporate matters and often advises entertainment industry employers on emerging issues. Tim has both prosecuted and defended employers in trade secret and unfair business practices litigation. He has also resisted competitor efforts to enjoin the lawful practices of his clients.

Tim represents employers before state and federal administrative agencies, including the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the Internal Revenue Service, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), the California Department of Fair Employment & Housing (DFEH), Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE), and Employment Development Department (EDD). He also conducts workplace investigations and audits.

Tim has wide-ranging experience handling traditional labor relations matters, including advising on certification and decertification elections. Throughout his career, he has litigated dozens of traditional labor disputes, representing clients in courts, before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), and in private arbitration. Tim also advises clients on labor relations issues that arise in mergers and acquisitions.