Aspen Publishing

Basic Labor and Employment Law for Paralegals, Second Edition

Clyde E. Craig


  • ISBN: 9780735507777

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    Page Count 524
    Published 06/06/2012
    Contents Table of Contents
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    Detailed Table of Contents (PDF Download)

    Preface (PDF Download)

    Summary of Contents

    Part I. Introduction to Labor and Employment Law

    Ch. 1. The Origins of Labor and Employment Law in America

    Ch. 2. The Employment Relationship

    Part II. Labor-Management Relations in the Union Setting

    Ch. 3. Representation Elections

    Ch. 4. Employer Unfair Labor Practices

    Ch. 5. Union Unfair Labor Practices

    Ch. 6. Economic Weapons: Strikes, Picketing, Boycotts, and Lockouts

    Ch. 7. Labor Contracts

    Part III. Employment Discrimination

    Ch. 8. The Civil Rights Act of 1964

    Ch. 9. Race Discrimination

    Ch. 10. Sex Discrimination

    Ch. 11. Religious and National Origin Discrimination

    Ch. 12. Disability Discrimination

    Ch. 13. Age Discrimination

    Appendix A. How to Brief a Case

    Appendix B. Legal Journals

    Appendix C. Contract Clauses

    Appendix D. Employment Agreement

  • Author Information

    Clyde E. Craig

    Clyde Craig, a graduate of St. Louis University Law School, has been engaged in the private practice of law for more than 40 years, specializing in labor relations, employee benefits law, and employment discrimination law. Mr. Craig has had extensive litigation experience in state and federal courts, administrative agencies, and arbitration and mediation.
    Prior to obtaining his law degree, Mr. Craig taught English and Latin at the secondary school level. Mr. Craig has been teaching online at Kaplan University since May 2004. He has taught courses in Civil Litigation I and II, Medical Malpractice, Introduction to Law, Legal Research, and Legal Analysis and Writing. Mr. Craig has also taught online courses at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale since September 2005, where he teaches courses in contract law, property law, and labor and employment law.

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