Florida Bar Journal Publications

The following articles were published in The Florida Bar Journal on behalf of the Labor and Employment Law Section.

Legal Challenges to Arbitration Awards: Part II Author: Donald J. Spero
Date Published: 05/02/2019


Legal Challenges to Arbitration Awards: Part I Author: Donald J. Spero
Date Published: 03/02/2019


Are Arbitration Agreements Necessary for Class-Action Waivers To Be Enforceable? Author: Jacqueline Prats
Date Published: 11/09/2018


Adverse Employment Actions Based on Associational Disability Discrimination Author: Alicia H. Koepke
Date Published: 09/08/2018


Mistakes Were Made: How Small Businesses Commonly Get Into Trouble with the Fair Labor Standards Act Author: Hunter Chamberlain
Date Published: 05/01/2018


Focusing the Lens of Justice: The Implementation of Police Body Cameras Is a Management Right, Not a Mandatory Subject of Collective Bargaining Author: Stephen Meck
Date Published: 04/01/2018


Florida’s Noncompete Statute: “Reasonable” or “Truly Obnoxious?” Author: Hank Jackson
Date Published: 03/01/2018


Healers Barred from Healing: Physician Noncompete Agreements Author: Amy Ronner
Date Published: 02/01/2018


LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace: What Will the Future Hold? Author: Kelly M. Pena
Date Published: 01/01/2018


Medical Marijuana’s Effect on Employment Law: The Smoke is Clearing Author: Greg Hearing and Matthew Bowles
Date Published: 12/01/2017


Enforcement of FDUTPA by Competitors: Did the Florida Legislature Create a Right Without A Remedy? Author: Tracey K. Jaensch and Viktoryia Johnson
Date Published: 09/01/2017


Police Body Cameras Part II: Will Body Cameras Improve Policing in Florida? Author: Gary E. Lippman
Date Published: 07/01/2017


Emerging Protections for Nursing Mothers in the Workplace Author: Travis R. Hollifield
Date Published: 05/01/2017


Medical Marijuana’s Effect on Employment Law: The Highs, the Lows, and the Unanswered Questions Author: Gregory A. Hearing and Michael A. Balducci
Date Published: 03/01/2017


Will Police Body Cameras be a Mandatory Subject of Bargaining in Florida? Author: Gary E. Lippman
Date Published: 12/01/2016


Websites and Mobile Applications: Do They Comply with Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act? Author: Benjamin S. Briggs and Cynthia Sass
Date Published: 08/26/2016


Let’s Get Objective About Objectionable Objections Author: J. Evan Gibbs III
Date Published: 07/01/2016


Healthcare and Social Service Settings in OSHA’s Crosshairs Author: Sharon A. Wey
Date Published: 05/01/2016


“Gating” Through Wellness Programs Under Proposed EEOC Regulation Author: Lowell J. Walters and Dennis J. Szafran
Date Published: 04/01/2016


Shane T. Muñoz and David M. Kalteux Author: Shane T. Muñoz and David M. Kalteux
Date Published: 03/01/2016


Discovery in ERISA Cases? How Florida Federal Courts Are Changing the ERISA Landscape One Case at a Time Author: Emilia A. Quesada
Date Published: 02/01/2016


The Times Are Still a Changin’: Technology’s Continued Impact on Labor and Employment Law Author: Gregory A. Hearing and Jeffery L. Patenaude
Date Published: 01/01/2016


Public Whistle-Blower’s Act: The Fourth District Court of Appeal Continues to Follow Trend in Expanding Scope of Retaliation Claims Author: Lindsey L. Dunn
Date Published: 12/01/2015


Supreme Court “Delivers” New Life to Pregnancy Discrimination Claims in Young v. United Parcel Service, Inc. Author: Nicole Bermel Dunlap
Date Published: 11/02/2015


Private Sector Florida Whistleblower Act Opposition Claims: Is An Actual Violation Required To Be Engaged in Statutorily Protected Activity? Author: Carlo D. Marichal
Date Published: 09/01/2015


Practicing to Deceive: Using the Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel to Untangle the Web in Employment Cases, Part II Author: Sacha Dyson
Date Published: 07/01/2015


Practicing to Deceive: Using the Doctrine of Judicial Estoppel to Untangle the Web in Employment Cases, Part I Author: Sacha Dyson
Date Published: 06/01/2015



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