Current Scholarship - Central States Law Schools Association
I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at the Central States Law Schools Association's annual conference this past weekend. Attached are abstract and the slides of the presentation that I gave concerning the application of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act to the employment relationship.
I saw a number of interesting presentations across a broad range of subjects. Many of the abstracts are posted here. Several of the presentations that I heard may be of interest to those in the field of labor and employment.
On the employment law panel with me was Susan Cancelosi, whose scholarship focuses on benefits. She gave a very timely presentation on health care reform. She reviewed the literature on VEBA's and on Medicare. Based on what does and does not work well with those programs, she made recommendations as to health benefits.
Dennis Hirsch presented on green businesses and reflexive law. His presentation may be interesting to those researching on, writing about, or trying to encourage the implementation of green jobs.
Danshera Cords presented a realistic proposal to address the lack of timely reappointments to the tax court. While she does not claim her proposal is transferable to other settings, the article definitely will cause labor lawyers to evaluate it in light of the situation at the National Labor Relations Board.
Jeremy Telman presented on his article about corporate social proposals, available by link here. The story is an interesting one for those researching or writing about or participating in corporate campaigns.
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