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Workplace inequality topic of Stetson Law Review symposium

Questioning how labor and employment laws can address growing workplace inequality was the topic of the Stetson Law Review symposium on March 6 at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport, Florida. Wilma Liebman, former NLRB chair, provided the keynote. The program included keynote speaker Wilma Liebman, former chair of the National Labor Relations Board; featured speaker Timothy Noah, the labor and employment editor for… » Read more
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10 News – March 13, 2014 – Professor Jason Bent

Professor Jason Bent spoke with 10 News about President Obama’s changes to overtime for employees.… » Read more
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Tampa Tribune/TBO – May 24, 2012 – Professor Jason Bent

Professor Jason Bent is quoted in the Tampa Tribune/TBO story, “Firing could cost taxpayers.”… » Read more
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