STETSON LAW REVIEW - 22-1 Fall; (1992)

Volume 22 - Issue 1
Labor and Employment Law Symposium, Fall 1992

Title (click to download PDF)Author(s)Page
Symposium Overview - 1992 Critical Issues in Labor and Employment Law W. Gary Vause
The Employment Relationship Under Siege: A Look at Recent Developments and Suggestions for Change William B. Gould IV
Government Regulation of Religion Through Labor and Employment Discrimination Laws David L. Gregory
The Civil Rights Act of 1991 - One Step Forward on a Long Road Honorable Theodore McMillan
Arbitration in the Post-Cold-War Era – Justice Kennedy's View of Postexpiration Arbitrability in Litton Financial Printing Division v. NLRB Gary Minda
Recent Developments at the National Labor Relations Board Clifford R. Oviatt, Jr.
The "Arbitrary" Standard: The Duty of Fair Representation in Collective-Bargaining Negotiations L.B. Hunt
The "Arbitrary" Standard: The Duty of Fair Representation in Collective-Bargaining Negotiations Robert A. Sugerman
The Jurisdiction of the United States Court of International Trade: A Dilemma for Potential Litigants Honorable Gregory W. Carman
From Insider Trading to Unfair Trading: Chestman II and Rule 14e-3 William J. Cook
The Judiciary Begins to Erect Another Dam Against Citizen Suits Under the Clean Water Act Mark S. Fisch
Florida Rejects a Tarasoff Duty to Protect Andrew Clifford Greenberg
Disclosural Privacy in Florida - Drawing the Line After Doe v. State Bridget Mast
The Guilty Bystander: Leet v. State Tracy Raffles
The Federal Income Tax Dependency Exemptions: Should Florida Courts Have the Ability to Allocate the Exemption to a Noncustodial Parent? Matthew J. Schirmer