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Labor and Employment Law
Copyright 2016, Matthew Bender & Company, Inc., a member of the LexisNexis Group.

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Checklists, Forms, Opinion Letters and Regulations


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.

Chapter Summary


This chapter, Checklists, Forms, Opinion Letters and Regulations, provides checklists for employees, checklists for employers, and frequently asked questions and answers on FMLA. Questions and answers considered include matters such as how to determine how much leave an employee is entitled to, how the 12-month period is calculated under the FMLA, whether workers' compensation leave counts against an employee's FMLA leave, whether the 12 months of service of an employee have to be continuous or consecutive, whether or not an employee will lose their job if they take FMLA leave, and other similar fundamental questions. It also includes FMLA forms, wage and hour opinion letters, and FMLA regulations.

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.


Family and Medical Leave Act,FMLA,FMLA regulations,wage and hour opinion letters


See Chapter 174 for discussion of litigation under the FLSA. See Chapter 176 for an overview of wage and hour regulation. See Chapter 180 for coverage of recordkeeping requirements, administration and enforcement provisions of the FLSA. See Chapter 181 for coverage of wage and hour standards for federal contractors. See Chapter 183 for coverage of the wage and hour opinion letters.


See Wages & Hours: Law and Practice (Matthew Bender) for coverage of all aspects of federal and state laws governing minimum wage, overtime, and child labor standards, with focused discussion on the federal wage-hour statutory scheme, including laws regulating work under government procurement contracts and federally assisted projects.

See Employee Rights Litigation: Pleading and Practice (Matthew Bender) for coverage of the basic legal standards governing the statutory and common law claims that can be raised on behalf of employees.

See Wilcox, California Employment Law (Matthew Bender) for comprehensive treatment of California law governing employer-employee relations in the private sector, as well as practice tips from experienced employment law practitioners, factual illustrations, sample employment documents and litigation forms.

See New York Employment Law, Second Edition (Matthew Bender) for analysis of the entire range of private sector employment law in New York, along with a compilation of important statutory provisions and other texts to facilitate research.

See Employment in Texas: Guide to Employment Law, Regulations and Practices (Matthew Bender) for concise, readable guidance on managing employees.
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