The CIHLER *From the Institute Reports* series presents in-depth analyses and conceptual approaches to labor and employment issues that affect the hospitality industry. Papers in this series are contributed by a wide range of industry and academic experts, who share their first hand observations and legal analysis.
When Rules Are Made to Be Broken: The Case of Sexual Harassment Law, David S. Sherwyn, Nicholas F. Menillo, and Zev J. Eigen
Experimental Evidence that Retaliation Claims Are Unlike Other Employment Discrimination Claims, David S. Sherwyn and Zev J. Eigen
Submissions from 2015
Have Minimum Wage Increases Hurt the Restaurant Industry? The Evidence Says No!, Michael Lynn and Christopher Boone
The United States Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Employees in the Young and Abercrombie Cases: What Do They Really Hold?, David S. Sherwyn and David B. Ritter
Submissions from 2014
Arbitration: A Positive Employment Tool and Potential Antidote to Class Actions, Gregg A. Gilman and David Sherwyn J.D.
Submissions from 2013
Using the Ethical Principles of Union Organizing to Avoid Card-Check Neutrality and Corporate Campaigns, Zev J. Eigen and David Sherwyn J.D.
The National Labor Relations Act Is Not Just for Unionized Employers Anymore, Adam Klauser J.D., Paul Salvatore, and David Sherwyn J.D.