This important theme was the focus of New York University's 54th Annual Conference on Labor and Employment Law. This highly significant book reprints the papers presented at the 54th Conference, with several additional papers. In its pages more than 40 noted labor and employment experts from a diverse range of countries and disciplines offer penetrating analyses of developments and trends in such areas as the following:
- Regulation of immigrant labor;
- legal issues facing undocumented workers;
- labor markets in border regions;
- guest worker programs;
- extraterritorial applications of U.S. law;
- employee rights under EU law;
- exploitation of differences in tax and pension laws across jurisdictions;
- the role of antidiscrimination law;
- harmonizing alternative dispute resolution processes worldwide;
- termination policies;
- data ownership;
- linguistic diversity;
- international labor standards and institutions; and,
- transnational cooperation among labor unions.
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