EREPJ: Vol. 13, No. 1 (2009)

EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND EMPLOYMENT POLICY JOURNAL

Contents

Proceedings

Labor Law Group - U.C. Hastings Symposium on the Proposed Restatement of Employment Law

 

Introduction

A Conference on the American Law Institute's Proposed Restatement of Employment Law

Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt

 
"It is Not Wisdom, but Authority that Makes A Law:" A Historical Perspective on the Problem of Creating a Restatement of Employment Law

Reuel Schiller

 
Working Group on Chapter 1 of the Prosposed Restatement of Employment Law: Existence of Employment Relationship

Dennis R. Nolan
Theodore J. St. Antoine
Joseph E. Slater
Alvin Goldman

 
Response to Working Group on Chapter 1 of the Prosposed Restatement of Employment Law: On Purposeless Restatement

Alan Hyde

 
Working Group on Chapter 2 of the Prosposed Restatement Employment Law: Employment Contracts: Termination

Matthew W. Finkin
Lea VanderVelde
William Corbett
Stephen F. Befort

 
Response to Working Group on Chapter 2 of the Prosposed Restatement of Employment Law: Putting the Restatement in its Place

Rachel Arnow-Richman

 
Working Group on Chapter 4 of the Prosposed Restatement of Employment Law: The Tort of Wrongful Discipline in Violation of Public Policy

Joseph R. Grodin
Paul M. Secunda
Richard A. Bales
Roberto L. Corrada
Catherine L. Fisk
Paulin T. Kim

 
The Restatement of Employment Law is the Wrong Project

Michael J. Zimmer

 

Article

Anything But Doomed: Why Restrictions on Offshoring are Permissible Under the Constitution and Trade Agreements

Tyson B. Roan