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Age Discrimination in Employment Law


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A complete resource for counseling and for bringing and defending age discrimination claims.

Age Discrimination in Employment Law arms practitioners with winning strategies and detailed analysis of this litigious area of employment law in this comprehensive book on age discrimination.

Written from an unbiased perspective by the major synthesizers of employment discrimination law today, Age Discrimination in Employment Law leads the dialogue in this volatile field, presenting detailed guidance on issues such as:
  • Persons protected under the ADEA
  • Persons against whom a charge can be filed
  • Retaliation, hiring, and promotion
  • Mandatory retirement
  • Reductions in force
  • Constructive discharge
  • Special issues for unions and apprenticeship programs
  • Disparate treatment
  • Collective bargaining agreements and union obligations
  • Litigation strategies
  • And more  

Supplement Information

The 2013 Cumulative Supplement includes timely updates on significant case law developments through June 30, 2013, including:

  • Appellate court decisions analyzing the types of direct and circumstantial evidence most commonly cited to affirm or reverse motions for summary judgment
  • Federal court decisions discussing the fine line between ageist remarks that can lead to liability and non-actionable stray comments, in the context of discharge, layoffs and succession planning
  • Federal court cases that explore whether state law age discrimination claims will be analyzed in conformity with, or more generously than, the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the ADEA “but for” causation in Gross v. FBL Financial Services, Inc.

Main Volume Information

2003/1,628 pp. Hardcover/ABAWEB1273 

Supplement Information

2013/554 pp. Softcover/ISBN 978-1-61746-275-7/ABAWEB2275

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