This resource provides employment lawyers with a clear understanding of family responsibilities discrimination (FRD). It discusses applicable federal, state, and local laws as well as analysis of how the law relates to different types of workers. The treatise also covers how claims are brought and defended; statutory bases of liability; a state-by-state survey; and practice tips for both plaintiffs' and management-side lawyers.
Family responsibilities discrimination (FRD)is a term that encompasses the collection of legal protections and liabilities that comprises one of the fastest growing areas of employment litigation. This new treatise provides everything employment lawyers need to know about FRD. From the discussion of applicable federal, state, and local laws that cover family caregivers in various circumstances to analysis of FRD issues arising with particular types of workers, this treatise is a useful comprehensive resource. It provides a clear explanation of what FRD is, how and why it arises, the laws that are encompassed within this term, how claims are brought and defended, and how it can be prevented in the workplace. Written by the lawyers who pioneered the research behind FRD, this book is an invaluable compendium of FRD information that every employment lawyer needs.
The only treatise published exclusively on FRD, Family Responsibilities Discrimination covers topics such as:
Beyond in-depth analysis of FRD, this extensive treatise also contains a bibliography of social science studies and practice checklists.
The new 2016 Supplement will update the work with highlights including: in-depth discussions of how the Supreme Court’s decision in Young v. UPS affects not only light duty claims but also Title VII cases; complete coverage of pregnancy accommodation laws and cases; an overview of the newest state and local laws covering family responsibilities discrimination, paid sick days, and parental leave; a new section detailing breastfeeding laws; an expanded section about employees who provide care for elders; updated case law regarding caregiving and the FMLA, ADA, Title VII, wrongful termination, breach of contract, and more.
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