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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.
The chapter begins with a summary of Title VII remedies, and discusses the basis for the availability of injunctive relief. The chapter also discusses preliminary matters including identifying the prerequisites to a preliminary injunction, and explains the scope of a preliminary injunction. The chapter then sets forth the prerequisites to a permanent injunction, discusses the scope and uses of a permanent injunction, modification of a permanent injunction, as well as enforcement of a permanent injunction.
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.
Title VII remedies,Title VII injunctive relief,remedies for violations of Title VII,permanent injunctions under Title VII,preliminary injunctions under Title VII
RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
See Chapter 51 for an introduction to Title VII. See Chapter 90 for discussion of exhaustion or election of remedies and challenging awards on judicial review. See Chapter 14 for coverage of changes in an employing entity and injunctions to enforce successor and assigns clauses. See Chapter 24 for discussion of injunctions in the context of jurisdictional disputes and featherbedding. See Chapter 41 for discussion of injunctions in the context of judicial enforcement of collective bargaining agreements under Section 301. See Chapter 95 for discussion of judicial review and grant, denial, or modification of an injunction. See Chapter 109 for coverage of reconstruction statutes and preliminary and permanent injunctions.
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