Employee Dismissal: Law and Practice

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Aspen Pub, Oct 1, 1999 - Law - 1760 pages
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Right now you need the clear, practical facts on discrimination in employment and employee dismissal, especially in light of federal legislation limiting punitive and compensatory damages on claims. This practice-oriented title provides comprehensive coverage of the laws encompassing employment discrimination including Title VII, 1991 Civil Rights Act, ADA, ADEA, and Equal Pay Act as well as case law affecting sex discrimination cases. First, you'll get an analytical structure for evaluating cases for conformity to majority and minority rules. Then, the book gives you an analysis of the causes of action applicable to, and guidelines to all legal concepts involved in wrongful discharges; it details enforcement procedures for the anti-discrimination laws; and provides guidelines on remedies. Also available on Diskette.

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Henry H. Perritt Jr. is a professor of law and director of the graduate program in financial services law at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. He is the author of numerous law review articles and books on international relations and law, technology and law, and employment law.

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