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.

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2017 Reports

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When Rules Are Made to Be Broken: The Case of Sexual Harassment Law, David S. Sherwyn, Nicholas F. Menillo, and Zev J. Eigen

2016 Reports

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Experimental Evidence that Retaliation Claims Are Unlike Other Employment Discrimination Claims, David S. Sherwyn and Zev J. Eigen

Submissions from 2015

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Have Minimum Wage Increases Hurt the Restaurant Industry? The Evidence Says No!, Michael Lynn and Christopher Boone

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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

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Arbitration: A Positive Employment Tool and Potential Antidote to Class Actions, Gregg A. Gilman and David Sherwyn J.D.

Submissions from 2013

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Using the Ethical Principles of Union Organizing to Avoid Card-Check Neutrality and Corporate Campaigns, Zev J. Eigen and David Sherwyn J.D.

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The National Labor Relations Act Is Not Just for Unionized Employers Anymore, Adam Klauser J.D., Paul Salvatore, and David Sherwyn J.D.