EREPJ: Vol. 10, No. 2 (2006)

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY JOURNAL

Contents

Supreme Court's 2005-2006 Term Employment Law Cases: Do New Justices Imply New Directions?

Ramona L. Paetzold

 

Symposium: Class and Collective Actions in Employment Law

Douglas D. Scherer
Robert Belton

 
Introduction

Douglas D. Scherer
Robert Belton

 
Learning From Wal-Mart

Melissa Hart

 
Bringing Sense to Incentives: An Examination of Incentive Payments to Named Plaintiffs in Employment Discrimination Class Actions

Nantiya Ruan

 
Collective Action Basics

Laura L. Ho

 
Advanced Issues in Collective Actions

Steven G. Zieff

 
Advanced Issues in FLSA Collective Actions: Joint Employment

David Borgen

 
The New Dol's New FLSA White Collar Exemption Regulations and Working with the DOL on FLSA Actions

Adam T. Klein
Mark R. Humowiecki
Tarik E. Ajami
Cara E. Greene

 
Damages Issues in Fair Labor Standards Act Collective Action Litigation

Charles Tompkins

 
Fighting the Good Fight: Prosecuting and Defending Class Wage Claims for Immigrant Workers

Janet Herold

 
Ethical Issues in the Strategy for Preparing and Litigating an Employment Discrimination Class Action

Barry Goldstein

 
Practical Considerations in Selecting Class Representatives, and Managing Their Expectations in Litigation and Settlement

Thomas J. Henderson

 
Handling Class Actions Under the ADEA

Susan M. Coler
Laurie A. McCann
Cathy Venrell-Monsees

 
Working with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Wayne N. Outten
Piper Hoffman

 
Employment Testing: Trends and Tactics

Michael T. Kirkpatrick

 
See you in Court, But Which Court? Venue in Title VII Class Actions

Elizabeth Lawrence

 
"Silence Like a Cancer Grows" or "You Talk Too Much?" Ethical and Strategic Issues in Communications by Plaintiff's Counsel with Putative Class Members

Ellen J. Messing
James S. Weliky
Jessica A. Cunningham

 
Class Actions Under ERISA

Michael D. Lieder
Mark A. Amadeo

 
Reinventing Retirement: Reforming Social Security, Medicare and Private Pension Plans: Proceedings of the 2006 Annual Meeting, Association of American Law Schools, Section on Employee Benefits

David A. Pratt
Patricia E. Dilley
Pamela Perun
Marilyn Moon