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Labor and Employment Law
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.
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N. Peter Lareau;Lex K. Larson;Jonathan R. Mook;David L. Bacon;David W. Tucker;Darrell R. VanDeusen;Jeffrey L. Hirsch;Tim Bornstein;Ann Gosline;and Marc Greenbaum.
Specifically, the chapter introduces Section 1983. It also addresses the general noncoverage by Section 1983 of federal employment. The chapter next discusses Section 1983 and municipalities, states, and political subdivisions. It then addresses individual government officials, and state action and the "color of law" requirement. The chapter further covers enforcement of Constitutional claims, interplay with Title VII, and interplay with other statutory law. The chapter concludes with discussion of issues of proof in Section 1983 cases.
Labor and Employment Law is a complete guide to labor and employment law, both federal and state. Expert authors provide concise, authoritative analysis on all established and emerging issues in labor and employment law. This comprehensive treatise also offers practice tips, checklists, and model forms for use in ERISA, FMLA, and OSHA disputes.
Civil Rights Act of 1871,Section 1983,Section 1983 of Civil Rights Act of 1871,color of law requirement,Title VII,persons acting under color of state law,color of state law
RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
See Chapter 73 for discussion of Section 1983 in the context of sexual harassment. See Chapter 104 for an introduction to the Reconstruction statutes including Section 1981. See Chapter 105 for discussion of Section 1981 and See Chapter 107 for consideration of Section 1985. See Chapter 113 for discussion of equal pay under Title VII and other federal laws, including Section 1983. See Chapter 174 for litigation under the Family and Medical Leave act and claims under Section 1983.
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